Using the likert scale of 1-5, the following chart shows gender plots of the Standard patient satisfaction composite score (the mean of all rating questions excluding the overall rating) vs age group.
*Results derived using composite mean scores from 300,660 completed SurveyVitals patient surveys collected between January 1, 2016, through March 31, 2016 (Quarter 1).What do you think? Does this correlate with your experience? Do you change care based on gender or demographics? Join the conversation now.
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. […]
On January 2, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) launched a new data submission system for groups and clinicians participating in the Quality Payment Program. Here are some key points: Clinicians now submit all their 2017 performance data in the same place. Previously, under the various CMS legacy programs, clinicians had to use multiple […]