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CONSUMER PERCEPTION TOWARDS PRIVATELY

PRACTICING MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS

PROJECT WORK (BUS 498)

SUPERVISED BY:
Md. Farhan Faruqui
Asst. Professor
Department of Business Administration
East West University

Prepared By :
Suchita Roy choudhury (2012-1-10-153)
Department Of Business Administration

East West University


Letter of Transmittal

16 May, 2016

Mr. Farhan Faruqui

Assistant Professor

Department of Business administration

East West University

Subject: Submission of Project paper on “Consumer Perceptions towards


Privately Practicing Medical Practitioners”.

Sir,

I am going to submit you the project paper on the Consumers perception towards
privately practicing medical practitioners. While making the report I came across many
hurdles and pleasant experiences. But the valuable experiences I have gained during
the period will undoubtedly benefit me in the years ahead. This research gave me an
opportunity to apply my theoretical expertise regarding marketing research, consumer
behavior, and sharpen my views, ideas and bridge them with the practical experience,
which will definitely be a good head start for my future professional career.

I collected data form a sample size of 200 random people by facing lots of problems.
So, I would like to apologize for any kind of mistakes which may be found in this
research paper.

Sincerely yours,

Suchita Roy Choudhury

ID: 2012-1-10-153

Department Of Business Administration

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Acknowledgement:

After the Almighty, I am extremely grateful to Mr. Farhan Faruqui, my Project


supervisor- for his cordial co-operation and spending valuable time for this research
paper. My heartily gratitude for all of them too who didn’t reject a single help-request of
mine on this run so far. I am also thankful to those who have helped me by valuable
time and filling up the questionnaire. To prepare this research report, I am grateful to a
large sum of people who helped us with their insights, advice and suggestions that have
helped to improve my observation, communication & the findings; more precisely to
made it even more valuable and user friendly. Thanks to all of them who were related
with me in this run for their advice, time, and assistance.

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Abstract:

This report is intended towards figuring out the consumers’ perception towards
privately practicing medical practitioners in Bangladesh. I have surveyed a number of
people and tried different statistical tools to find out how different variables influence
consumers’ perception towards privately practicing medical practitioners. Private health
clinics have been a trending business in Bangladesh recently in different metropolitan
cities like Dhaka, Sylhet and Chittagong, Khulna etc. In this situation I think my report
will be helpful to identify the factors which influence consumers’ perception towards
privately practicing medical practitioners in Bangladesh and to know how it really works.

The interaction between patients and healthcare providers is critical as it influences


patients’ satisfaction. This encounter provides the patient with the opportunity to assess
and evaluate service quality and conversely it offers the provider an opportunity to
manage patients’ perceptions and service quality. This study was conducted to assess
patients’ satisfaction using SERVQUAL model as a main requirement of my project work.
The SERVQUAL instrument was adapted and modified to capture the relevant data. A
total of 187 responses were taken. Data were analysed using SPSS (version 17.0) for
descriptive statistics and patients’ satisfactions. The dimensions were Tangibility,
Reliability, Assurance, Empathy and Responsiveness on which basis the study was
conducted to assess the perception towards privately practicing medical practitioners.
In the study, Reliability, Responsive, Assurance and Empathy dimensions scored
positive which affirms patients’ impression about the service whereas Tangibility scored
negative.

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Table of Content

1.0 Background of the study 6


2.0 Problem Definition 7
3.0 Approach to the problem 8
4.0 Research question & Hypothesis 9
5.0 research design 10
6.0 Data collection 12
7.0 Data analysis and findings 12
7.1 Data reliability 12
7.2 Descriptive analysis 12
7.3 Correlation analysis 13
7.4 Crosstabs 14
7.5 Hypothesis testing 15
7.6 Regression analysis 17
8.0 Recommendation 18
9.0 Limitation and future research 18
10.0 Conclusion 19
11.0 Reference 20
12.0 Appendix 21
13.0 Questionnaire 30

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1.0 Background of the Study

Healthcare industry of Bangladesh is heavily decentralized and good quality health


service is only available to the high income group. If someone walks into a public
medical college, the picture will be evident. The services are very scarce and people
with even low income wants to avoid it, unless it is a emergency. General people tend
to visit their nearby doctor who is probably practicing out of a small medicine
dispensary. These private practicing doctors are the first line of service that the general
people avails. However, the quality of the practitioner and the level service one might
get, depends broadly on the location where the patient is, economic power, and the
experience of the individual practitioner.

A huge number of doctors graduating each year from several private and public
medical colleges. These newly graduated doctors joins medical colleges for further
studies and practicing. These young professionals gets appointed to different healthcare
institutions across the country. People’s perceptions towards these young doctors is an
important factor of this study.

The number of private healthcare institutions are increasing in Bangladesh. This


is mainly focused in Dhaka and to some extent in Chittagong and Sylhet. These are big
private hospitals where the patients get get outdoor doctor appointment and see an
specialist for their specific health problems. However, these private hospitals are often
targeting the high income group. The amount of money they cost (including the cost of
diagnosis) is too high of the low and medium income group. For a person who has a
very limited income, will possible do his/her best to avoid these private hospital in case
of medical needs. This in particular is not a very good sign, because people in big cities
tend to avoid doctors unless it is an emergency in order to avoid huge expenses.

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Another interesting point of this research is that, people are becoming more health
concerned day by day. This is mainly attributed to the digital media where people are
made aware of different health condition and the impact of lifestyle choices that they
make.

Patients want to avoid the risk of wrong treatment do often visit specialist in a
private hospital. This obviously cost a lot of money and only the economically solvent
people can afford to do this. The poor often doesn’t have a chose and bound to go to
the public hospitals. However, those who can afford, wants to avoid the risk of getting
badly treated and end up spending more money.

2.0 Literature Review

Healthcare is an important issue for Bangladesh. The healthcare system in this country
is very decentralized. People’s purchasing power is key factor in determining the quality
of healthcare service one will get when someone needs medical care. There are a
number of critical issues relating to healthcare services that highlight the need to assess
and measure patients’ satisfactions and improve them. Assessing and measuring
patient’s satisfaction and perceived service quality is an important issue for a healthcare
provider to understand what is cherished by patients, and to know where, when and
how service can be altered or possible improvement can be made as well as how the
scarce resources of the healthcare service would be distributed. As we know the private
medical sector is highly expensive, it targets only the peak of the iceberg as far as the
total population of Bangladesh goes. The services provided by the public sector
inadequate and can’t cater to the needs of this massive population from a quality
standpoint. The patients often don’t get attention from the healthcare practitioner. This

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is where private practicing medical practitioner comes into the picture. This research
tries to find out people’s perception towards private practicing medical practitioners
based on several factors such as; social, economic, demographic, gender and age
group.

According to the journalService Quality in Health Care Centres: An Empirical Study,


“Health care centers realize the importance of service quality as a measure to improve
their competitive position. Consumer’s perceptions about the health care services play
an important role when choosing a hospital”.

This literature review suggests a study for the existence of research gap in the
perception towards private practicing medical practitioners in Bangladesh. To fill the
research gap, a service quality perception study was undertaken where individuals
where asked to fill out questions regarding their perceptions towards their own health,
how often they visit a doctor, their economic standpoint and perception towards the
medical practitioner they visit in case of illness.

3.0 Problem Definition

3.1 Management Decision problem:

Should a new private health clinic be launched?

3.2 Marketing Research Problems

How do patient choose their preferred healthcare providers?

3.3 Specific Market Research Problem

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1. To identify the factors dominating patients decision towards selecting a private
Vs public healthcare practitioner.
2. To identify demographic affecting the preference towards private medical
practitioners.
3. Finding out the variance between the perceived quality of private and public
healthcare providers.

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4.0 Approach to the problem:
Graphical Model:
The proposed graphical model is given below:

Providing
preciselyscheduledser Reliability
Re
vice J1, Pg.20,21; J2, Pg.5
Waiting time of the service

Keeping accurate records

Dependable&sencere staffs
Satisfaction

Maintaining smooth flow of patients (Perception of


consumers
Receiving prompt service Responsiveness towards privately
and response upon request J1, Pg.20,21;J2, Pg.5 practicing medical
practitioners)
Prompt willingness to help

Trustworthy

Security
Assurance BEHAVIORAL
Courteous J1, Pg.20,21; J2, Pg.5 COMPONENT

Focused concentration

Convenient operating hours


Loyalty
Personal Attention Empathy (Consumer Preference)
J1, Pg.20,21;J2, Pg.5
Feeling the need

Patients’ best interest

Figure 1: Graphical Model

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5.0 Research Questions & Hypothesis:

RQ1: Does Reliability influence consumer perception towards privately practicing


medical practitioners?

H01: Reliability does not influence consumer perception.

Ha1: Reliability influences consumer perception.

RQ2: Does Responsiveness influence consumer perception towards privately practicing


medical practitioners?

H02: Responsiveness does not influence consumer perception.

Ha2: Responsiveness influences consumer perception.

RQ3: Does Assurance influence consumer perception towards privately practicing


medical practitioners?

H03: Assurance does not influence consumer perception.

Ha3Assurance influences consumer perception.

RQ4: Does Empathy influence consumer perception towards privately practicing


medical practitioners?

H04: Empathy does not influence consumer perception.

Ha4: Empathy influences consumer perception.

RQ5: Does Demographical profile of consumers influence consumer perception toward


privately practicing medical practitioners?

H05: Demographical profile does not influence consumer perception.

Ha5: Demographical profile influences consumer perception.

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RQ6: Does psychological profile of consumers influence consumer perception toward
privately practicing medical practitioners?

H06: Psychological profile does not influence consumer perception.

Ha6: Psychological profile influences consumer perception.

RQ7: Does Perception create consumer preference towards privately practicing medical
practitioners?

H07: Perception does not create consumer preference.

Ha7: Perception creates consumer preference.

RQ8: Does Preference create purchase decision towards privately practicing medical
practitioners?

H08: Consumer preference does not create purchase decision towards privately
practicing medical practitioners

Ha8: Consumer preference create purchase decision towards privately practicing


medical practitioners.

6.0 Research Design:

A research design is a framework or blueprint for conducting the marketing research


project.

Types of design:

The types of design that I will use in this research are:

• Exploratory research and

• Descriptive research design

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1. Exploratory research: In order to find the factors shaping the perception of
consumers towards private medical practitioners I will be using following methods.

Interview of industrial experts: In order to get a rough insight on the topic, it is always
a good idea to go for an interview with one or two industry experts. In my case I have
decided to talk to a very well known Cardiologist (Dr. Sajal Banerjie, Dean Of Cardiology
Department, BSMMU) who attends patients both at public and private medical
institutions. He has a very good knowledge on the patient’s perception towards both
these private and public medical service institiouns.

Secondary data anaysis: I followed three international journals where we got 5


major variables and those are Tangibility, Reliability, Responsiveness, Assurance, and
Empathy. The first one is, “Patients’ and personnel’s perceptions of service quality and
patient satisfaction in nuclear medicine”- by Stefanie De Man, Paul Gemmel, Peter
Vlerick, Peter Van Rijk, Rudi Dierckx. The second one is, “Patient perceptions of service
quality in group versus solo practice clinics” – by HERNG-CHING LIN, SUDHA
XIRASAGAR AND JAMES N. LADITKA. And the third one is, “Service Quality in Health
Care Centres: An Empirical Study” – by Dr. Sumathi Kumaraswamy.

