TABLE 3

Family Outcomes of Study Sample, by FCR Team Assignment

Full SamplePropensity Score–Matched Sample
Non-FCR (n = 48)FCR (n = 49)PaNon-FCR (n = 21)FCR (n = 21)P
Parent had option to discuss care plan with team, n (%)27 (55.1)49 (100)<.00113 (61.9)21 (100)<.01
Care team usually/always met at bedside (1–4)2.83.4<.012.83.3<.05
Parent participated in bedside meeting (1–4)3.43.8<.013.43.8<.05
Consistent medical information (1–4)3.64.0<.0013.74.0<.001
Clear language used (1–4)3.53.3.103.63.4.37
Doctors listened carefully (1–4)3.84.0<.013.94.0.15
Doctors explained things in a way easy to understand (1–4)3.63.7.193.63.8.10
Doctors showed respect (1–4)3.74.0<.013.94.0.08
Doctors spent enough time with child (1–4)3.63.4.223.83.3<.05
Doctors made me feel like partner (1–4)3.73.7.933.83.7.55
Understand discharge plan (1–10)9.59.6.439.69.4.85
Had unanswered questions, n10.7100
Filled new prescription, took as prescribed (n / n with new prescription)29 / 3030 / 32.7712 / 1214 / 14
Kept follow–up appointment, n41 (85.4%)43 (87.8%).773 (14.3%)2 (9.5%).63
Recalled a doctor’s name, n 7 (14.6%)13 (26.5%).323 (14.3%)6 (28.6%).30
Satisfied with care (1–10)9.19.9<.019.39.9<.001
  • All figures are means unless otherwise indicated. —, indicates no p value is available because compared data values are equal.

  • a Multivariate for full sample adjusted for parent age, child age, special health care needs status, and length of stay.