OTA: Providing patients with surgeon information increases patient satisfaction
A Prospective Randomized Double-Blind Control Trial Assessing Patient Satisfaction in an Orthopaedic Trauma Population
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81 patients requiring surgery who were admitted to the orthopaedic trauma service at a single high-volume Level I trauma center were randomized to an intervention group or to a control group. The intervention group received a biosketch card about their surgeon, whereas the control group received nothing. At follow up, a greater proportion of patients in the intervention group reported that they ha...
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