Qualitative research:

For the Qualitative research I have sat with a bunch of people who have somewhat
experience of choosing their own physicians at some point of their life. And I have
observed their opinions and will try to get an insight about their perception about
private medical practitioners.

2. Descriptive Research:
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I will undertake a survey to quantify the factors influencing the perception of people
towards privately practicing medical practitioners. I will examine the profile of the target
audiences and will try to draw a conclusion on what factors shape the perception of
people towards private medical practitioners.

3. Data Obtain: A total of 200 respondents will be collected. A total of 200


questionnaires will be subsequently used for data analysis. Primary data needs to be
obtained through surveys using structured questionnaire & interviews. So I will collect
primary data from my 200 respondents, I will also talk with the industry specialist.
Secondary data is obtained from previous researches regarding effectiveness of using
websites as well as articles. I have collected secondary data from different research
papers mentioned above.

4. Sample area and size:

I will be taking about 200 respondents for my survey. In the survey questionnaire, I will
be using Likert Scale. Sampling technique is the choice of a subset of the people from
among a population to estimate characteristics of the entire population. I will be
choosing cluster sampling as the target market would be the people who have some
idea about the relevant topic.

5. Data Analysis Method:

Data will be analyzed by using SPSS 20. SPSS is a computer program for estimating the
unknown coefficients within a system of structural equations. Multiple Regressions will
be used as a statistical test to determine the degree of relationship between the
variables involved in this study.

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6.0 Data Collection:

A total of 200 were collected via questionnaire surveys. The removal of outliners and
records with missing values left 187 responses. A total of 187 questionnaires were
subsequently use for data analysis. So the response rate was 93.5%.

7.0 Data Analysis and findings

In this section we are going to demonstrate the data analysis and major findings of our
research.

7.1 Data Reliability:

The data were first tested using Cronbach’s alpha to assess reliability. Conceptually,
reliability is defined as the degree to which measures are free from error and therefore
yield consistent results (Cronbach 1951; Peter 1979). The overall Cronbach’s alphas of
all variables are .917 which is more than suitable than the suggested value of .70.
Results of the reliability test show that the data collected from the survey are reliable
and suitable for further analysis (Appendix A). In this certain research to measure the
dependent and independent variable we have used 21 items. These 21 items are
developed for measuring independent variable. The Cronbach’s Alpha for variables
such as Tangibility, Reliability, Responsiveness, Assurance and Empathy are 0.637,
0.701 and 0.800, .838 and .832 respectively. That means all the variables are more
than suitable for further analysis as they are above the suggested value of .70
Cronbach’s alphas except for the Tangibility variable as it is below the suggested value
which is .637 and should be eliminated from the graphical model and further analysis.

Reliability Statistics

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Cronbach's
Alpha N of Items

.917 21

7.2 Descriptive Analysis

187 respondents were surveyed out of them 143 were male and 44 were female.
(Appendix – B (Table-5)). Maximum 84% of the respondents belong to the age group
of 21-30 years and the rest 12.3%, 3.7% respectively belong to the age group of 31-40
and below 20. (Appendix – B (Table 4)). 47.6% and 34.8% respondents’ are graduate
and undergraduate respectively whereas only 16.6% respondents’ are
postgraduate/masters/mba (Appendix – B (Table7)). Major parts of the respondents are
students but respondents who are private employee and government employee are also
accounted as 33.3% and 12.3% respectively. Only 8.6% of them are doing business.
(Appendix – B (table 8)). Average monthly income of 23.0% respondents ranges from
Tk <30000, 21.9% of them have an average income ranging between 50000-70000,
15.5% respondents having an average monthly income of 1.00.000+, only 10.22%
them are having an income of 70000-100000. (Appendix – B (Table 9)). Majority of the
respondents (87.7%) were unmarried, 11.8% of them were married and only .5% were
separated. (Appendix – B (Table 5)).

7.3 Correlation Analysis:

1. The correlation between Reliability, Responsiveness, Assurance and Empathy is


weakly related because the correlation is below 0.4.

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2. The correlation between Reliability with Responsiveness, Assurance and Empathy
is also weakly related because the correlation is .000.

3. The correlation between Responsiveness with Reliability, Assurance and Empathy


is weakly related because all the values are .000

4. The correlation between Assurance with Reliability, Responsiveness and Empathy


is again weakly related because the value is.000.

5. The correlation between Empathy with Reliability, Responsiveness, Assurance is


once again weakly related because all the correlation values are .000

So, it can be concluded that all the variables are weakly correlated.

7.4 Crosstabs:

Age * Do you visit private medical practitioner Crosstabulation:

From the cross Tabulation in Appendix G we find that, Most of the people (65.1%) from
the age group 21-30 visits the private practitioners the most. From our survey we have
found 146 people from the 187 respondents said that they visits private doctors and
122 of them belong to the age group of 21-30 among them.

Average monthly income * Do you visit private medical practitioner


Crosstabulation:

From the cross Tabulation in Appendix G we find that, Most of the people who visits the
private medical practitioners have average monthly income of BDT, 30000-50000. 23%
of the group having a average monthly income 30000-50000 BDT regularly visit Private
doctors.

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Marital Status * Would you prefer private medical practitioner for medical
purposes Crosstabulation:

From the cross Tabulation in Appendix G we find that, almost 69% of unmarried people
will prefer private medical practitioners over private medical practitioners. Only 19% of
the unmarried people will chose public medical doctors over private.

7.5 Hypothesis:

I am taking hypothesis accepted if p value is below 0.05. If the p-value is going up from
0.05 I am taking that as negative on rejected.

P-value>0.05= Rejected

P-value<0.05= Accepted

Hypothesis: 1

Ha1: Reliability influences consumer perception

Accepted. P-Value is (.000). This is shown in the appendix D.

Hypothesis: 2

Ha2: Responsiveness influences consumer perception.

Accepted. P-Value is (.000). This is shown in the appendix D.

Hypothesis: 3

Ha3: Assurance influences consumer perception.

Accepted. P-Value is (.000). This is shown in the appendix D.

Hypothesis: 4
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Ha4: Empathy influences consumer perception.

Accepted. P-Value is (.000). This is shown in the appendix D.

Hypothesis: 9

Ha9: Consumer preference creates buying decision.

Accepted. P-value is (.000). This is shown in the appendix D.

ONE SAMPLE T-TEST

According to one sample T test the t value is 39.734 (Appendix E). The
significance of P here is .000 which is smaller than 0.05. So it can be concluded that
most of the people prefer privately practicing medical Practitioners.

According to one sample T test the t value is 32.664 (Appendix E). The
significance of P here is .000 as well which is smaller than 0.05. So most of the
respondents recommend others to go for privately practicing medical practitioners.

INDEPENDENT SAMPLE T-TEST

The significance here is .230 (Appendix E) is not less than .05. So there are a difference
between the frequency of purchase between males and females.

PAIRED TEST

There is a weak correlation between Reliability and preference (.039). Similarly weak
correlation between Responsiveness, and Empathy with Preference (.040, .051). But
Assurance and preference has weak negative correlation (-.042).

7.6 Regression:

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Within the scope of the research examined, a regression analysis has been carried out
in order to determine the factors affecting preference towards privately practicing
medical practitioners in Bangladesh. A linier regression analysis has been carried out by
identifying positive preference of consumer that communicates more successfully to
consumer’s buying decision. (Appendix D)

Regression Equation: Y= α+ βx

Here, Y = Dependent Variable (preference), α = Intercept, β = coefficient of


independent variable, x = Independent variable (factors influencing preference towards
privately practicing medical practitioners)

Model summary:

The value of R square (.026) and R (.161) predicting a strong relationship between the
set of independent variable and the dependent variable with the standard error of 56.25
percent. Adjusted R square is 0.005 which is close to R square.

That means the purchase intention of privately practicing medical practitioners meal is
26.0% which influenced by reliability, responsiveness, assurance and empathy. The rest
74% is influenced by some other factors that we have not considered in our research.

Model Summary

Adjusted R Std. Error of the


Model R R Square Square Estimate

1 .161a .026 .005 .5625

ANOVA Test:

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The F value of the test for the data is 1.214. The P-value associated with this F value is
very small i.e. 0.306 which is not less than alpha value 0.05.

This shows there is less significant impact of independent variables on the dependent
variable and the model applied is not adequate enough in predicting dependent
variable.

COEFFICIENTS:

• If Reliability, Responsiveness and Empathy increases by 1 unit (100%) the


preference of private medical practitioners increases up to .060 unit (06.0%), .098 unit
(9.8%) and .157 unit (15.7%) respectively (Appendix F).

• If the variables such as Assurance is increased by 1 unit (100%) then preference


decreases by 0.277 unit (27.7%) respectively (Table 2, Appendix F).

COLLINEARITY STATISTICS

VIF or variance inflation factor is the measure by which the influence of independent
variables on one another can be measured. The VIF values are considered to be
tolerable if they are below 10. And the VIF values of the independent variables are in
tolerable level (Appendix F).

8.0 Recommendation:

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This study has produced great understanding of the variables that appear to be most
responsible in determining some factors that are mostly affect the perception towards
privately practicing medical practitioners. From a practical stand point, results of the
study could provide marketers with broader insight concerning the potential benefits
and risks associated with using perceived qualities.

Here we are recommending some strategy depending on the result of the study.

• I have found that Reliability is one of the most important factors since it’s
associated with many things directly as mentioned in the study and indirectly with
loyalty and other buying factors in this regard.

• Although Tangibility doesn’t seem to have much influence but I was told by the
industry expert that it is of equal importance.

• Assurance has to be very much appreciated because customer go to private


medical doctors to be double assured and avoid the risk of wrong treatment.

9.0 Limitations and future research:

The present study may also have the traditional limitations associated with survey
research such as selection error, measurement error, non- response error.

Secondly, another limitation was not being able to produce a questionnaire where all
the variables could be strongly or moderately correlated with each other. In my report
the variables were mostly weakly correlated which doesn’t produce much of a
substantial report.

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Thirdly, the graphical model firstly had Tangibility as a major variable in it but later on
with the survey results, I have found that Tangibility is not a reliable factor to be
considered.

Fourthly, I din’t get much of any interesting issue in the cross tab calculation which din’t
allow me to have particularly specific or important factor to dig into.

Since this study was limited to 200 respondents and respondents were mostly from
Dhaka city, findings can only be used as a guide for further research into this area. The
purpose of the next stage in the research is to extend it to large sample.

10.0 Conclusion:

This study aims to specify the factors affecting consumers’ perception towards privately
practicing medical practitioners in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is moving forward with its
economic growth day by day. In this situation people are becoming capable of affording
private doctors for medical purpose. The demand seems to be high when most of the
people answer optimistically about privately practicing medical practitioners. Since, the
affordability is increasing- if the private medical service providers improve their overall
services, it will influence people positively in a very short time. We have been seen that
people are already having almost a good perception towards the private medical clinics
and their services. We hope that the marketers will realize the importance of overall
service improvements that will ensure the purchase intention of the people and be
successful in promoting the ultimate private medical service providers in the country.

