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Table 1 Patient–GP rates of agreement on the condition ranked as most important to the patient (data collection January–September 2015)

From: Multimorbidity: can general practitioners identify the health conditions most important to their patients? Results from a national cross-sectional study in Switzerland

   46 groups of conditions (N = 572)
N (%)
15 chapters of the ICPC-2 (N = 585)
N (%)
Agreement The condition that the GP thinks is most important to the patient belongs to the same group/chapter as the condition considered most important by the patient. 217 (37.9) 314 (54.9) 260 (44.4) 373 (63.8)
The condition that the GP thinks is the second most important to the patient belongs to the same group/chapter as the condition considered most important by the patient. 97 (17) 113 (19.3)
Disagreement The conditions that the GP thinks are most important to the patient do not belong to the same group/chapter as the condition considered most important by the patient. 258 (45.1) 212 (36.2)