October 21-27 is National Healthcare Quality Week. This week is dedicated by the National Association for Healthcare Quality to celebrating the contributions professionals have made to improve healthcare quality.
At SurveyVitals, we understand the value of improving patient safety and outcomes, performance and process improvement, and utilizing data analysis to drive improvement. In fact, these are the things that have shaped our solution. Since 2002, we have built into our system tools and features that help our clients make data-driven decisions to provide the highest quality of care to their patients. We have worked with industry experts and listened to the needs of our clients to be sure our solution helps achieve quality improvement goals.
We want to thank all of our clients for your hard work in providing a higher quality of care and better patient experience. Did you know there are a few ways you can celebrate with SurveyVitals?
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Are you participating in MIPS? If so, you should know that there are going to be some changes to the program in 2019. CMS has been collecting stakeholder feedback about MIPS over the past couple years, which they’ve used to continue to develop the program. While MIPS will look very familiar next year, there are […]
BOISE, ID (Press Release) – SurveyVitals, Inc., a healthcare analytics company specializing in digital patient experience surveys, announced their approval by the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) to administer the HCAHPS survey. The company becomes one of only 28 certified vendors in the nation. “This approval is significant in that it allows us […]
The redesigned MOCA 2.0 (Maintenance of Certification in Anesthesiology) allows anesthesia diplomates to complete a variety of new activities to meet the Part 4 Quality Improvement requirement. Diplomates are required to earn a minimum of 50 points during their ten-year MOCA 2.0 cycle by choosing and completing quality improvement activities most relevant to their practice. […]
Unverified online patient reviews do not always correlate with actual patient experience, according to a new study published by the Mayo Clinic. Can you trust what people say about doctors online? That’s the question that researchers from the Mayo Clinic set out to answer when they started collecting data from online patient reviews in 2014. […]