The reasons behind the (non)use of feedback reports for quality improvement in physical therapy: a mixed-method study
Date of Archiving2016
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Key wordsQualiphy; physical therapy; primary care; quality indicators; evaluation; Kwaliteitsindicatoren Fysiotherapie (KWALIEFY); The Netherlands
Mixed methods study into the reasons physical therapists use feedback reports on the quality of care measured by quality indicators. This dataset constitutes data of three evaluation surveys, held in 2009, 2010 and 2011. Participating physical therapists in the project Qualiphy (Kwaliefy), that was meant to measure the quality of physical therapy in primary care in the Netherlands through quality indicators, were asked to evaluate the project, for example with respect to feasibility, usability of the results/feedback reports and assistance during the project. The objective of the evaluation survey was to examine whether (parts of ) the project needed to be improved and to assess whether the feedback reports were being used by participating physical therapists to improve the quality of care. This dataset does not include the raw data of the Qualiphy project, please contact the rights holder for further information.