- Background and Context
- Scope and Objectives of the FHT Evaluation
- Organization of Final Report
- Final Report Research Questions
- Conceptual Framework
- Study Design
- Analytical Approach for Final Report Research Questions
Chapter 3—Representativeness and Study Respondent Characteristics
- Key Characteristics of FHTs and Their Comparators
- What are the Components and Attributes of the Six Evaluation Domains?
- Has Patient Experience Changed Over Time in FHTs (2009–10 to 2012)?
- Has Patient Experience in CHCs and FHGs Changed Over Time? Have Some Models Improved More Than Others?
- Does Patient Experience Differ in FHTs, CHCs, and FHGs at Follow Up (2012)?
- Have FHT Structural and Organizational Characteristics Changed Over Time 2009 to 2012)?
- What Structural and Organizational Characteristics Are Most Associated With Higher Patient Experience Scores at Follow Up? What Structural and Organizational Characteristics Are Associated With the Best- and Lowest-Performing FHTs?
- Taking Into Account the Performance of FHTs at Baseline, What Structural and Organizational Characteristics Are Associated With the Most Substantial Improvement, Substantial Deterioration, or Lack of Change (Maintenance of High or Continued Low Performance) in Patient Experience From Baseline to Follow Up?
Appendix A—Evaluation Framework
Appendix B—Evaluation Methodology
- Mixed-Methods Design
- Evaluation Domains
- Survey Design and Implementation
- Qualitative Methods Design and Interviews
- Data Preparation
- Data Analysis Methodology
Appendix C—Patient Domain Components, Scales, and Scores, 2012
Appendix D—Overall and Domain Patient Experience Scores for FHTs, CHCs, and FHGs, 2009–10 and 2012
Appendix E—Comparative Patient Experience Scores for FHTs, CHCs, and FHGs, 2012
Appendix F—FHT Structural and Organizational Characteristics, 2009 and 2012
Appendix G—Structural and Organizational Characteristics Most Associated With Patient Experience at Follow Up
- FHT Structural and Organizational Characteristics That Most Differentiate FHTs in the Top Third from FHTs in the Bottom Third Based on Patient Experience in 2012
Appendix H—Structural and Organizational Characteristics Associated With Consistent Patient Experiences and Changes in Patient Experience Over Time
- FHT Structural and Organizational Characteristics That Most Differentiate Patient Experience Over Time in Quantitative Analyses
- FHT Structural and Organizational Characteristics Associated With Greater Improvements in Patient Experience Over Time in Quantitative Analyses