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Incorporating Perceived Importance of Service Elements Into Client Satisfaction Measures

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posted on 2013-11-22, 00:00 authored by Chang-ming Hsieh
Objective: The purpose of this study was to assess the need for incorporating perceived importance of service elements into client satisfaction measures. Method: A secondary analysis of client satisfaction data from 112 clients of an elderly case management setting was conducted. Results: This study found that the relationship between global client satisfaction and the composite of satisfaction with service elements differed significantly, depending on perceived importance of service elements. Conclusions: These results call into question the practice of simply adding or averaging scores from satisfaction items to produce global satisfaction scores without considering perceived importance of the service elements.

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This is a copy of an article published in the Research on Social Work Practice © 2012 SAGE Publications

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  • en_US

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1049-7315

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2012-01-01

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