11.0 References:

 (Patients’ and personnel’s perceptions of service quality and patient satisfaction


in nuclear medicine)- By Stefanie De Man, Paul Gemmel, Peter Vlerick, Peter Van
Rijk, Rudi Dierck)-- FACULTEIT ECONOMIEEN BEDRIJFSKUNDE,
HOVENIERSBERG 24-B-9000 GENT

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 (Patient perceptions of service quality in group versus solo practice clinics)- By
HERNG-CHING LIN, SUDHA XIRASAGAR AND JAMES N. LADITKA- International
Journal for Quality in Health Care 2004; Volume 16, Number 6: pp. 437–445
 (Service Quality in Health Care Centres: An Empirical Study) By Dr. Sumathi
Kumaraswamy- International Journal of Business and Social Science Vol. 3 No.
16 [Special Issue – August 2012]
 (Assessing Patient’s Satisfaction Using SERVQUAL Model: A Case of Sunyani
Regional Hospital, Ghana)- By Augustine Awuah Peprah, Bede Akorige Atarah-
International Journal of Business and Social Research (IJBSR), Volume -4, No.-2,
February, 2014

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12.0 Appendix:

12.1 Questionnaire

SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE
Dear respondent, I am a student of Department of Business administration of East West
University. We are conducting a research required for Project(BUS498) to identify
“Perception of consumers towards privately practicing medical practitioner”. Please spare
some time to answer the following questions. The information provided by you will be purely
used for research purpose and will be kept strictly confidential.

1. Age:
a) 15-21 b) 22-29 c) 30-40 d) 40-45 e)46+

1.1. Gender

a) Male b) Female

2. Marital status:
a) Unmarried b) Married c) Separated d) Widowed e) Others…………………….

3. Educational qualifications:
a) SSC b) HSC c) Undergraduate (Bachelors/Honors) d) Graduate (Masters)
e) Post graduate (Ph.D.)

4. Occupation:
a) Student b) Private service holder c) Public service holder d) Business
e) others (please specify):……………………………..

5. Monthly family income (in BDT) :


a) <30,000 b) 30,000-50,000 c)50,000-70,000 d)70,000-1,00,000 e)1,00,000+

6. What do you do in your leisure time?


a) Watch television b) Browseinternet c) Listen to radio
d)Read newspapers and magazines e) Hangout with friends f) Travel

7.How frequently do you think about your health a day?


a) Noteveryday b) 1-3 times c) 4-5 times d) More than 5 times

8.How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year?


a)Not every yearb) 1-3 times c) 4-5 times d) More than 5 times

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9. Do you visit private medical practitioner?
a) Yes b) No

10. If you visit private medical practitioner where would you go?
a) Private medical colleges and clinics b) Private practice chambersc) Others (please
specify)…………………………….

11. Would you prefer private medical practitioner for medical purposes?
a) Yes b) No

Please put a tick mark (√)in the box representing the most appropriate number to represent the level of
agreement for each statement based on private medical doctors. (1= strongly disagree, 2= disagree, 3=
neutral, 4= agree, 5= strongly agree)

Q. Statement Ref Strongly Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly


Disagree (2) (3) (4) Agree
(1) (5)
1 Up to date equipments make me T1
feel that I am in a good place.
2 Appropriate facilities are a must T2
for my preference.
3 All the facilities provided T3
appeal me to get the service.
4 Appearance of all the staffs and T4
the doctor attract me.
5 Scheduled service is reliable to Rl1
me.
6 I do not like waiting too much Rl2
for visiting a doctor.
7 Keeping records helps me to Rl3
rely on the doctor.
8 Sincere staffs make me feel Rl4
cozy in the service point.
9 Dependable staffs are much Rl4
more reliable.
10 Smooth flow in visiting patients Rs1
makes the doctor responsive.
11 When I visit a doctor I want Rs2
prompt response.
12 I want the doctor to consider Rs2
every aspect I request.
13 The doctor must be willing and Rs3
more involving.
14 Trustworthy physicians can A1
assure me of quality.
15 Making me feel secured A2
increases assurance.

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16 I expect courtesy from the staffs A3
to feel assured.
17 When the doctor and the staffs A4
focus on my problem it feels
good.
18 I feel empathy when their E1
working hour matches my
convenience
19 Personal care is what I always E2
appreciate from a physician.
20 I feel amazed when the staffs E3
feel my needs.
21 It is great when the doctor and E4
the staffs focus on the Patients
best interest.

22. Which one do you prefer?

1. Private medical doctors


2. Public medical doctors

23. When do you prefer to go to a private medical practitioner?

1. Don't have time to wait for a long time


2. When the sickness doesn't seem to be very serious
3. When the private medical practitioner or the hospital has very well reputation.

24. How frequently do you visit a private medical practitioner?

1. Once in every 3 months


2. Once in every six months
3. Once in a year
4. Not at all

25. Do you recommend others to chose privately practicing medical practitioners/doctors?

1. Definitely will recommend


2. Probably will recommend
3. May or may not recommend
4. Probably will not recommend
5. Definitely will not recommend

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12.2 Spss outputs

Appendix A

RELIABILITY /VARIABLES=T1 T2 T3 T4 RL1 RL2 RL3 RL4 RL5 RS1 RS2 RS3 RS4 A1 A2 A3 A4 E1 E2 E3 E4
/SCALE('ALL VARIABLES') ALL /MODEL=ALPHA /SUMMARY=TOTAL.

Reliability

Notes

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics are based on all cases with


valid data for all variables in the
procedure.

Syntax RELIABILITY

/VARIABLES=T1 T2 T3 T4 RL1 RL2


RL3 RL4 RL5 RS1 RS2 RS3 RS4 A1 A2
A3 A4 E1 E2 E3 E4

/SCALE('ALL VARIABLES') ALL

/MODEL=ALPHA

/SUMMARY=TOTAL.

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Scale: ALL VARIABLES

Case Processing Summary

N %

Page | 29
Cases Valid 187 100.0

Excludeda 0 .0

Total 187 100.0

a. Listwise deletion based on all variables in the


procedure.

Reliability Statistics

Cronbach's
Alpha N of Items

.917 21

Item-Total Statistics

Cronbach's
Scale Mean if Scale Variance if Corrected Item- Alpha if Item
Item Deleted Item Deleted Total Correlation Deleted

Up to date equipment make 80.61 130.227 .232 .922


me feel that I am in a good
place.

Appropriate facilities are a 80.18 125.114 .559 .913


must for my preference.

All the facilities provided 80.67 126.760 .479 .915


appeal me to get the service.

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Appearance of all the staffs 80.86 127.744 .385 .917
and doctor attract me.

Scheduled Service is reliable 80.49 125.370 .487 .915


to me.

I do not like waiting too much 80.03 128.289 .365 .918


for visiting a doctor.

keeping records help me to 80.19 125.146 .589 .913


rely on the doctor.

Sincere staffs make me feel 80.38 124.215 .602 .912


cozy in the service point.

Dependable staffs are much 80.49 125.327 .501 .915


more reliable.

Smooth flow in visiting 80.38 123.925 .635 .912


patients makes the doctor
responsive.

When I visit a doctor I want 80.24 124.676 .625 .912


prompt response.

I want the doctor to consider 80.17 123.236 .653 .911


every aspect I request.

The doctor must be willing 80.07 123.790 .685 .911


and more involving.

Trustworthy physicians can 80.15 124.139 .708 .911


assure me of quality.

Making me feel secured 80.25 123.993 .656 .911


increases assurance.

I accept courtesy from the 80.52 122.681 .644 .911


staffs to feel assured.

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When the doctors and staffs 79.89 124.606 .733 .910
focus on my problem, it feels
good.

I feel empathy when their 80.33 124.253 .668 .911


working hour matches my
convenience.

Personal care is what I 80.36 125.177 .540 .914


always appreciate from a
physician.

I feel amazed when the staffs 80.27 124.960 .612 .912


feel my needs.

It is great when the doctor 80.00 124.441 .710 .911


and the staffs focus on the
patients best interest.

RELIABILITY /VARIABLES=T1 T2 T3 T4 /SCALE('ALL VARIABLES') ALL /MODEL=ALPHA


/SUMMARY=TOTAL.

Reliability

Notes

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Matrix Input

Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics are based on all cases with


valid data for all variables in the
procedure.

Syntax RELIABILITY

/VARIABLES=T1 T2 T3 T4

/SCALE('ALL VARIABLES') ALL

/MODEL=ALPHA

/SUMMARY=TOTAL.

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Scale: ALL VARIABLES

Case Processing Summary

N %

Cases Valid 187 100.0

Excludeda 0 .0

Total 187 100.0

a. Listwise deletion based on all variables in the


procedure.

Reliability Statistics

Cronbach's
Alpha N of Items

.637 4

Item-Total Statistics

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Cronbach's
Scale Mean if Scale Variance if Corrected Item- Alpha if Item
Item Deleted Item Deleted Total Correlation Deleted

Up to date equipment make 11.27 4.694 .317 .651


me feel that I am in a good
place.

Appropriate facilities are a 10.83 4.515 .546 .480


must for my preference.

All the facilities provided 11.33 4.522 .550 .479


appeal me to get the service.

Appearance of all the staffs 11.52 5.133 .300 .648


and doctor attract me.

RELIABILITY /VARIABLES=RL1 RL2 RL3 RL4 RL5 /SCALE('ALL VARIABLES') ALL /MODEL=ALPHA
/SUMMARY=TOTAL.

Reliability

Notes

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Matrix Input

Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics are based on all cases with


valid data for all variables in the
procedure.

Syntax RELIABILITY

/VARIABLES=RL1 RL2 RL3 RL4 RL5

/SCALE('ALL VARIABLES') ALL

/MODEL=ALPHA

/SUMMARY=TOTAL.

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Scale: ALL VARIABLES

Case Processing Summary

N %

Cases Valid 187 100.0

Excludeda 0 .0

Total 187 100.0

a. Listwise deletion based on all variables in the


procedure.

Reliability Statistics

Cronbach's
Alpha N of Items

.701 5

Item-Total Statistics

Cronbach's
Scale Mean if Scale Variance if Corrected Item- Alpha if Item
Item Deleted Item Deleted Total Correlation Deleted

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Scheduled Service is reliable 16.21 7.327 .380 .686
to me.

I do not like waiting too much 15.75 8.114 .239 .741


for visiting a doctor.

keeping records help me to 15.91 7.051 .564 .611


rely on the doctor.

Sincere staffs make me feel 16.10 6.550 .644 .574


cozy in the service point.

Dependable staffs are much 16.21 6.822 .509 .629


more reliable.

RELIABILITY /VARIABLES=RS1 RS2 RS3 RS4 /SCALE('ALL VARIABLES') ALL /MODEL=ALPHA


/SUMMARY=TOTAL.

Reliability

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Matrix Input

Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics are based on all cases with


valid data for all variables in the
procedure.

