Continuously improving with your feedback.
You may receive an invitation to complete a survey following your visit. We use the information you provide to identify areas of improvement and to recognize our team members when they’ve done a great job. You’ll also see summaries of patient feedback on each of our provider’s profiles. If you are invited to participate in our survey program, we sincerely hope you will. If you would like to provide feedback in our office, any team member would be glad to help. Or, feel free to leave a message for our quality improvement team at (503) 646-2793.
Who administers it? Our independent survey partner, SullivanLuallinGroup.
Who is invited to participate and how? All patients we have seen in our offices for whom we have a valid email address on file. Respondents are invited to participate up to once every six months; surveys are completed online.
What questions do we ask and why? Patients are asked to questions about our office, our communication, our staff and billing. They are also asked to rate the provider they saw at their visit in 10 different areas that focus on communication, care coordination and health management. These areas are similar to the ones the Center for Medicaid and Medicare uses to assess quality of care.
What do we do with the information? We use it to identify individual and organizational improvement opportunities and to recognize clinicians who are providing outstanding care and patient communication. We provide it on our website to help other women make decisions about their care.
(a.k.a., displaying patient survey results on our website)
Who administers it? Press Ganey receives our patient survey data securely directly from our independent survey partner, SullivanLuallinGroup.
How frequently is it updated? SullivanLuallinGroup securely transfers data to Press Ganey twice a month. Ratings update automatically; patient comments are reviewed prior to publication for adherence to our comment policy.
What is our comment policy? Both positive and negative comments are posted unless they meet the following exclusion criteria. If present, the comment may be suppressed in part or whole.
Why is data not shown for some providers? For star ratings to be shown, a provider must have received a minimum of 30 patient surveys within the last 12 months. For comments to be shown, a provider must have received a minimum of 30 patient surveys within the last 12 months and at least five comments that meet our comment policy.