Patient Satisfaction Surveys

Measurement is the first step that leads to control and eventually to improvement. If you can’t measure something, you can’t understand it. If you can’t understand it, you can’t control it. If you can’t control it, you can’t improve it.

H. James Harrington

Short & Anonymous

Internal, 5-question micro-surveys make feedback short and simple. Because our surveys are anonymous, patients feel comfortable providing honest, objective feedback.

Real-time Integrations

Our practice management integrations mean that surveys are sent in real-time. Patients receive the surveys by the time they reach the parking lot.

Question Randomization

We automatically randomize and rotate the survey questions keeping surveys short and ensuring you to capture a wide range of data.

26% Response rate

Our Micro-Surveys are easy and fun to fill out, leading to high response rates and engagement from patients.​

35+ Healthcare-Focused Questions

Choose from 35+ questions that focus on all aspects of your practice and operations – the doctors, the front desk staff, clinical staff, the check-in process, office cleanliness, and more.

Advanced Targeting & granularity

Target specific patients based on their appointment type. Capture granular data at the individual provider, staff or location level, allowing you to drill down for insights.

Personalized Surveys

Our surveys feature headshots of the providers and front desk staff to add an extra personal touch and increase response rates.​

Redundant Survey Protection

We don't want to overwhelm repeat patients with surveys. Within rater8, you can set survey redundancy protection to any number of days. The default is 45 days which means patients won't receive more than one survey during this time period.

Low Rating Alerts

Our surveys are anonymous. However, when our algorithm detects the patient is unhappy, upon clicking submit, the user will be prompted with: "We strive for 5-Stars. Would you like to share your identity with the practice administrator?"

If the patient chooses to share their identity, an email alert is automatically sent to the practice administrator (or whomever else you designate), allowing the administrator to proactively and promptly address issues as soon as they arise, turning unhappy patients into practice evangelists.

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