Syntax RELIABILITY

/VARIABLES=RS1 RS2 RS3 RS4

/SCALE('ALL VARIABLES') ALL

/MODEL=ALPHA

/SUMMARY=TOTAL.

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Case Processing Summary

N %

Cases Valid 187 100.0

Excludeda 0 .0

Total 187 100.0

a. Listwise deletion based on all variables in the


procedure.

Reliability Statistics

Cronbach's
Alpha N of Items

.800 4

Item-Total Statistics

Cronbach's
Scale Mean if Scale Variance if Corrected Item- Alpha if Item
Item Deleted Item Deleted Total Correlation Deleted

Smooth flow in visiting 12.50 4.983 .494 .808


patients makes the doctor
responsive.

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When I visit a doctor I want 12.36 4.737 .612 .751
prompt response.

I want the doctor to consider 12.29 4.443 .639 .737


every aspect I request.

The doctor must be willing 12.20 4.471 .720 .699


and more involving.

RELIABILITY /VARIABLES=A1 A2 A3 A4 /SCALE('ALL VARIABLES') ALL /MODEL=ALPHA


/SUMMARY=TOTAL.

Reliability

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N of Rows in Working Data 187
File

Matrix Input

Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics are based on all cases with


valid data for all variables in the
procedure.

Syntax RELIABILITY

/VARIABLES=A1 A2 A3 A4

/SCALE('ALL VARIABLES') ALL

/MODEL=ALPHA

/SUMMARY=TOTAL.

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Case Processing Summary

N %

Cases Valid 187 100.0

Excludeda 0 .0

Total 187 100.0

a. Listwise deletion based on all variables in the


procedure.

Reliability Statistics

Cronbach's
Alpha N of Items

.838 4

Item-Total Statistics

Cronbach's
Scale Mean if Scale Variance if Corrected Item- Alpha if Item
Item Deleted Item Deleted Total Correlation Deleted

Trustworthy physicians can 12.32 4.574 .746 .764


assure me of quality.

Making me feel secured 12.42 4.416 .713 .775


increases assurance.

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I accept courtesy from the 12.70 4.342 .619 .826
staffs to feel assured.

When the doctors and staffs 12.06 5.088 .628 .814


focus on my problem, it feels
good.

RELIABILITY /VARIABLES=E1 E2 E3 E4 /SCALE('ALL VARIABLES') ALL /MODEL=ALPHA


/SUMMARY=TOTAL.

Reliability

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Matrix Input

Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics are based on all cases with


valid data for all variables in the
procedure.

Syntax RELIABILITY

/VARIABLES=E1 E2 E3 E4

/SCALE('ALL VARIABLES') ALL

/MODEL=ALPHA

/SUMMARY=TOTAL.

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Scale: ALL VARIABLES

Case Processing Summary

N %

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Cases Valid 187 100.0

Excludeda 0 .0

Total 187 100.0

a. Listwise deletion based on all variables in the


procedure.

Reliability Statistics

Cronbach's
Alpha N of Items

.832 4

Item-Total Statistics

Cronbach's
Scale Mean if Scale Variance if Corrected Item- Alpha if Item
Item Deleted Item Deleted Total Correlation Deleted

I feel empathy when their 12.35 4.756 .634 .799


working hour matches my
convenience.

Personal care is what I 12.39 4.389 .635 .803


always appreciate from a
physician.

I feel amazed when the staffs 12.29 4.413 .729 .756


feel my needs.

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Item-Total Statistics

Cronbach's
Scale Mean if Scale Variance if Corrected Item- Alpha if Item
Item Deleted Item Deleted Total Correlation Deleted

I feel empathy when their 12.35 4.756 .634 .799


working hour matches my
convenience.

Personal care is what I 12.39 4.389 .635 .803


always appreciate from a
physician.

I feel amazed when the staffs 12.29 4.413 .729 .756


feel my needs.

It is great when the doctor 12.03 4.897 .655 .792


and the staffs focus on the
patients best interest.

Appendix B

FREQUENCIES VARIABLES=Age Gender Marital_status Education Occupation Avg.monthly_income


Leisure_time Health_A_day Doctor_in_a_year /PERCENTILES=100.0 /STATISTICS=STDDEV VARIANCE
MEAN MEDIAN MODE /PIECHART PERCENT /ORDER=ANALYSIS.

Frequencies

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valid data.

Syntax FREQUENCIES VARIABLES=Age


Gender Marital_status Education
Occupation Avg.monthly_income
Leisure_time Health_A_day
Doctor_in_a_year

/PERCENTILES=100.0

/STATISTICS=STDDEV VARIANCE
MEAN MEDIAN MODE

/PIECHART PERCENT

/ORDER=ANALYSIS.

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Statistics

Age Gender Marital Status Education Occupation

N Valid 187 187 187 187 187

Missing 0 0 0 0 0

Mean 2.09 1.24 1.13 3.80 1.83

Median 2.00 1.00 1.00 4.00 2.00

Mode 2 1 1 4 1

Std. Deviation .392 .425 .351 .719 .950

Variance .154 .181 .123 .518 .902

Percentiles 100 3.00 2.00 3.00 5.00 4.00

Statistics

How frequently
What you like to do you think How frequently
Average monthly do in your leisure about your health do you visit a
income time a day doctor in a year

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N Valid 187 187 187 187

Missing 0 0 0 0

Mean 2.66 2.82 1.59 1.75

Median 2.00 2.00 1.00 2.00

Mode 2 2 1 2

Std. Deviation 1.352 1.540 .773 .728

Variance 1.828 2.372 .597 .531

Percentiles 100 5.00 6.00 4.00 4.00

Frequency Table

Age

Cumulative
Frequency Percent Valid Percent Percent

Valid Below 20 7 3.7 3.7 3.7

21-30 157 84.0 84.0 87.7

31-40 23 12.3 12.3 100.0

Total 187 100.0 100.0

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Gender

Cumulative
Frequency Percent Valid Percent Percent

Valid Male 143 76.5 76.5 76.5

Female 44 23.5 23.5 100.0

Total 187 100.0 100.0

Marital Status

Cumulative
Frequency Percent Valid Percent Percent

Valid Unmarried 164 87.7 87.7 87.7

Married 22 11.8 11.8 99.5

Seperated 1 .5 .5 100.0

Total 187 100.0 100.0

Education

Cumulative
Frequency Percent Valid Percent Percent

Valid HSC 2 1.1 1.1 1.1

Undergraduate 65 34.8 34.8 35.8

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Graduate 89 47.6 47.6 83.4

Post Graduate 31 16.6 16.6 100.0

Total 187 100.0 100.0

Occupation

Cumulative
Frequency Percent Valid Percent Percent

Valid Student 86 46.0 46.0 46.0

Private Service Holder 62 33.2 33.2 79.1

Public Service Holder 23 12.3 12.3 91.4

Business 16 8.6 8.6 100.0

Total 187 100.0 100.0

Average monthly income

Cumulative
Frequency Percent Valid Percent Percent

Valid <30000 43 23.0 23.0 23.0

Tk 30000-50000 55 29.4 29.4 52.4

Tk 50000-70000 41 21.9 21.9 74.3

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Tk 70000-100000 19 10.2 10.2 84.5

Tk 100000+ 29 15.5 15.5 100.0

Total 187 100.0 100.0

What you like to do in your leisure time

Cumulative
Frequency Percent Valid Percent Percent

Valid watching tv 17 9.1 9.1 9.1

Browse Internet 114 61.0 61.0 70.1

reading newspaper and 13 7.0 7.0 77.0


magazines

hangout with friends 27 14.4 14.4 91.4

Traveling 16 8.6 8.6 100.0

Total 187 100.0 100.0

How frequently do you think about your health a day

Cumulative
Frequency Percent Valid Percent Percent

Valid Not everyday 101 54.0 54.0 54.0

1-3 times 69 36.9 36.9 90.9

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4-5 times 9 4.8 4.8 95.7

More than 5 times 8 4.3 4.3 100.0

Total 187 100.0 100.0

How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year

Cumulative
Frequency Percent Valid Percent Percent

Valid Not every year 74 39.6 39.6 39.6

1-3 times 89 47.6 47.6 87.2

4-5 times 20 10.7 10.7 97.9

More than 5 times 4 2.1 2.1 100.0

Total 187 100.0 100.0

Pie Chart

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Appendix C

Your trial period for SPSS Statistics will expire in 21 days. GET FILE='C:\Users\Disha\Desktop\worked on
output.sav'. CORRELATIONS /VARIABLES=Mean_Reliability Mean_Responsiveness Mean_Assurance
Mean_Empathy /PRINT=TWOTAIL NOSIG /STATISTICS DESCRIPTIVES /MISSING=PAIRWISE.

Correlations

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Syntax CORRELATIONS

/VARIABLES=Mean_Reliability
Mean_Responsiveness
Mean_Assurance Mean_Empathy

/PRINT=TWOTAIL NOSIG

/STATISTICS DESCRIPTIVES

/MISSING=PAIRWISE.

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Descriptive Statistics

Mean Std. Deviation N

Mean of Reliability 4.01 .646 187

Mean of Responsiveness 4.112 .6966 187

Mean of Assurance 4.124 .6968 187

Mean of Empathy 4.088 .6967 187

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Correlations

Mean of Mean of
Reliability Responsiveness

Mean of Reliability Pearson Correlation 1 .611**

Sig. (2-tailed) .000

N 187 187

Mean of Responsiveness Pearson Correlation .611** 1

Sig. (2-tailed) .000

N 187 187

Mean of Assurance Pearson Correlation .608** .772**

Sig. (2-tailed) .000 .000

N 187 187

Mean of Empathy Pearson Correlation .548** .751**

Sig. (2-tailed) .000 .000

N 187 187

**. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed).

Correlations

Mean of Mean of
Assurance Empathy

Mean of Reliability Pearson Correlation .608** .548**

Sig. (2-tailed) .000 .000

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N 187 187

Mean of Responsiveness Pearson Correlation .772** .751**

Sig. (2-tailed) .000 .000

N 187 187

Mean of Assurance Pearson Correlation 1 .773**

Sig. (2-tailed) .000

N 187 187

Mean of Empathy Pearson Correlation .773** 1

Sig. (2-tailed) .000

N 187 187

**. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed).

Appendix D

Your trial period for SPSS Statistics will expire in 21 days. GET FILE='C:\Users\Disha\Desktop\worked on
output.sav'. T-TEST /TESTVAL=0 /MISSING=ANALYSIS /VARIABLES=Preferrence /CRITERIA=CI(.95).

T-Test

Notes

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Cases Used Statistics for each analysis are based on


the cases with no missing or out-of-
range data for any variable in the
analysis.

Syntax T-TEST

/TESTVAL=0

/MISSING=ANALYSIS

/VARIABLES=Preferrence

/CRITERIA=CI(.95).

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One-Sample Statistics

N Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error Mean

Which one do you prefer? 187 1.45 .499 .036

One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

t df Sig. (2-tailed) Mean Difference

Which one do you prefer? 39.734 186 .000 1.449

One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

95% Confidence Interval of the


Difference

Lower Upper

Which one do you prefer? 1.38 1.52

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T-TEST /TESTVAL=0 /MISSING=ANALYSIS /VARIABLES=Do_u_recommend /CRITERIA=CI(.95).

