Belgian Initiative, PT3, Using Snap Surveys to Measure Patient Satisfaction

Belgian Initiative, PT3, Using Snap Surveys to Measure Patient Satisfaction

PT3, a Belgian based initiative focused on satisfaction measurements in various areas of hospitals, has collaborated with the marketing division of NSF Euro Consultants to develop a solution to measure hospital satisfaction in an increasingly mobile-focused world.pt3

The program began as a pilot project in patient satisfaction in hospital emergency wards through the Flemish Association of Emergency Department Heads. Through this partnership, PT3 launched an initiative to proactively collect satisfaction feedback from patients. Currently, 5 hospitals are involved with this initiative and are now administering patient satisfaction surveys to measure and compare satisfaction ratios. As the project expands, PT3 expects more hospitals to come on board. Continue reading

Why Endicott College Research Center Uses Snap WebHost In-House Installation

Learn why Endicott College Research Center uses Snap WebHost installed on their own servers to administer and manage surveys.

More and more Snap Surveys customers are choosing the unique benefits of an in-house installation of Snap WebHost. We asked Michael Roberts, Research Operations Manager at Endicott College Research Center, about their current survey projects, and why their team preferred an in-house installation of Snap WebHost.

Background

Endicott College Research CenterEndicott College Research Center uses Snap WebHost to administer Accreditation surveys for schools all over New England (secondary schools accredited by New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)) as well as all over the world (The NEASC Commission on International Education (CIE) and The Council of International Schools – (CIS)). They work in conjunction with these accreditation bodies to help these schools with the Self Study portion of their accreditation renewal report. Surveys are administered via Snap WebHost to every student, faculty member, staff member, and parent in the school community. They then collate the results from each response group into a cohesive report.  Continue reading

Princeton National Surveys Leverages Powerful Features of Snap Survey Software

Guest Post: Learn how Princeton National Surveys leverages the powerful features of Snap Survey Software to target and balance respondent samples

by: Scott Fulmer, Research Manager, Princeton National Surveys

A Snap Surveys client for over ten years, Princeton National Surveys (PNS) leverages powerful features of Snap Survey Software to target and balance respondent samples. The advanced technology offered by Snap Surveys enables PNS to collect more complex sample combinations than what is possible with less sophisticated do-it-yourself online survey apps.*

Princeton-National-SurveysSurveys deployed on Snap WebHost, Snap’s online survey management and reporting system, can be programmed with interlocking quotas based on any number of questions, including numeric-entry questions (such as ZIP Code), and the detected screen size of a respondent’s device. The key to this technique is Snap’s feature called derived variables. Using derived variables in Snap Survey Software, a survey designer can write expressions to combine, convert, segment, or calculate responses. Logical, literal, numeric, date, and time expressions are supported. Continue reading

Tractivity Benefits from Snap Mobile Survey Technology

Snap Surveys partner, Tractivity software from RE:SYSTEMS, has been selected by London Resort Company Holdings (LRCH) to manage the public consultation and stakeholder engagement process for the London Paramount Entertainment Resort.

Snap Surveys has partnered with Tractivity, a leading cloud-based software for Customer Relationship Management (CRM), stakeholder engagement, and inquiry handling, to provide customers with seamless survey feedback management and reporting. Surveys can now be created and managed using Snap’s advanced Snap WebHost online and mobile survey management system. Responses are then integrated into Tractivity for reporting and analysis.

“…Using the Snap Surveys functionality, which is fully integrated into Tractivity, all public responses, engagement, dialogue and enquiries have been collated in one central place and reports generated and analyzed.” Source: Tractivity System is Paramount in Public Consultation Process

Mark Rutter, Head of Tractivity at RE:SYSTEMS was quoted in an article released by the company. Mark says, “We are delighted that the London Paramount project has been the first client to benefit from our partnership with Snap Surveys through full integration with Tractivity software, saving the client valuable time and resources in collating all data and communications together.”  Continue reading

Tractivity Customers Gain Greater Insight with Snap Surveys

Tractivity partners with Snap Surveys to give their customers greater insight

Tractivity-partner-Snap-SurveysSnap Surveys has partnered with Tractivity, a leading cloud-based software for Customer Relationship Management (CRM), stakeholder engagement, and inquiry handling, to provide customers with seamless survey management and reporting. Surveys can now be created and managed using Snap’s advanced Snap WebHost online and mobile survey management system. Responses are then integrated into Tractivity for reporting and analysis.

