Make better decisions and keep your patient health data safe and secure during online healthcare questionnaires, health evaluations, and medical research surveys
Healthcare questionnaires, health evaluations, and medical research surveys are all types of health-related online surveys that are frequently administered to individual patients. They include sensitive physical health information, and are used to help identify and evaluate risk factors for certain diseases and conditions; and to collect feedback to improve business operations and to enhance the patient experience. The main goal of any health-related survey is to provide recommendations to achieve better health and to create a healthier lifestyle. Continue reading →
Learn how to turn complaints into compliments using Automated Email Alerts in Snap Survey Software
Act fast when participants respond negatively to your online satisfaction survey with Automated Email Alerts. Automated Email Alerts are quick and simple to set-up in Snap Survey Software. They can be triggered by a highly specific answer or a combination of answers, and sent to any valid email address – even the participants own. Email messages can contain pre-written text and survey responses, and include information from your database, for example, a unique ID, name, and contact details. Continue reading →
What’s new in Snap WebHost? Enhanced password security, options to search, sort, and manage your online surveys, and more…
We have added some great new features to Snap WebHost, our online survey management system – providing online surveys and mobile interviewing managed through one easy to use online subscription service.
As part of our ongoing efforts to maintain the highest standards of security, we’ve strengthened the complexity rules for new and changed passwords. We’ve also added folders for you to organize your surveys, for example, by project or date, plus search and sort options to help you easily find the survey project you’re looking for.
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.
Endicott 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 →
Easily manage your Snap surveys on our secure servers or yours with Snap WebHost
Take a look at the unique features of Snap WebHost, Snap Surveys’ online survey management and reporting system. Access to a Snap WebHost subscription enables users to easily upload and administer online surveys, create email invitations and reminders, manage data collection, and create real-time analysis and reports.
Snap WebHost has many advanced features, including:
Collect partial response data
Track multiple iterations of a survey
Seed responses from a database
Use patterns to validate open-ended questions
Check values of open-ended questions
Share real-time analysis and reports with individual clients and stakeholders
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.*
Surveys 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 →
Why is it important to consider the respondent’s point of view when designing surveys?
When designing a survey, it’s easy to forget the people who matter most in the process – the respondents. We’re focused on the outcome, the insight we need to make that important decision, and respondents can be neglected. Online surveys allow us to collect data without anyone having direct contact with respondents. Respondents are out of sight and, often, out of mind.
Think before you ask survey respondents questions that may not be easy to answer without calculations
Asking percentage questions can provide useful data. But, if they are difficult for the respondent to answer, using them may decrease response rates or compromise the quality of data if answered incorrectly.
Snap Surveys guest blogger, Gary Austin of Austin Research discusses his personal experience with a client who wanted to include a question in a B2B survey asking retailers what percentage of their sales of a certain product were accounted for by different brands in his blog post, It’s not a math exam! Don’t ask respondents to calculate percentages (below).Continue reading →
Access our new, helpful worksheet to learn how to use geolocation in your online surveys and ready for mobile devices.
Capturing a respondent’s location is useful if you are creating an online survey with Snap WebHost edition that is to be completed on a mobile device, or a mobile survey for Snap Mobile Anywhere. The survey must be running on a device which can capture geolocation information, (such as a GPS-enabled tablet).
Location data is only available in Snap WebHost and Snap Mobile Anywhere editions. It’s stored in the ID.location variable in WGS84 (World Geodetic System) format. You can extract the separate elements of the location data by using the system patterns provided.
We have developed a worksheet describing how you can add the respondent’s location to a Snap Mobile Anywhere or a Snap WebHost survey. It assumes that the survey will run on a GPS-enabled phone or tablet (Global Positioning System). This worksheet also includes an example of how you can extract valid location data for analysis.
Summary of worksheet steps
Step 1: Enable geolocation in your survey
Step 2: Configure how accurate the data is
Step 3: Publish the survey and prepare it for interviewers
Take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of the face-to-face data collection method
As with any research project, data collection is incredibly important. However, several aspects come into play in the data collection process. The three most crucial aspects include: the cost of the selected data collection method; the accuracy of data collected; and the efficiency of data collection.
Despite the rise in popularity of online and mobile surveys, face-to-face (in-person) interviews still remain a popular data collection method. A face-to-face interview method provides advantages over other data collection methods. They include: Continue reading →