T-Test

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Syntax T-TEST

/TESTVAL=0

/MISSING=ANALYSIS

/VARIABLES=Do_u_recommend

/CRITERIA=CI(.95).

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One-Sample Statistics

N Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error Mean

Do you recommend others to 187 2.28 .956 .070


chose privately practicing
medical
practitioners/doctors?

One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

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t df Sig. (2-tailed) Mean Difference

Do you recommend others to 32.664 186 .000 2.283


chose privately practicing
medical
practitioners/doctors?

One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

95% Confidence Interval of the


Difference

Lower Upper

Do you recommend others to 2.15 2.42


chose privately practicing
medical
practitioners/doctors?

T-TEST /TESTVAL=0 /MISSING=ANALYSIS /VARIABLES=Mean_Reliability /CRITERIA=CI(.95).

T-Test

Notes

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Cases Used Statistics for each analysis are based on


the cases with no missing or out-of-
range data for any variable in the
analysis.

Syntax T-TEST

/TESTVAL=0

/MISSING=ANALYSIS

/VARIABLES=Mean_Reliability

/CRITERIA=CI(.95).

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One-Sample Statistics

N Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error Mean

Mean of Reliability 187 4.01 .646 .047

One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

t df Sig. (2-tailed) Mean Difference

Mean of Reliability 84.874 186 .000 4.009

One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

95% Confidence Interval of the


Difference

Lower Upper

Mean of Reliability 3.92 4.10

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T-TEST /TESTVAL=0 /MISSING=ANALYSIS /VARIABLES=Mean_Responsiveness /CRITERIA=CI(.95).

T-Test

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Syntax T-TEST

/TESTVAL=0

/MISSING=ANALYSIS

/VARIABLES=Mean_Responsiveness

/CRITERIA=CI(.95).

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One-Sample Statistics

N Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error Mean

Mean of Responsiveness 187 4.112 .6966 .0509

One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

t df Sig. (2-tailed) Mean Difference

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One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

t df Sig. (2-tailed) Mean Difference

Mean of Responsiveness 80.723 186 .000 4.1123

One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

95% Confidence Interval of the


Difference

Lower Upper

Mean of Responsiveness 4.012 4.213

T-TEST /TESTVAL=0 /MISSING=ANALYSIS /VARIABLES=Mean_Assurance /CRITERIA=CI(.95).

T-Test

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Cases Used Statistics for each analysis are based on


the cases with no missing or out-of-
range data for any variable in the
analysis.

Syntax T-TEST

/TESTVAL=0

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/CRITERIA=CI(.95).

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One-Sample Statistics

N Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error Mean

Mean of Assurance 187 4.124 .6968 .0510

One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

t df Sig. (2-tailed) Mean Difference

Mean of Assurance 80.946 186 .000 4.1243

One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

95% Confidence Interval of the


Difference

Lower Upper

Mean of Assurance 4.024 4.225

T-TEST /TESTVAL=0 /MISSING=ANALYSIS /VARIABLES=Mean_Empathy /CRITERIA=CI(.95).

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Syntax T-TEST

/TESTVAL=0

/MISSING=ANALYSIS

/VARIABLES=Mean_Empathy

/CRITERIA=CI(.95).

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One-Sample Statistics

N Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error Mean

Mean of Empathy 187 4.088 .6967 .0510

One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

t df Sig. (2-tailed) Mean Difference

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One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

t df Sig. (2-tailed) Mean Difference

Mean of Empathy 80.239 186 .000 4.0882

One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

95% Confidence Interval of the


Difference

Lower Upper

Mean of Empathy 3.988 4.189

T-TEST /TESTVAL=0 /MISSING=ANALYSIS /VARIABLES=Mean_preference /CRITERIA=CI(.95).

T-Test

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Cases Used Statistics for each analysis are based on


the cases with no missing or out-of-
range data for any variable in the
analysis.

Syntax T-TEST

/TESTVAL=0

/MISSING=ANALYSIS

/VARIABLES=Mean_preference

/CRITERIA=CI(.95).

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One-Sample Statistics

N Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error Mean

Mean of prefence 187 2.230 .5637 .0412

One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

t df Sig. (2-tailed) Mean Difference

Mean of prefence 54.092 186 .000 2.2299

One-Sample Test

Test Value = 0

95% Confidence Interval of the


Difference

Lower Upper

Mean of prefence 2.149 2.311

Appendix E

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T-TEST GROUPS=Gender(1 2) /MISSING=ANALYSIS /VARIABLES=How_frequently /CRITERIA=CI(.95).

T-Test

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analysis.

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Syntax T-TEST GROUPS=Gender(1 2)

/MISSING=ANALYSIS

/VARIABLES=How_frequently

/CRITERIA=CI(.95).

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Group Statistics

Gender N Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error Mean

How frequently do you visit a Male 143 2.78 .889 .074


private medical practitioner?
Female 44 2.59 1.041 .157

Independent Samples Test

Levene's Test for Equality of t-test for Equality


Variances of Means

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F Sig. t

How frequently do you visit a Equal variances assumed 3.521 .062 1.204
private medical practitioner?
Equal variances not assumed 1.107

Independent Samples Test

t-test for Equality of Means

df Sig. (2-tailed) Mean Difference

How frequently do you visit a Equal variances assumed 185 .230 .192
private medical practitioner?
Equal variances not assumed 63.488 .272 .192

Independent Samples Test

t-test for Equality of Means

95% Confidence Interval of the


Difference

Std. Error
Difference Lower Upper

How frequently do you visit a Equal variances assumed .160 -.123 .508
private medical practitioner?
Equal variances not assumed .174 -.155 .539

T-TEST PAIRS=Mean_Reliability Mean_Responsiveness Mean_Assurance Mean_Empathy WITH


Mean_preference Mean_preference Mean_preference M ean_preference (PAIRED)
/CRITERIA=CI(.9500) /MISSING=ANALYSIS.

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analysis.

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Syntax T-TEST PAIRS=Mean_Reliability
Mean_Responsiveness
Mean_Assurance Mean_Empathy WITH
Mean_preference Mean_preference
Mean_preference Mean_preference
(PAIRED)

/CRITERIA=CI(.9500)

/MISSING=ANALYSIS.

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Paired Samples Statistics

Mean N Std. Deviation Std. Error Mean

Pair 1 Mean of Reliability 4.01 187 .646 .047

Mean of prefence 2.230 187 .5637 .0412

Pair 2 Mean of Responsiveness 4.112 187 .6966 .0509

Mean of prefence 2.230 187 .5637 .0412

Pair 3 Mean of Assurance 4.124 187 .6968 .0510

Mean of prefence 2.230 187 .5637 .0412

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Pair 4 Mean of Empathy 4.088 187 .6967 .0510

Mean of prefence 2.230 187 .5637 .0412

Paired Samples Correlations

N Correlation Sig.

Pair 1 Mean of Reliability & Mean of 187 .039 .597


prefence

Pair 2 Mean of Responsiveness & 187 .040 .587


Mean of prefence

Pair 3 Mean of Assurance & Mean 187 -.042 .565


of prefence

Pair 4 Mean of Empathy & Mean of 187 .051 .491


prefence

Paired Samples Test

Paired Differences

Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error Mean

Pair 1 Mean of Reliability - Mean of 1.7786 .8406 .0615


prefence

Pair 2 Mean of Responsiveness - 1.8824 .8785 .0642


Mean of prefence

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Pair 3 Mean of Assurance - Mean of 1.8944 .9146 .0669
prefence

Pair 4 Mean of Empathy - Mean of 1.8583 .8737 .0639


prefence

Paired Samples Test

Paired Differences

95% Confidence Interval of the


Difference

Lower Upper

Pair 1 Mean of Reliability - Mean of 1.6573 1.8999


prefence

Pair 2 Mean of Responsiveness - 1.7556 2.0091


Mean of prefence

Pair 3 Mean of Assurance - Mean of 1.7624 2.0263


prefence

Pair 4 Mean of Empathy - Mean of 1.7322 1.9843


prefence

Paired Samples Test

t df Sig. (2-tailed)

Pair 1 Mean of Reliability - Mean of 28.934 186 .000


prefence

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Pair 2 Mean of Responsiveness - 29.302 186 .000
Mean of prefence

Pair 3 Mean of Assurance - Mean of 28.323 186 .000


prefence

Pair 4 Mean of Empathy - Mean of 29.084 186 .000


prefence

Appendix F

REGRESSION /MISSING LISTWISE /STATISTICS COEFF OUTS R ANOVA COLLIN TOL /CRITERIA=PIN(.05)
POUT(.10) /NOORIGIN /DEPENDENT Mean_preference /METHOD=ENTER Mean_Reliability
Mean_Responsiveness Mean_Assurance Mean_Empathy.

Regression

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Cases Used Statistics are based on cases with no


missing values for any variable used.

Syntax REGRESSION

/MISSING LISTWISE

/STATISTICS COEFF OUTS R


ANOVA COLLIN TOL

/CRITERIA=PIN(.05) POUT(.10)

/NOORIGIN

/DEPENDENT Mean_preference

/METHOD=ENTER Mean_Reliability
Mean_Responsiveness
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Variables Entered/Removed

Variables Variables
Model Entered Removed Method

1 Mean of . Enter
Empathy, Mean
of Reliability,
Mean of
Responsiveness,
Mean of
Assurancea

a. All requested variables entered.

Model Summary

Adjusted R Std. Error of the


Model R R Square Square Estimate

1 .161a .026 .005 .5625

a. Predictors: (Constant), Mean of Empathy, Mean of Reliability, Mean


of Responsiveness, Mean of Assurance

ANOVAb

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Model Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig.

1 Regression 1.536 4 .384 1.214 .306a

Residual 57.576 182 .316

Total 59.112 186

a. Predictors: (Constant), Mean of Empathy, Mean of Reliability, Mean of Responsiveness, Mean


of Assurance

b. Dependent Variable: Mean of prefence

Coefficientsa

Standardized
Unstandardized Coefficients Coefficients

Model B Std. Error Beta t Sig.

1 (Constant) 2.094 .291 7.199 .000

Mean of Reliability .053 .084 .060 .629 .530

Mean of Responsiveness .080 .104 .098 .765 .445

Mean of Assurance -.224 .107 -.277 -2.084 .039

Mean of Empathy .127 .101 .157 1.260 .209

a. Dependent Variable: Mean of prefence

Coefficientsa

Model Collinearity Statistics

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Tolerance VIF

1 Mean of Reliability .579 1.727

Mean of Responsiveness .324 3.086

Mean of Assurance .304 3.293

Mean of Empathy .343 2.918

a. Dependent Variable: Mean of prefence

Collinearity Diagnosticsa

Dimensi
Model on Eigenvalue Condition Index

1 1 4.957 1.000

2 .018 16.536

3 .012 20.449

4 .007 27.144

5 .006 28.573

a. Dependent Variable: Mean of prefence

Collinearity Diagnosticsa

Model Variance Proportions


Dimensi

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on Mean of Mean of Mean of Mean of
(Constant) Reliability Responsiveness Assurance Empathy

1 1 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00

2 .68 .04 .05 .05 .07

3 .31 .88 .00 .00 .08

4 .01 .06 .80 .00 .52

5 .00 .02 .15 .94 .33

a. Dependent Variable: Mean of prefence

Appendix G

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Age Gender Marital_status Education Occupation Avg.monthly_income BY


Prefer_private_doctors /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL /COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

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Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Age Gender Marital_status


Education Occupation
Avg.monthly_income BY
Prefer_private_doctors

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Age * Would you prefer 186 99.5% 1 .5% 187 100.0%


private medical practitioner
for medical purposes?

