The Short Assessment of Patient Satisfaction (SAPS) is a short, reliable and valid seven item scale that can be used to assess patient satisfaction with their treatment. As a reference, in a study (Sansoni et al., 2011) the average score for all patients receiving incontinence treatment (N=139) was 21.96 (SD 4.85); for females it was 21.75 and for males it was 23.0.
- One Doc: The patient has only seen one doc about this condition
- Most Neg: Most negative experience with a medical professional related to this condition (patient has seen multiple)
- Most Pos: Most positive experience with a medical professional related to this condition (patient has seen multiple)
Overall Score across all Drugs:
These numbers put shame on all involved doctors. They clearly show that doctors are pretty much useless at helping us out of the mess they got us into. What is even worse, in many cases the involved healthcare professionals won’t even acknowledge the reality of this syndrome. Further thoughts on this failure: