This is a great way to capture information in the moment, reduce recall, and streamline patient data collection. It's as simple as a nurse bringing an iPad or tablet into the patient room and collecting the data in real-time. Data collected is stored in one place automatically and securely, which eliminates the need to manually scan and input information into your database.
In addition to all the benefits above, you can increase response rates and capture more information to act on. Some clients using SurveyPocket include Cincinnati Children's Hospital and NetCare. NetCare uses SurveyPocket in multiple hospitals in 3 different countries in multiple languages. They are able to easily cross-tabulate data to see differences by location.
This is a good example of a patient survey in SurveyPocket. We received this survey on paper a couple of weeks after a visit to the Sycamore Medical Center in Dayton, OH. We took the handwritten survey and digitized it to work on online, on tablets and smartphones. The survey captures information on overall experience from patient wait times, friendliness of staff, insurance information, and satisfaction with doctors and nurses. Watch the video to see the survey in action.
Last month at Survey Analytics we ran a fun research project using our own tools and resources on beer consumption, spending and more to general population in the US. After publicizing the results from the study, we picked up a lot of interest in the industry and the results were featured in places like Beverage World Magazine, Brewbound, Bustle, Ohio: The Beer Blog and more.
See a SurveyPocket survey in action collecting data offline and how the results come across to analyze online. Once an internet connection is found, the data is synchronized and available in seconds for reporting and further review on the Survey Analytics cloud enabled platform. The survey example we used in this video is a custom themed general customer service survey running on an iPad at a local coffee shop.