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Table 4 Relationships of the eight patient-centered care dimensions and co-creation of care with satisfaction and social and physical well-being (n = 216)

From: The importance of patient-centered care and co-creation of care for satisfaction with care and physical and social well-being of patients with multi-morbidity in the primary care setting

PCC dimension or co-creation of care Satisfaction with care Social well-being Physical well-being
r p r p r p
Patients’ preferences 0.446 < 0.001 0.324 < 0.001 0.333 < 0.001
Physical comfort 0.371 < 0.001 0.367 < 0.001 0.325 < 0.001
Coordination of care 0.475 < 0.001 0.363 < 0.001 0.294 < 0.001
Emotional support 0.309 < 0.001 0.307 < 0.001 0.183 0.011
Access to care 0.454 < 0.001 0.324 < 0.001 0.333 < 0.001
Continuity and transition 0.442 < 0.001 0.335 < 0.001 0.203 0.010
Information and education 0.416 < 0.001 0.398 < 0.001 0.280 < 0.001
Family and friends 0.308 < 0.001 0.332 < 0.001 0.202 0.013
Overall PCC 0.501 < 0.001 0.446 < 0.001 0.329 < 0.001
Co-creation of care 0.389 < 0.001 0.334 < 0.001 0.217 < 0.001
  1. Note: Based on imputed data. PCC, patient-centered care