While technology is pivotal to the evolution of healthcare, putting it to effective use will likely continue to be a balancing act between protecting the provider-patient relationship and making sure patients can access convenient, affordable care. It will be up to providers and healthcare leaders to learn the art of that balance. →
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To gauge the importance of patient experience transparency in healthcare, consider how consumers approach buying decisions. Most wouldn’t dream of making any large purchase before they consulted online ratings and reviews. In many cases, the absence of word-of-mouth from their fellow consumers is an immediate mark of suspicion. No reviews means no trust, which ultimately means no transaction. Such is the hold that transparency has on the economy.Healthcare decisions are no exception. →
Staff in long-term-care (LTC) and senior-living communities perform a vital service. The very best of them not only see to their customers’ care needs, but also go further, creating an environment that feels like home. These organizations—and the people within them—are among the hardest-working in healthcare. They deserve special recognition. →
NRC Health and Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services Announce Sixth Annual Resident Satisfaction Survey and Star Ratings Results
For the last six years, KDADS has worked closely with NRC Health to gather information about day-to-day satisfaction levels directly from residents at nursing homes across the state. In addition to the results from the Resident Satisfaction Survey, NRC Health also calculated satisfaction star ratings for each nursing home community based on questions from the Resident Feedback Survey to supply consumers with necessary information when considering a nursing home. Through this ongoing partnership, NRC Health is readying KDADS with... →
OrthoNebraska was the Top Performing Hospital for small hospitals award-winner at NRC Health’s Symposium. They have a powerful brand presence in the Omaha area, and are known for providing premier orthopedic care. However, their organizational culture is to always strive to improve, and never become complacent. To do this, they knew they needed to get more timely feedback and be more transparent with patient ratings and reviews of their physicians. →