CAHPS Survey Collection And Submission Solutions Are Now Available...
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CAHPS Survey Collection And Submission Solutions Are Now Available On Socialclimb

Healthcare Tech Outlook | Monday, September 05, 2022

Customers may now easily gather and submit CAHPS surveys using SocialClimb's healthcare marketing platform.

Fremont, CA: Technologies have been transforming the healthcare sector over the past ten years through several advancements in illness detection, treatment, and prevention. Without the rapid development of AI-driven technology and the digitalization of healthcare operations in response to more harsh global conditions and the increased need for affordable and high-quality medical treatment, this shouldn't have occurred.

SocialClimb, a leading supplier of healthcare marketing software that links physicians with high-value patients, has launched Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) survey collection and submission solutions, including OAS, CAHPS, HCAHPS, and CG-CAHPS.

Customers may now easily gather and submit CAHPS surveys using SocialClimb's healthcare marketing platform. Multiple partners enable the HIPAA-compliant data collecting procedure, and the SocialClimb platform enables access to extensive reporting. Survey findings are provided to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) following the law. 

"As practices look to the SocialClimb platform to attract patients and improve patient experience, we are excited to round out our suite of survey offerings with CAHPS data collection,'' said Ty Allen, SocialClimb CEO. "It's our mission to help healthcare organizations grow and improve their patient experience."

CAHPS surveys are intended to evaluate and promote quality improvement and a better patient experience with medical facilities and healthcare practitioners. The standardized survey questions & data from the CAHPS surveys assist customers in making educated provider comparisons. CAHPS surveys demonstrate that healthcare organizations are concerned about the standard of patient care and are working to improve their CAHPS survey results.

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