Gender * Would you prefer 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


private medical practitioner
for medical purposes?

Marital Status * Would you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


prefer private medical
practitioner for medical
purposes?

Education * Would you prefer 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


private medical practitioner
for medical purposes?

Occupation * Would you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


prefer private medical
practitioner for medical
purposes?

Average monthly income * 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


Would you prefer private
medical practitioner for
medical purposes?

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Age * Would you prefer private medical practitioner for medical
purposes? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Would you prefer private medical


practitioner for medical purposes?

Yes No Total

Age Below 20 2.7% 1.1% 3.8%

21-30 68.3% 15.6% 83.9%

31-40 9.7% 2.7% 12.4%

Total 80.6% 19.4% 100.0%

Gender * Would you prefer private medical practitioner for medical


purposes? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Would you prefer private medical


practitioner for medical purposes?

Yes No Total

Gender Male 61.5% 15.0% 76.5%

Female 19.3% 4.3% 23.5%

Total 80.7% 19.3% 100.0%

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Marital Status * Would you prefer private medical practitioner for medical
purposes? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Would you prefer private medical


practitioner for medical purposes?

Yes No Total

Marital Status Unmarried 68.4% 19.3% 87.7%

Married 11.8% 11.8%

Seperated .5% .5%

Total 80.7% 19.3% 100.0%

Education * Would you prefer private medical practitioner for medical


purposes? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Would you prefer private medical


practitioner for medical purposes?

Yes No Total

Education HSC 1.1% 1.1%

Undergraduate 27.8% 7.0% 34.8%

Graduate 38.5% 9.1% 47.6%

Post Graduate 13.4% 3.2% 16.6%

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Education * Would you prefer private medical practitioner for medical
purposes? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Would you prefer private medical


practitioner for medical purposes?

Yes No Total

Education HSC 1.1% 1.1%

Undergraduate 27.8% 7.0% 34.8%

Graduate 38.5% 9.1% 47.6%

Post Graduate 13.4% 3.2% 16.6%

Total 80.7% 19.3% 100.0%

Occupation * Would you prefer private medical practitioner for medical purposes?
Crosstabulation

% of Total

Would you prefer private medical


practitioner for medical purposes?

Yes No Total

Occupation Student 38.0% 8.0% 46.0%

Private Service Holder 29.4% 3.7% 33.2%

Public Service Holder 9.1% 3.2% 12.3%

Business 4.3% 4.3% 8.6%

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Occupation * Would you prefer private medical practitioner for medical purposes?
Crosstabulation

% of Total

Would you prefer private medical


practitioner for medical purposes?

Yes No Total

Occupation Student 38.0% 8.0% 46.0%

Private Service Holder 29.4% 3.7% 33.2%

Public Service Holder 9.1% 3.2% 12.3%

Business 4.3% 4.3% 8.6%

Total 80.7% 19.3% 100.0%

Average monthly income * Would you prefer private medical practitioner for medical
purposes? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Would you prefer private medical


practitioner for medical purposes?

Yes No Total

Average monthly income <30000 16.0% 7.0% 23.0%

Tk 30000-50000 26.2% 3.2% 29.4%

Tk 50000-70000 17.1% 4.8% 21.9%

Tk 70000-100000 9.6% .5% 10.2%

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Tk 100000+ 11.8% 3.7% 15.5%

Total 80.7% 19.3% 100.0%

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Age Gender Marital_status Education Occupation Avg.monthly_income BY


Preferrence /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL /COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

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Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all
the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Age Gender Marital_status


Education Occupation
Avg.monthly_income BY Preferrence

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

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Age * Which one do you 186 99.5% 1 .5% 187 100.0%
prefer?

Gender * Which one do you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


prefer?

Marital Status * Which one do 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


you prefer?

Education * Which one do 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


you prefer?

Occupation * Which one do 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


you prefer?

Average monthly income * 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


Which one do you prefer?

Age * Which one do you prefer? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Which one do you prefer?

private medical public medical


doctors doctors Total

Age Below 20 3.8% 3.8%

21-30 45.2% 38.7% 83.9%

31-40 6.5% 5.9% 12.4%

Total 55.4% 44.6% 100.0%

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Gender * Which one do you prefer? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Which one do you prefer?

private medical public medical


doctors doctors Total

Gender Male 37.4% 39.0% 76.5%

Female 17.6% 5.9% 23.5%

Total 55.1% 44.9% 100.0%

Marital Status * Which one do you prefer? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Which one do you prefer?

private medical public medical


doctors doctors Total

Marital Status Unmarried 48.1% 39.6% 87.7%

Married 6.4% 5.3% 11.8%

Seperated .5% .5%

Total 55.1% 44.9% 100.0%

Education * Which one do you prefer? Crosstabulation

Page | 107
% of Total

Which one do you prefer?

private medical public medical


doctors doctors Total

Education HSC 1.1% 1.1%

Undergraduate 22.5% 12.3% 34.8%

Graduate 19.8% 27.8% 47.6%

Post Graduate 11.8% 4.8% 16.6%

Total 55.1% 44.9% 100.0%

Occupation * Which one do you prefer? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Which one do you prefer?

private medical public medical


doctors doctors Total

Occupation Student 29.9% 16.0% 46.0%

Private Service Holder 17.6% 15.5% 33.2%

Public Service Holder 5.3% 7.0% 12.3%

Business 2.1% 6.4% 8.6%

Total 55.1% 44.9% 100.0%

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Average monthly income * Which one do you prefer? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Which one do you prefer?

private medical public medical


doctors doctors Total

Average monthly income <30000 12.8% 10.2% 23.0%

Tk 30000-50000 15.5% 13.9% 29.4%

Tk 50000-70000 11.2% 10.7% 21.9%

Tk 70000-100000 7.5% 2.7% 10.2%

Tk 100000+ 8.0% 7.5% 15.5%

Total 55.1% 44.9% 100.0%

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Age Gender Marital_status Education Occupation Avg.monthly_income BY


When_do_u_prefer /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL /COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

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as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Age Gender Marital_status


Education Occupation
Avg.monthly_income BY
When_do_u_prefer

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Age * When do you prefer to 186 99.5% 1 .5% 187 100.0%


go to a private medical
practitioner?

Gender * When do you prefer 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


to go to a private medical
practitioner?

Marital Status * When do you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


prefer to go to a private
medical practitioner?

Education * When do you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


prefer to go to a private
medical practitioner?

Occupation * When do you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


prefer to go to a private
medical practitioner?

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Age * When do you prefer to 186 99.5% 1 .5% 187 100.0%


go to a private medical
practitioner?

Gender * When do you prefer 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


to go to a private medical
practitioner?

Marital Status * When do you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


prefer to go to a private
medical practitioner?

Education * When do you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


prefer to go to a private
medical practitioner?

Occupation * When do you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


prefer to go to a private
medical practitioner?

Average monthly income * 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


When do you prefer to go to a
private medical practitioner?

Age * When do you prefer to go to a private medical practitioner? Crosstabulation

% of Total

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When do you prefer to go to a private medical
practitioner?

When the private


when the medical
dont have time to sickness doesnt practitioner or the
wait for a long seem to be hospital has very
time serious well reputation. Total

Age Below 20 1.1% 1.1% 1.6% 3.8%

21-30 36.6% 10.2% 37.1% 83.9%

31-40 5.4% 1.1% 5.9% 12.4%

Total 43.0% 12.4% 44.6% 100.0%

Gender * When do you prefer to go to a private medical practitioner?


Crosstabulation

% of Total

When do you prefer to go to a private medical


practitioner?

When the private


when the medical
dont have time to sickness doesnt practitioner or the
wait for a long seem to be hospital has very
time serious well reputation. Total

Gender Male 35.3% 9.6% 31.6% 76.5%

Female 7.5% 2.7% 13.4% 23.5%

Total 42.8% 12.3% 44.9% 100.0%

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Marital Status * When do you prefer to go to a private medical practitioner? Crosstabulation

% of Total

When do you prefer to go to a private medical


practitioner?

When the private


when the medical
dont have time to sickness doesnt practitioner or the
wait for a long seem to be hospital has very
time serious well reputation. Total

Marital Status Unmarried 38.0% 10.2% 39.6% 87.7%

Married 4.3% 2.1% 5.3% 11.8%

Seperated .5% .5%

Total 42.8% 12.3% 44.9% 100.0%

Education * When do you prefer to go to a private medical practitioner? Crosstabulation

% of Total

When do you prefer to go to a private medical


practitioner?

When the private


when the medical
dont have time to sickness doesnt practitioner or the
wait for a long seem to be hospital has very
time serious well reputation. Total

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Education HSC 1.1% 1.1%

Undergraduate 17.6% 2.1% 15.0% 34.8%

Graduate 18.2% 8.0% 21.4% 47.6%

Post Graduate 7.0% 2.1% 7.5% 16.6%

Total 42.8% 12.3% 44.9% 100.0%

Occupation * When do you prefer to go to a private medical practitioner? Crosstabulation

% of Total

When do you prefer to go to a private medical


practitioner?

When the private


when the medical
dont have time to sickness doesnt practitioner or the
wait for a long seem to be hospital has very
time serious well reputation. Total

Occupation Student 20.9% 5.3% 19.8% 46.0%

Private Service Holder 12.3% 5.9% 15.0% 33.2%

Public Service Holder 5.3% 7.0% 12.3%

Business 4.3% 1.1% 3.2% 8.6%

Total 42.8% 12.3% 44.9% 100.0%

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Average monthly income * When do you prefer to go to a private medical
practitioner? Crosstabulation

% of Total

When do you prefer to go to a


private medical practitioner?

when the
dont have time to sickness doesnt
wait for a long seem to be
time serious

Average monthly income <30000 11.2% 4.8%

Tk 30000-50000 12.3% 5.3%

Tk 50000-70000 9.1%

Tk 70000-100000 4.8% 2.1%

Tk 100000+ 5.3%

Total 42.8% 12.3%

Average monthly income * When do you prefer to go to a private medical


practitioner? Crosstabulation

% of Total

When do you
prefer to go to a
private medical
practitioner?

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When the private
medical
practitioner or the
hospital has very
well reputation. Total

Average monthly income <30000 7.0% 23.0%

Tk 30000-50000 11.8% 29.4%

Tk 50000-70000 12.8% 21.9%

Tk 70000-100000 3.2% 10.2%

Tk 100000+ 10.2% 15.5%

Total 44.9% 100.0%

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Age Gender Marital_status Education Occupation Avg.monthly_income BY


Do_u_recommend /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL /COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Notes

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as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Age Gender Marital_status


Education Occupation
Avg.monthly_income BY
Do_u_recommend

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Age * Do you recommend 186 99.5% 1 .5% 187 100.0%


others to chose privately
practicing medical
practitioners/doctors?

