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9 in 10 Americans look for a doctor that uses the latest technology

SWNS
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2 個月前
<p>According to new research, about three in four patients are likely to keep a “mental scorecard” of everything they like and dislike about a doctor’s office.*<br></p><p>In a recent poll of 2,000 Americans — including 1,500 with health insurance and 500 without — data showed that almost four in five respondents (79%) place importance on things like timeliness and wait time*. </p><p>When deciding to stick with the same doctor, two-thirds (67%) also place importance on how personable and engaged their doctor is*, and 39% have switched doctors because the office staff was not friendly.</p><p>In fact, while two in five respondents found themselves at a new office because of a change in their insurance, 35% did so to find a doctor who’d be a “better fit.” </p><p>The poll, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of practice technology leader ModMed®, also asked respondents about their experiences with the technology used at their doctor’s office. </p><p>Overall, nine in 10 said they place importance on their doctor using the latest technology.*</p><p>So much so that for 61% of respondents, being able to make online appointments is an important factor when deciding whether or not to stick with a doctor*. </p><p>Before attending an appointment with a new doctor, thirty-eight percent of respondents said they check out the doctor’s office website, and almost three-quarters (74%) place importance on online reviews when selecting a new doctor*. </p><p>After the appointment, 59% of respondents indicated they are more likely to pay a bill faster if given an online option,* and 44% prefer to access test results either online or through a portal. </p><p>Interestingly, respondents will give new doctors an average of four chances before moving on. <br></p>
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