We've updated our Cancer Patient Experience Survey Results Portal with data from our 2019 survey. Our tool allows you to toggle between 2015 and 2019 data to explore and compare the results.
In our Cancer Patient Experience Survey, we asked over 1,200 cancer patients diagnosed within the past five years about their priorities and preferences for care.
The survey covered a range of questions including: the features cancer patients’ value most/least in a cancer program; the services they value the most/least in a cancer program; top support services; top survivorship services; and, their preferred level of control in decision-making.
To get a clear picture of how cancer patients value both features and services offered by the cancer program, we asked two MaxDiff questions:
Unlike many other surveys, which allow respondents to rate all items as “important,” MaxDiff analysis asks patients to make trade-offs among different factors. Patients reply to each question multiple times and each time they are shown a different set of factors—resulting in a ranked list of utility scores that represents the relative value of each factor.
Our interactive survey results portal enables you to slice and dice the data by multiple factors, such as tumor type and age, to analyze the priorities of unique patient sub-populations.
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