Gender * Do you recommend 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


others to chose privately
practicing medical
practitioners/doctors?

Marital Status * Do you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


recommend others to chose
privately practicing medical
practitioners/doctors?

Education * Do you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


recommend others to chose
privately practicing medical
practitioners/doctors?

Occupation * Do you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


recommend others to chose
privately practicing medical
practitioners/doctors?

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Age * Do you recommend 186 99.5% 1 .5% 187 100.0%


others to chose privately
practicing medical
practitioners/doctors?

Gender * Do you recommend 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


others to chose privately
practicing medical
practitioners/doctors?

Marital Status * Do you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


recommend others to chose
privately practicing medical
practitioners/doctors?

Education * Do you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


recommend others to chose
privately practicing medical
practitioners/doctors?

Occupation * Do you 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


recommend others to chose
privately practicing medical
practitioners/doctors?

Average monthly income * Do 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


you recommend others to
chose privately practicing
medical
practitioners/doctors?

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Age * Do you recommend others to chose privately practicing medical
practitioners/doctors? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you recommend others to chose privately practicing medical


practitioners/doctors?

Definitely will probably will may or may not probably will not
recommend recommend recommend recommend

Age Below 20 2.7% 1.1%

21-30 18.3% 28.5% 31.7% 2.2%

31-40 1.1% 7.0% 3.2% 1.1%

Total 22.0% 36.6% 34.9% 3.2%

Age * Do you recommend others to chose


privately practicing medical
practitioners/doctors? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you
recommend
others to chose
privately
practicing
medical
practitioners/doct
ors?

Definitely will not


recommend Total

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Age Below 20 3.8%

21-30 3.2% 83.9%

31-40 12.4%

Total 3.2% 100.0%

Gender * Do you recommend others to chose privately practicing medical


practitioners/doctors? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you recommend others to chose privately practicing medical


practitioners/doctors?

Definitely will probably will may or may not probably will not
recommend recommend recommend recommend

Gender Male 16.0% 26.2% 27.8% 3.2%

Female 6.4% 10.2% 7.0%

Total 22.5% 36.4% 34.8% 3.2%

Gender * Do you recommend others to chose


privately practicing medical
practitioners/doctors? Crosstabulation

% of Total

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Do you
recommend
others to chose
privately
practicing
medical
practitioners/doct
ors?

Definitely will not


recommend Total

Gender Male 3.2% 76.5%

Female 23.5%

Total 3.2% 100.0%

Marital Status * Do you recommend others to chose privately practicing medical


practitioners/doctors? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you recommend others to chose privately practicing medical


practitioners/doctors?

Definitely will probably will may or may not probably will not
recommend recommend recommend recommend

Marital Status Unmarried 20.3% 32.1% 28.9% 3.2%

Married 2.1% 3.7% 5.9%

Seperated .5%

Total 22.5% 36.4% 34.8% 3.2%

Page | 123
Marital Status * Do you recommend others to chose
privately practicing medical practitioners/doctors?
Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you
recommend
others to chose
privately
practicing
medical
practitioners/doct
ors?

Definitely will not


recommend Total

Marital Status Unmarried 3.2% 87.7%

Married 11.8%

Seperated .5%

Total 3.2% 100.0%

Education * Do you recommend others to chose privately practicing medical practitioners/doctors?


Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you recommend others to chose privately practicing medical


practitioners/doctors?

Definitely will probably will may or may not probably will not
recommend recommend recommend recommend

Page | 124
Education HSC 1.1%

Undergraduate 10.7% 13.9% 8.0% 1.1%

Graduate 9.6% 15.0% 20.9%

Post Graduate 2.1% 6.4% 5.9% 2.1%

Total 22.5% 36.4% 34.8% 3.2%

Education * Do you recommend others to chose privately


practicing medical practitioners/doctors? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you
recommend
others to chose
privately
practicing
medical
practitioners/doct
ors?

Definitely will not


recommend Total

Education HSC 1.1%

Undergraduate 1.1% 34.8%

Graduate 2.1% 47.6%

Post Graduate 16.6%

Total 3.2% 100.0%

Page | 125
Occupation * Do you recommend others to chose privately practicing medical practitioners/doctors?
Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you recommend others to chose privately practicing medical


practitioners/doctors?

Definitely will probably will may or may not probably will not
recommend recommend recommend recommend

Occupation Student 15.5% 18.7% 9.6% 1.1%

Private Service Holder 4.3% 12.8% 15.0%

Public Service Holder 1.6% 3.7% 4.8% 2.1%

Business 1.1% 1.1% 5.3%

Total 22.5% 36.4% 34.8% 3.2%

Occupation * Do you recommend others to chose privately


practicing medical practitioners/doctors? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you
recommend
others to chose
privately
practicing
medical
practitioners/doct
ors?

Definitely will not


recommend Total

Occupation Student 1.1% 46.0%

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Private Service Holder 1.1% 33.2%

Public Service Holder 12.3%

Business 1.1% 8.6%

Total 3.2% 100.0%

Average monthly income * Do you recommend others to chose privately practicing medical
practitioners/doctors? Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you recommend others to chose privately


practicing medical practitioners/doctors?

Definitely will probably will may or may not


recommend recommend recommend

Average monthly income <30000 5.3% 6.4% 8.0%

Tk 30000-50000 3.7% 12.3% 11.2%

Tk 50000-70000 7.5% 6.4% 7.0%

Tk 70000-100000 3.7% 4.8% 1.6%

Tk 100000+ 2.1% 6.4% 7.0%

Total 22.5% 36.4% 34.8%

Average monthly income * Do you recommend others to chose privately practicing medical
practitioners/doctors? Crosstabulation

% of Total

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Do you recommend others to chose
privately practicing medical
practitioners/doctors?

probably will not Definitely will not


recommend recommend Total

Average monthly income <30000 3.2% 23.0%

Tk 30000-50000 2.1% 29.4%

Tk 50000-70000 1.1% 21.9%

Tk 70000-100000 10.2%

Tk 100000+ 15.5%

Total 3.2% 3.2% 100.0%

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Age BY Health_A_day /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL /COUNT


ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Age BY Health_A_day

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Elapsed Time 0:00:00.114

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Age * How frequently do you 186 99.5% 1 .5% 187 100.0%


think about your health a day

Age * How frequently do you think about your health a day Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you think about your health a day

More than 5
Not everyday 1-3 times 4-5 times times Total

Age Below 20 2.7% 1.1% 3.8%

21-30 45.7% 32.8% 2.7% 2.7% 83.9%

31-40 5.9% 3.2% 2.2% 1.1% 12.4%

Total 54.3% 37.1% 4.8% 3.8% 100.0%

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CROSSTABS /TABLES=Gender BY Health_A_day /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL /COUNT
ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

Output Created 15-May-2016 18:32:41

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output.sav

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Page | 131
Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Gender BY Health_A_day

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Elapsed Time 0:00:00.015

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Gender * How frequently do 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


you think about your health a
day

Page | 132
Gender * How frequently do you think about your health a day Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you think about your health a day

More than 5
Not everyday 1-3 times 4-5 times times Total

Gender Male 41.2% 27.3% 4.3% 3.7% 76.5%

Female 12.8% 9.6% .5% .5% 23.5%

Total 54.0% 36.9% 4.8% 4.3% 100.0%

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Marital_status BY Health_A_day /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL


/COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

Output Created 15-May-2016 18:33:05

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Marital_status BY
Health_A_day

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Elapsed Time 0:00:00.010

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Marital Status * How 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


frequently do you think about
your health a day

Marital Status * How frequently do you think about your health a day Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you think about your health a day

More than 5
Not everyday 1-3 times 4-5 times times Total

Marital Status Unmarried 48.1% 31.6% 4.3% 3.7% 87.7%

Married 5.3% 5.3% .5% .5% 11.8%

Seperated .5% .5%

Total 54.0% 36.9% 4.8% 4.3% 100.0%

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CROSSTABS /TABLES=Education BY Health_A_day /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL
/COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

Output Created 15-May-2016 18:33:47

Comments

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Page | 136
Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Education BY Health_A_day

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Elapsed Time 0:00:00.020

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Education * How frequently 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


do you think about your
health a day

Page | 137
Education * How frequently do you think about your health a day Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you think about your health a day

More than 5
Not everyday 1-3 times 4-5 times times Total

Education HSC 1.1% 1.1%

Undergraduate 22.5% 10.7% .5% 1.1% 34.8%

Graduate 24.6% 18.7% 1.1% 3.2% 47.6%

Post Graduate 7.0% 7.5% 2.1% 16.6%

Total 54.0% 36.9% 4.8% 4.3% 100.0%

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Occupation BY Health_A_day /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL


/COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

Output Created 15-May-2016 18:34:18

Page | 138
Comments

Input Data C:\Users\Disha\Desktop\worked on


output.sav

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Occupation BY
Health_A_day

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Elapsed Time 0:00:00.010

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Occupation * How frequently 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


do you think about your
health a day

Occupation * How frequently do you think about your health a day Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you think about your health a day

More than 5
Not everyday 1-3 times 4-5 times times Total

Occupation Student 27.8% 16.6% 1.6% 46.0%

Private Service Holder 15.0% 12.8% 2.1% 3.2% 33.2%

Public Service Holder 5.9% 5.3% 1.1% 12.3%

Business 5.3% 2.1% 1.1% 8.6%

Page | 140
Occupation * How frequently do you think about your health a day Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you think about your health a day

More than 5
Not everyday 1-3 times 4-5 times times Total

Occupation Student 27.8% 16.6% 1.6% 46.0%

Private Service Holder 15.0% 12.8% 2.1% 3.2% 33.2%

Public Service Holder 5.9% 5.3% 1.1% 12.3%

Business 5.3% 2.1% 1.1% 8.6%

Total 54.0% 36.9% 4.8% 4.3% 100.0%

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Avg.monthly_income BY Health_A_day /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES


/CELLS=TOTAL /COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

Output Created 15-May-2016 18:34:39

Comments

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output.sav

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Avg.monthly_income BY
Health_A_day

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

Resources Processor Time 0:00:00.000

Elapsed Time 0:00:00.020

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Cells Available 174762

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Average monthly income * 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


How frequently do you think
about your health a day

Average monthly income * How frequently do you think about your health a day Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you think about your health a day

Not everyday 1-3 times 4-5 times

Average monthly income <30000 13.9% 7.5% 1.1%

Tk 30000-50000 14.4% 12.8% 2.1%

Tk 50000-70000 12.8% 6.4% .5%

Tk 70000-100000 3.2% 5.9% 1.1%

Tk 100000+ 9.6% 4.3%

Page | 143
Average monthly income * How frequently do you think about your health a day Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you think about your health a day

Not everyday 1-3 times 4-5 times

Average monthly income <30000 13.9% 7.5% 1.1%

Tk 30000-50000 14.4% 12.8% 2.1%

Tk 50000-70000 12.8% 6.4% .5%

Tk 70000-100000 3.2% 5.9% 1.1%

Tk 100000+ 9.6% 4.3%

Total 54.0% 36.9% 4.8%

Average monthly income * How frequently do you think about your health a
day Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently
do you think
about your health
a day

