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Report For Doc Introduces Free Trial To Its Patient Satisfaction Survey Solution

Report For Doc (www.reportfordoc.com) has introduced a 30-day free trial to its patient satisfaction survey solution. The managing director of the company, Sergio Oliveira, says: “We are building strong relationships with our current clients, and our tool has proven valuable for most practices and hospitals in the USA. It is now time to expand and the free trial will allow us to demonstrate to new clients how we can help them.” DENVER, CO, September 08, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ — Report For Doc (www.reportfordoc.com) has introduced a 30-day free trial to its patient satisfaction survey solution. The managing director of the company, Sergio Oliveira, says: "We are building strong relationships with our current clients, and our tool has proven valuable for most practices and hospitals in the USA. It is now time to expand and the free trial will allow us to demonstrate to new clients how we can help them."

Report For Doc offers subscriptions starting at $65/month per doctor and the surveying process was designed to make it convenient for users. Here is how it works:
(i) The doctor signs up and then receives a pack of survey invite cards by mail. Each card contains a unique code and is the size of a standard business card;
(ii) During the visit, the medical staff hands a card to the patient;
(iii) The patient visits http://www.reportfordoc.com and anonymously responds to a standard 20-question survey. The questionnaire evaluates the patient-doctor relationship, the medical staff and facilities.
(iv) The doctor (or medical manager) receives a quarterly report with survey results.

A common concern is whether reports are shared with the public. Sergio emphasizes that the goal of the company is to partner with doctors to help them improve their practices; therefore all reports are confidential and shared solely with the doctor.

As surveys increasingly become a popular a management tool to enhance decision making in every industry, medical practices are quickly discovering their benefits not only to assess performances but also as a way to demonstrate commitment to excellence in patient care.

About the company: Report For Doc offers patient satisfaction surveys to medical managers, physicians, dentists and other doctors in private practices and hospitals. Visit http://www.reportfordoc.com for details.


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