Exciting news for our anesthesia clients surrounding a new version of the Anesthesia Patient Satisfaction Questionnaire, the APSQ 2.0. With your input, we’ve optimized the survey, reducing the number of primary questions by 50% while adding the ability to delve into negative patient responses by asking a patient to provide detail on why they’ve given a low score.
Additionally, you now have the ability to add interactive provider photos to the survey (as seen below), ensuring higher quality feedback via patient recognition of their care provider. Even better, beta clients using the APSQ 2.0 saw up to a 70% response rate!
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Congratulations to Great River Health Systems for earning top honors for an outstanding Patient Experience in the first quarter of 2017. Four locations from Great River Health Systems ranked in the Top 10% nationally for overall patient experience based on composite scores. Learn more about SurveyVitals Top 10% Award. About Great River Health Systems Great […]
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In honor of National Nurses Week we examined 4,196 nurses and 286,738 SurveyVitals® patient satisfaction surveys received in 2016 on nurses’ behalf. Check out the top 3 rated areas for both the Anesthesia Patient Satisfaction Questionnaires (APSQ/APSQ2) and the Standard Patient Satisfaction Questionnaire (SPSQ). Are these what you expected? What do you think nurses do […]