Associations between diagnostic activity and measures of patient experience in primary care: A cross-sectional ecological study of English general practices

Georgios Lyratzopoulos, Silvia Martins Mendonca, C Gildea, S McPhail, Peake, MD, G Rubin, H Singh, W Hamilton, Fiona Walter, Martin Roland & GA Abel
Background: Lower use of endoscopies and urgent referrals for suspected cancer has been linked to poorer outcomes for cancer patients; it is important to examine potential predictors of variable use. Aim: To examine associations between general practice measures of patient experience and practice use of endoscopies or urgent referrals for suspected cancer. Design and Setting: Cross-sectional ecological analysis; English general practices Method: We used data from the General Practice Patient Survey and the Cancer Services...

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