Accountable Care Organization (ACO) CAHPS®
As an MSSP or Next Generation ACO, you’re required to conduct the CAHPS® survey with an approved vendor.
Clinician & Group (CG) CAHPS®
As a medical group, you understand the growing importance of measuring and tracking the experiences of your patients.
Commercial & Medicaid CAHPS®
As a health plan, you need to conduct the CAHPS® survey for many reasons, including regulatory or compliance requirements, NCQA accreditation, and to have your results available for consumers making plan choices.
As a Hospice Agency, you know you’re required to conduct the ICH CAHPS® survey with an approved vendor.
In-Center Hemodialysis (ICH) CAHPS®
As a dialysis facility, you’re required to conduct the ICH CAHPS® survey with an approved vendor.
Medicare & Prescription Drug Plan (PDP) CAHPS®
As a Medicare Advantage Plan, MA-PD or MA-PDP, you are required to conduct the CAHPS® survey with a CMS-approved vendor.
Outpatient & Ambulatory (OAS) CAHPS®
As an outpatient ambulatory surgery facility, you may soon be required to conduct the CAHPS survey with an approved vendor.
Qualified Health Plan (QHP) CAHPS®
If you are a Qualified Health Plan (QHP) offered through an exchange, you are required to select a CMS-approved vendor to conduct an Enrollee Satisfaction Survey – also known as the QHP CAHPS®.
Medicare Health Outcomes Survey (HOS)
Medicare Health Outcomes Survey (HOS) is required of all Medicare Advantage plans by CMS.
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Background DSS Research created a “home survey” to capture the level of satisfaction of consumers receiving dialysis treatments in a home setting. After several implementations of the home survey, comparisons were made between the home survey results and the more...
Background The basic fundamentals of survey research are well known. Draw a representative random sample. Make sure that the source file includes all eligible members, and does not systematically exclude some populations. With a large, representative, random...