Only a Slim Majority (55%) ‘Agrees’ That Health Care Services in Their Community Are Patient-Centred

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Thursday, June 18, 2009

Toronto, ON — Reflecting on whether or not the health care services in their community are patient-centred, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of the Canadian Medical Association, only a slim majority (55%) ‘agrees’ (16% strongly/39% somewhat) they are. In fact, with only 16% strongly agreeing that the care...

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Only a Slim Majority (55%) ‘Agrees’ That Health Care Services in Their Community Are Patient-Centred

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