Press Release – SurveyVitals Partners with athenahealth’s ‘More Disruption Please’ Program

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Timely Patient Feedback Can Help Providers Improve Their Patients’ Perceptions of Care and Reduce Malpractice Risk

SurveyVitals®, an automated, cost-effective quality and patient satisfaction survey solution provider, today announced a partnership with athenahealth® through athenahealth’s ‘More Disruption Please’ program. SurveyVitals is now part of the athenahealth Marketplace offerings. Together, the companies will work to link athenahealth’s growing network of more than 67,000 health care providers with SurveyVitals to improve their patients’ perceptions of care and reduce malpractice risk.

“SurveyVitals delivers a high-value quality tool,” said Bob Vosburgh, President of SurveyVitals. “Unlike traditional paper surveys, our real-time solution truly helps providers improve patients’ perceptions of care. Patient satisfaction measures are already being incorporated into many QCDRs (Qualified Clinical Data Registries) to meet PQRS (Physician Quality Reporting System) requirements. Now is the time to establish a quality program, and we can help. We’re thrilled to be integrated with athenahealth since it allows our mutual clients to start gathering patient feedback with just a few clicks. Detailed reporting and notifications guide providers toward real improvement.”

athenahealth is a cloud-based services company with a vision to build an information backbone to help make health care work as it should. This relationship will allow SurveyVitals to spread awareness of athenahealth’s cloud-based based services to clients who are looking for an EHR partner who delivers proven clinical and financial results so providers can stay focused on care.

About SurveyVitals

SurveyVitals helps improve patient care by administering automated, electronic patient satisfaction surveys on behalf of healthcare providers. They help practices and providers Get Better™. Now in their 13th year, they continue to disrupt the outdated model of expensive paper surveys that garner low response rates and provide delayed feedback. Their solution is used by thousands of providers across 58 specialties, and they have millions of surveys in their national baseline.

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September 2nd, 2015 Categories: featured, Patient Experience, Press Release

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