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Our experienced Research Services team can help with any aspect of your survey project – from survey design, and data management, to analysis and reporting. Whatever your needs may be, we can help. We work with a diverse range of customers across the public and private sectors, and our services are open to everyone, not just Snap Survey Software users.  Continue reading

Snap Surveys Helps Bournemouth Borough Council Collect Survey Data

Case Study: Snap Surveys lends help to Bournemouth Borough Council to collect and collate feedback from tenants and residents.

bournemouthccSnap Surveys’ UK in-house research team have been working with Bournemouth Borough Council to collect feedback from their tenants and residents. The Council is an experienced Snap Survey Software user. They had a survey ready to go and the analysis all planned, but they needed our specialized skills and resources to identify and reach a representative sample, and provide reliable and accurate data for their analysis. Continue reading

Case Study: Snap Survey Software Helps Conwy County Borough Council Measure Vital Outcomes Information

CASE STUDY: Turning the Curve: How Snap Survey Software Helps Conwy County Borough Council Measure and Share Vital Outcomes Information

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Alan Thompson is Project Officer at Conwy County Borough Council in North Wales. He’s been an enthusiastic user and evangelist for Snap Survey Software in the council for over 10 years.

Like many of our customers, Alan has been keen to exploit the full potential of Snap’s survey software solutions, in particular reporting and analysis.

“The intuitive simplicity of using Snap for analysis really opens up the data and helps us turn ordinary data into business intelligence,” Alan explains.  Continue reading

Sport Wales: The School Sport Survey goes from strength to strength

Sport Wales is the national organisation responsible for developing and promoting sport and physical activity in Wales. The School Sport Survey is the largest survey, of any kind, of young people in the UK and possibly the largest survey of its kind in the world.

Sport Wales approached Snap’s Research Services team to manage the 2013 School Sport Survey.

  •  The online survey is split into a sport participation questionnaire which is completed by pupils and a sport provision questionnaire completed by a member of the sports teaching staff. 1328 primary, 222 secondary, 69 independent and 42 special schools were invited to take part.  
  • Snap’s online survey management solution collated over 100,000 responses and dealt with up to 5,000 simultaneous log-ins. 947 unique Smart Reports were produced in total. Responses and reports produced were more than double those of the last survey in 2011.

Becca Mattingley, Senior Research and Evaluation Officer at Sport Wales comments, “Snap Surveys provided us with an online survey solution that goes beyond what we had been able to achieve in previous years. “

Smart Reporting allowed us to produce a set of unique reports with data from multiple surveys providing our partners with a comprehensive set of high quality reports that they can use for sports development, educational and planning.”

If you’d like to find out more about fully secure online surveys and Smart Reporting get in touch.

Shine Feedback Profit from New Smart Reporting Capability in Snap Survey Software

See how Shine Feedback, a Snap Survey Software customer, profits from the new Smart Reporting capability

Snap-Survey-Software-Smart-ReportingOne of the first organizations to take advantage of Snap Surveys’ new Snap Smart Reporting capability is Shine Feedback, a UK consultancy specializing in employee feedback and engagement.

Shine has been a Snap Survey Software customer for over 10 years. When they heard that we were looking for beta testers for the new Snap software upgrade, Snap 11 with Smart Reporting, they immediately saw the benefit to their business and got in touch.

Pippa, the Client Services Manager at Shine, and long time user of Snap Survey Software takes up the story. Continue reading

The patient experience – Stephen Ashmore co-founder of the Clinical Audit Support Centre

Snap surveys recently spoke to a number of health professionals involved in patient experience and clinical audit.

Stephen Ashmore is co-founder of the Clinical Audit Support Centre. 

“The whole area of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMS) has also taken off in the last two to three years,” adds Stephen. “This involves asking patients about their experiences of, for example, a recent operation. Hospitals need to know not just that medical procedures have gone ahead smoothly, but also whether patients are happy with the outcome.”

Read more about how Stephen sees the future for clinical audit and patient experience surveys in the UK