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Surgical Outcome Data with New GSOS Survey

What is GSOS?

Track patients through the entire surgical care continuum with SurveyVitals. Designed to partner with our primary patient satisfaction surveys (APSQ/SPSQ) as a follow-up, the Global Surgical Outcomes Survey (GSOS) helps you identify gaps in care and spot opportunities to improve outcomes.

Include procedural codes with the patient data you’re already sending, and we’ll take care of the rest. GSOS sends a text message or email request to your patients six weeks post-visit.

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Why Choose GSOS?

  • Collect patient feedback about the recovery experience
  • Identify procedure-specific correlations and proactively improve process
  • Track trends across time by procedure for your organization, divisions and individual providers
  • Leverage outcome data to pinpoint common patient concerns associated with any surgical procedure, including outpatient procedures
  • Drive action with robust reporting and raw data download options

Patient Feedback for the Perioperative Surgical Home

As the healthcare landscape continues to shift toward value-based care, your patient satisfaction tool should be keeping pace, too. With many organizations adopting the American Society of Anesthesiologists’ Perioperative Surgical Home (PSH) model and using ERAS guidelines to provide coordinated care, outcome data has never been more important. GSOS works in sync with the PSH model and gives you the tools needed to measure the effectiveness of your programs and assess any breakdowns in process or issues with your care team — from the moment a procedure is decided upon to the recovery phase and beyond.

Ready to get started or want to learn more?

If you are currently a SurveyVitals client, contact your account manager or fill out the form below for a SurveyVitals’ team member to get in touch with you about adding GSOS to your services. Interested to learn more? Provide your details below and we will contact you to schedule a short demo. You can also email us at info@surveyvitals.com or drop us a line using the chat icon below.

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November 30th, 2016 Categories: Patient Experience

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