More than 5
times Total

Average monthly income <30000 .5% 23.0%

Tk 30000-50000 29.4%

Tk 50000-70000 2.1% 21.9%

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Tk 70000-100000 10.2%

Tk 100000+ 1.6% 15.5%

Total 4.3% 100.0%

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Leisure_time BY Health_A_day /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL


/COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

Output Created 15-May-2016 18:35:34

Comments

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Leisure_time BY
Health_A_day

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

Resources Processor Time 0:00:00.016

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

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N Percent N Percent N Percent

What you like to do in your 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


leisure time * How frequently
do you think about your
health a day

What you like to do in your leisure time * How frequently do you think about your health a day
Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you think about your health a day

Not everyday 1-3 times 4-5 times

What you like to do in your watching tv 4.8% 4.3%


leisure time
Browse Internet 26.7% 26.2% 4.8%

reading newspaper and 5.9% 1.1%


magazines

hangout with friends 11.2% 3.2%

Traveling 5.3% 2.1%

Total 54.0% 36.9% 4.8%

What you like to do in your leisure time * How frequently do you think about your
health a day Crosstabulation

% of Total

Page | 147
How frequently
do you think
about your health
a day

More than 5
times Total

What you like to do in your watching tv 9.1%


leisure time
Browse Internet 3.2% 61.0%

reading newspaper and 7.0%


magazines

hangout with friends 14.4%

Traveling 1.1% 8.6%

Total 4.3% 100.0%

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Age BY Doctor_in_a_year /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL /COUNT


ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

Output Created 15-May-2016 18:38:49

Page | 148
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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Age BY Doctor_in_a_year

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Elapsed Time 0:00:00.021

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Age * How frequently do you 186 99.5% 1 .5% 187 100.0%


visit a doctor in a year

Age * How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year

More than 5
Not every year 1-3 times 4-5 times times Total

Age Below 20 1.1% 2.7% 3.8%

21-30 34.9% 39.8% 8.1% 1.1% 83.9%

31-40 3.8% 4.8% 2.7% 1.1% 12.4%

Total 39.8% 47.3% 10.8% 2.2% 100.0%

Page | 150
CROSSTABS /TABLES=Gender BY Doctor_in_a_year /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL
/COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

Output Created 15-May-2016 18:39:54

Comments

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Page | 151
Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Gender BY
Doctor_in_a_year

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Gender * How frequently do 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


you visit a doctor in a year

Page | 152
Gender * How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year

More than 5
Not every year 1-3 times 4-5 times times Total

Gender Male 33.2% 34.2% 7.0% 2.1% 76.5%

Female 6.4% 13.4% 3.7% 23.5%

Total 39.6% 47.6% 10.7% 2.1% 100.0%

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Marital_status BY Doctor_in_a_year /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL


/COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

Output Created 15-May-2016 18:40:43

Comments

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output.sav

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Marital_status BY
Doctor_in_a_year

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Elapsed Time 0:00:00.020

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Marital Status * How 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


frequently do you visit a
doctor in a year

Marital Status * How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year

More than 5
Not every year 1-3 times 4-5 times times Total

Marital Status Unmarried 34.2% 42.2% 9.1% 2.1% 87.7%

Married 4.8% 5.3% 1.6% 11.8%

Seperated .5% .5%

Total 39.6% 47.6% 10.7% 2.1% 100.0%

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CROSSTABS /TABLES=Education BY Doctor_in_a_year /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL
/COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

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Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Education BY
Doctor_in_a_year

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Education * How frequently 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


do you visit a doctor in a year

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Education * How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year

More than 5
Not every year 1-3 times 4-5 times times Total

Education HSC 1.1% 1.1%

Undergraduate 13.4% 17.1% 2.1% 2.1% 34.8%

Graduate 18.7% 21.4% 7.5% 47.6%

Post Graduate 6.4% 9.1% 1.1% 16.6%

Total 39.6% 47.6% 10.7% 2.1% 100.0%

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Occupation BY Doctor_in_a_year /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL


/COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

Output Created 15-May-2016 18:42:18

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Occupation BY
Doctor_in_a_year

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Elapsed Time 0:00:00.021

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Occupation * How frequently 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


do you visit a doctor in a year

Occupation * How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year

More than 5
Not every year 1-3 times 4-5 times times Total

Occupation Student 17.1% 24.1% 3.7% 1.1% 46.0%

Private Service Holder 12.3% 15.0% 4.8% 1.1% 33.2%

Public Service Holder 4.8% 6.4% 1.1% 12.3%

Business 5.3% 2.1% 1.1% 8.6%

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Occupation * How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year

More than 5
Not every year 1-3 times 4-5 times times Total

Occupation Student 17.1% 24.1% 3.7% 1.1% 46.0%

Private Service Holder 12.3% 15.0% 4.8% 1.1% 33.2%

Public Service Holder 4.8% 6.4% 1.1% 12.3%

Business 5.3% 2.1% 1.1% 8.6%

Total 39.6% 47.6% 10.7% 2.1% 100.0%

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Avg.monthly_income BY Doctor_in_a_year /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES


/CELLS=TOTAL /COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

Output Created 15-May-2016 18:42:59

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Input Data C:\Users\Disha\Desktop\worked on
output.sav

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Avg.monthly_income BY
Doctor_in_a_year

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Average monthly income * 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


How frequently do you visit a
doctor in a year

Average monthly income * How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year

Not every year 1-3 times 4-5 times

Average monthly income <30000 8.0% 12.8% 2.1%

Tk 30000-50000 11.8% 14.4% 3.2%

Tk 50000-70000 8.6% 11.2% 1.1%

Tk 70000-100000 4.8% 5.3%

Tk 100000+ 6.4% 3.7% 4.3%

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Average monthly income * How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year

Not every year 1-3 times 4-5 times

Average monthly income <30000 8.0% 12.8% 2.1%

Tk 30000-50000 11.8% 14.4% 3.2%

Tk 50000-70000 8.6% 11.2% 1.1%

Tk 70000-100000 4.8% 5.3%

Tk 100000+ 6.4% 3.7% 4.3%

Total 39.6% 47.6% 10.7%

Average monthly income * How frequently do you visit a doctor in a year


Crosstabulation

% of Total

How frequently
do you visit a
doctor in a year

More than 5
times Total

Average monthly income <30000 23.0%

Tk 30000-50000 29.4%

Tk 50000-70000 1.1% 21.9%

Tk 70000-100000 10.2%

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Tk 100000+ 1.1% 15.5%

Total 2.1% 100.0%

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Age Gender BY Do_u_visit /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL /COUNT


ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

Output Created 15-May-2016 18:43:46

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
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Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all
the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Age Gender BY Do_u_visit

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Age * Do you visit private 186 99.5% 1 .5% 187 100.0%


medical practitioner

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Age * Do you visit private 186 99.5% 1 .5% 187 100.0%


medical practitioner

Gender * Do you visit private 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


medical practitioner

Age * Do you visit private medical practitioner Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you visit private medical


practitioner

yes No Total

Age Below 20 1.6% 2.2% 3.8%

21-30 65.1% 18.8% 83.9%

31-40 11.3% 1.1% 12.4%

Total 78.0% 22.0% 100.0%

Gender * Do you visit private medical practitioner Crosstabulation

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% of Total

Do you visit private medical


practitioner

yes No Total

Gender Male 58.3% 18.2% 76.5%

Female 19.8% 3.7% 23.5%

Total 78.1% 21.9% 100.0%

CROSSTABS /TABLES=Marital_status Education Occupation BY Do_u_visit /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES


/CELLS=TOTAL /COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

Output Created 15-May-2016 18:45:03

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Marital_status Education
Occupation BY Do_u_visit

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Marital Status * Do you visit 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


private medical practitioner

Education * Do you visit 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


private medical practitioner

Occupation * Do you visit 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


private medical practitioner

Marital Status * Do you visit private medical practitioner Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you visit private medical


practitioner

yes No Total

Marital Status Unmarried 67.9% 19.8% 87.7%

Married 9.6% 2.1% 11.8%

Seperated .5% .5%

Total 78.1% 21.9% 100.0%

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Education * Do you visit private medical practitioner Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you visit private medical


practitioner

yes No Total

Education HSC 1.1% 1.1%

Undergraduate 26.7% 8.0% 34.8%

Graduate 39.0% 8.6% 47.6%

Post Graduate 12.3% 4.3% 16.6%

Total 78.1% 21.9% 100.0%

Occupation * Do you visit private medical practitioner Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you visit private medical


practitioner

yes No Total

Occupation Student 35.8% 10.2% 46.0%

Private Service Holder 28.9% 4.3% 33.2%

Public Service Holder 9.1% 3.2% 12.3%

Business 4.3% 4.3% 8.6%

Total 78.1% 21.9% 100.0%

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CROSSTABS /TABLES=Avg.monthly_income BY Do_u_visit /FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES /CELLS=TOTAL
/COUNT ROUND CELL.

Crosstabs

Notes

Output Created 15-May-2016 18:46:19

Comments

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output.sav

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Missing Value Handling Definition of Missing User-defined missing values are treated
as missing.

Cases Used Statistics for each table are based on all


the cases with valid data in the specified
range(s) for all variables in each table.

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Syntax CROSSTABS

/TABLES=Avg.monthly_income BY
Do_u_visit

/FORMAT=AVALUE TABLES

/CELLS=TOTAL

/COUNT ROUND CELL.

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Case Processing Summary

Cases

Valid Missing Total

N Percent N Percent N Percent

Average monthly income * Do 187 100.0% 0 .0% 187 100.0%


you visit private medical
practitioner

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Average monthly income * Do you visit private medical practitioner Crosstabulation

% of Total

Do you visit private medical


practitioner

yes No Total

Average monthly income <30000 15.5% 7.5% 23.0%

Tk 30000-50000 23.0% 6.4% 29.4%

Tk 50000-70000 18.2% 3.7% 21.9%

Tk 70000-100000 9.1% 1.1% 10.2%

Tk 100000+ 12.3% 3.2% 15.5%

Total 78.1% 21.9% 100.0%

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Appendix H: Graphical Model (first one)

Graphical Model:

Up to date equipment

Appropriate
Tangibility
facilities for service
J1, Pg.20,21;J2, Pg.5
Appealing facilities

Employees’ appearance

Providing
preciselyscheduledser Reliability
vice J1, Pg.20,21; J2, Pg.5
Waiting time of the service

Keeping accurate records

Dependable&sencere staffs
Satisfaction

Maintaining smooth flow of patients (Perception of


consumers
Receiving prompt service Responsiveness towards privately
and response upon request J1, Pg.20,21;J2, Pg.5 practicing medical
practitioners)
Prompt willingness to help

Trustworthy

Security
Assurance BEHAVIORAL
Courteous J1, Pg.20,21; J2, Pg.5 COMPONENT

Focused concentration

Convenient operating hours


Loyalty
Personal Attention Empathy (Consumer Preference)
J1, Pg.20,21;J2, Pg.5
Feeling the need

Patients’ best interest


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