SurveyVitals CEO Bob Vosburgh shares his perspective on the many reasons to consider patient opinion, beyond reimbursement, in a new article featured in the Anesthesia Business Consultants latest issue of the Communique.
Beyond CAHPS: Measuring the Patient Experience Digitally and Why It Matters By Bob Vosburgh, President, SurveyVitals
Here’s an excerpt:
“For every patient who expresses dissatisfaction or voices concern, there are nine or ten more who keep quiet. However, dissatisfied patients are often some of the most vocal. They are likely to tell at least 20 people about their experiences or go to an online review site.
Why does this matter? Aside from the potential impact on a provider’s reputation, patients who rate practitioners’ bedside manner the worst are far more likely to bring a malpractice suit…”
Read the full article here.
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