SPRINGTOWN, TX – SurveyVitals, Inc., a healthcare analytics company specializing in digital patient experience surveys, announced today that Dr. Robert Harrington will join the company as Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Harrington brings with him over twenty years experience and extensive clinical knowledge to the role, having served as a leader in a number of capacities throughout his career with an emphasis on quality.
The appointment is key to SurveyVitals’ ongoing strategy to disrupt the patient survey industry by redefining the way in which patients provide feedback to their providers. In his new position, Dr. Harrington will focus on meeting clients’ needs as the company continues to expand as well as provide support and direction for the development of new features.
“Dr. Harrington is joining us at the perfect time,” said Bob Vosburgh, CEO of SurveyVitals. “He brings the physician perspective we need to properly support our rapidly growing digital solution, which not only provides health systems with patient insights critical to their quality improvement programs, but also helps them meet the ever-growing number of federal requirements for reimbursement from a single platform. Dr. Harrington’s depth of experience will be instrumental as we continue bring new and innovative ideas to market.”
Most recently, Dr. Harrington served as Chief Medical Officer of Reliant Post-Acute Care Solutions where he provided clinical leadership and oversight of the organizations Post-Acute Care Network and medical management programs. Prior to that, he served as CMO for hospitalist physician staffing firm Locum Leaders and as a hospital medicine consultant for practice restructuring and optimization. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Dr. Harrington completed his medical school training at Temple University School of Medicine and a residency in family medicine at The Medical Center of Delaware (Christiana Care). He is a Senior Fellow in Hospital Medicine and is a past president and board of directors member for the Society of Hospital Medicine.
SurveyVitals also recently announced its partnership with Novaetus, Inc., a CMS-certified CAHPS vendor, to fully round out the solution. With over 5 million completed digital surveys in the baseline and a new patient-reported outcomes survey, the company continues to lead the way in offering the most comprehensive digital patient experience solution available.
SurveyVitals inspires positive change in healthcare by providing real-time, actionable patient feedback to providers and organizations through innovative technology. With intuitive, in-depth reporting via online client portals, SurveyVitals provides the tools needed to succeed in today’s rapidly changing healthcare landscape. The solution supports more than 16,000 providers operating across 38 states. For more information, visit www.SurveyVitals.comContact
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