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    Please help constructing a telephone, or in-person interview survey in home healthcare!
    The survey should have 10-15 questions accompanied by a brief background of the problem, trying to measure survey with 8-10 questions, 2-3 demographic questions, 1 open ended question, and 5-6 (multiple choice, multiple response or Likert scale) questions).
    Use at least 3 different question formats. True/false, yes/no, and multiple choice are all forms of multiple choice; include one open-ended question at the end but start with a general question and move toward more specific questions.

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    In the aim towards creating sufficient survey questions by structuring the format on consistency to the overall main objective for conducting research - the focus on home healthcare services for targeted consumers. Thus, the following will represent examples to utilizing a model for completing the assignment of survey questions to elaborate and/or recreating new research questions accordingly:

    Sample A: Demographic questions specifications

    1. In the last year have your income levels exceeded $25,000 (try and use the responses to determining the income levels for affordability to home healthcare, depending, on the price matrix initial planning setting point can determine either increasing or decreasing for affordability).

    2. Which ethnic group does you fall within from White American, African American to Indian?

    3. What is the gender of the participant? (Try also in having a way to ask the last few months in purchasing similar services to assist in the type of targeted demographic more than likely using home healthcare)

    Sample B: Opened ended questions

    1. What do you feel about the home healthcare services previously offered or using such services?

    2. Can you explain in how you could use home healthcare services either directly or indirectly (try and think of co-sponsoring the concept that either the participant might have a good candidate for such services - that could expand demographic range)

    3. Healthcare is very expensive these days, in reflecting, what is your feeling on the issue?

    Sample C: Multiple choice, responses

    1. In selecting the perfect home healthcare service will it be based on the following; (a) price (b) access to professional care takers (c) convenience in scheduling

    2. How can the selection process of such service overall benefit the end user; (a) flexible options ( b) lower pricing levels (c) easy method in changing service levels

    3. Which provider will serve you more productive (a) a well known prior business entity of resources (b) the reputation in providing long-term care over a period of time (c) the listing of available talented medical providers.

    Basically, the aim in the generating of questions within certain frameworks of focuses depends on the overall research objective (the home healthcare serving a few or many on particular pricing levels). Therefore, the objective is in presenting a model of focusing on direct questioning for responses or indirectly (open / ended questions) to satisfying the research study questions.

    The above response is from own expert knowledge and academic studies. Where outside sources were utilized as reference in-text, the following information is provided:

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