Tag Archives: Survey Tips

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  1. Importance of Patient Satisfaction Surveys

    3 Reasons You Should Really Take That Patient Satisfaction Survey

    The following blog post was written by Christine Benn, Business Development Coordinator at RMS. In a world where we seem to be inundated with surveys (like receipt surveys and purchase experience emails), which ones are worth filling out? Believe it or not, your healthcare provider’s patient satisfaction survey is one survey that’s well worth your Read more

  2. Outpatient Surgery Magazine

    Patients Will Be Judging Your Facility. Are You Ready for That?

    The following blog post was written by Maggy Stewart, Graphic Designer & Marketing Coordinator at RMS. Do you know how to score high in health rating systems? Equally (if not more) important, do you know what to do when you don’t score high in health rating systems? In the December 2017 issue of Outpatient Surgery Read more

  3. Build The Right Content Marketing Strategy

    Do These 3 Things to Create a Winning Content Marketing Strategy

    The following blog post was written by Maggy Stewart, Graphic Designer & Marketing Coordinator at RMS. A new year means a new opportunity to rejuvenate your content marketing strategy. At its most basic, content marketing is an outline that answers the ‘how’ and ‘why’ of your brand’s mission and content. Meant to guide your approach and Read more

  4. Choosing the right ICH CAHPS vendor

    This Is How You Should Go About Choosing the Right ICH CAHPS®* Vendor

    The following blog post was written by Maggy Stewart, Graphic Designer & Marketing Coordinator at RMS. A new year means a new In-Center Hemodialysis (ICH) CAHPS survey season. At RMS, we’re diving into 2018 by closing the books on the ICH CAHPS 2017 Fall Survey cycle and prepping new and existing clients for the 2018 Read more

  5. Our Best Blogs of 2017

    Do Your Research: Our Best Market Research Blogs of 2017

    The following blog post was written by Maggy Stewart, Graphic Designer & Marketing Coordinator at RMS. As we head into the new year, there couldn’t be a better time to look back at the market research trends and methods that shaped 2017. Our most popular articles of the year covered a variety of useful information, Read more

  6. Insights in the Numbers

    You Have the Research, Now Turn the Numbers into Insights

    The following blog post was written by Josh Elander, Research Associate at RMS. While the numbers that result from a market research study can sometimes speak for themselves, it’s important to be comprehensive. Data should be thoroughly examined for valuable insights, and at the end of a project the findings should tell a story relevant Read more

  7. customer experience

    3 Tips to Elevate the Customer Experience

    The following blog post was written by Maggy Stewart, Graphic Designer & Marketing Coordinator at RMS. Years ago, customer service got a little shifty. It wasn’t uncommon that you found yourself trying to communicate your billing issues via keypad and automated telephone systems. It also wasn’t uncommon to find yourself treated as just another number Read more

  8. 4 Tips for Transcribing Open-Ended Responses

    In-depth interviews (IDIs) are an insightful qualitative research method that allows the researcher to tap into the mind of consumers. To keep costs down, many businesses choose to complete IDIs via telephone, rather than the more costly option of conducting the interviews in-person.  While telephone IDIs provide a cost advantage, the researcher loses the ability Read more

  9. 4 Tips to Shorten the Length of Telephone Surveys

    We’ve referenced it before on this blog, people are “time poor” and keeping a survey short is more critical than ever in our industry. If a survey goes too long (with that threshold being debatable: 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes), the respondent will either become disengaged or simply hang up. We are not big Read more

  10. Question Order Bias in Customer Satisfaction Surveys | Syracuse, NY

    Most people know that the wording of a question on a survey can have an impact on the way respondents answer it. A less obvious, but potentially significant source of bias is the point in the survey instrument at which a question is asked. A good example of this issue is the problem of when Read more

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