Wellness Questionnaire

     

    Patient Satisfaction Survey

     

    Dental Patient Satisfaction Survey

     

    Hair Care Products Survey

     

    Skin Care Products Survey

     

    12 Month Hospital Satisfaction Survey

     

    Child Health Survey

     

    Contact Tracing Form

     

    Corona Virus (COVID-19) Awareness Survey

     

    Corona Virus (COVID-19) Public Perception Survey

     

    Diet and Nutrition Survey

     

    Discharge Survey

     

    Drinking Habits Survey

     

    Employee Concern for Patients Survey

     

    Employees’ Safety Perceptions Survey

     

    Facilities in Hospital Survey

     

    Healthcare Employee Career Development Satisfaction Survey

     

    Healthcare Employee Engagement Survey

     

    Healthcare Employee Work Environment Satisfaction Survey

     

    Hospital Performance Evaluation Survey

     

    Hospital Administration Satisfaction Survey

     

    Insurance Satisfaction Survey

     

    Nursery Satisfaction Survey

     

    Nursing Satisfaction Survey

     

    Old Age Well-being Survey

     

    Patient Experience Survey

     

    Patient Lifestyle Survey

     

    Patients’ Safety Perceptions Survey

     

    Personal Hygiene Survey

     

    Pharmacy Satisfaction Survey

     

    Physician Performance Evaluation Survey

     

    Safety Culture in a Community Pharmacy Survey

     

    Safety Culture in a Medical Office Survey

     

    Safety Culture in a Nursing Home Survey

     

    Safety Culture in Surgery Survey

     

    Safety Culture in the Hospital Survey

     

    Smoking Habits Survey

     

    Survey for Healthcare Professionals in COVID-19 Affected Areasy

     

    Women Health Survey

     
    Procure actionable data across the healthcare sector

    Procure actionable data across the healthcare sector

    With a global net worth estimated to hit a whopping $10 trillion in 2022, the healthcare sector is one of the biggest and oldest sectors in the world. In such a vast industry involving patients, doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers, information management and number-crunching can easily turn into a hurdle. This is where surveys step in. Surveys can help authorities understand the needs of the hour, which keeps the system functioning smoothly and efficiently.

    General healthcare

    General healthcare deals with the physical and mental well-being of humans (and, in the case of animals, veterinary practices). Healthcare has numerous specialties, ranging from neurology to podiatry, as well as psychiatry and other mental healthcare options, and whether it’s a multi-specialty hospital or a clinic, data management is imperative. Surveys can help with data administration and management. For example, surveys can improve the doctor-patient relationship, thereby managing white coat syndrome in many people. They can be used to get feedback on room maintenance, canteen and parking facilities, building safety concerns, etc. Are your patients satisfied enough that they are willing to promote your treatment facilities? Find out with a Net Promoter Score (NPS) survey. Discharge surveys can be helpful to gain insights into the patient’s overall experience.

    General healthcare
    Healthcare technology

    Healthcare technology

    Innovative inventions in medical technology have revolutionized the healthcare industry. Early detection of cancer cells and artery blocks has turned once-fatal ailments into treatable conditions. However, these modern pieces of equipment require extensive maintenance and care, and without proper management, the costs can skyrocket. Surveys can assist administrators with information about the usability of equipment, technical faults, and areas for improvement.

    Public safety and disease prevention

    Understanding the lifestyle and habits of the public can help the government prevent diseases and be better prepared in case of a disease outbreak. Surveys can help in pinpointing the causes of certain illnesses, deciding what to spread awareness on and how to do so, and preventing roadblocks that keep people from leading a healthier lifestyle. A good qualitative research strategy can be helpful to gain insights on public health issues. They help the government and healthcare officials create better healthcare programs.

    Public safety and disease prevention
    COVID-19

    COVID-19

    The healthcare industry faced one of its biggest challenges in recent history with the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. Hospitals could not keep up with the rising number of cases, which resulted in chaos. At times like this, surveys proved to be of vital importance. They helped healthcare officials gauge requirements, better manage resources, and reduce waste. Contract tracing forms were useful in tracing and treating possible carriers, preventing further spread of the virus. Surveys filled by healthcare workers helped governments around the world understand the situation on the front line better and take necessary action. They also provided healthcare workers with the requisite data that helped them efficiently organize vaccination drives.

    Telehealth and beyond

    Providing healthcare to people in remote areas through telecommunication is called telehealth or telemedicine. Telemedicine was shown to be effective during the COVID-19 crisis when medical consultation was provided online, reducing physical contact. It can be useful for military personnel and certain emergencies. However, there are questions that authorities must answer before setting up telehealth services. What is the demographics of the people benefiting from these services? What are the barriers preventing the government from effectively setting up these services? Are the healthcare workers trained to provide telehealth services? Getting patients to rate their satisfaction will help you assess the success rate. Surveys help in finding answers to these questions and aids in planning, execution, and maintenance of telehealth services.

    Telehealth and beyond

    Zoho Survey and HIPAA Compliance

    HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) compliance mandates the process of handling and storing patient data. A patient’s diagnosis reports and personal information are highly confidential, and keeping them protected is one of the major responsibilities of the hospital administration. Zoho Survey is HIPAA compliant, which means our privacy features protect sensitive data and personal health information (PHIs). This includes treatment preferences, financial transactions, and insurance information, and prevents this and other personal data from being disclosed without the patient’s consent.

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