Quality and safety commission looking to improve patient experience surveys

New Zealand's Health Quality and Safety Commission is in the market for improved systems to manage its quarterly adult patient experience surveys, which since their launch have collected responses from over 200,000 participants.

The inpatient experience survey (IPES) began in 2014 and the primary care patient experience survey (PCPES) was launched in 2016 and collects data from about 80 per cent of NZ general practices.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: NZ Health Quality and Safety Commission

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