Ambulatory Surgery Center

Improve your patients’ experience with provider-specific feedback for your entire surgical team.

Patient Feedback All In One Place

Spend more time with your patients and less on administration. Our automated solution allows you to gain actionable patient insights in real-time to improve care and meet regulatory requirements.

Ambulatory Surgery Survey

  • Optimized 35 question survey
  • Drill down questions prompted by patient selection of low score
  • Surgeon, anesthesiologist, nurse anesthetist, resident, or care team capable

Focus Areas

Staff Reception Wait Times Communication Adequate Time Respectful Decision Prep Ensure Comfort Privacy Respected Ease Anxiety Overall Comment

Reimbursement Fulfillment

Additional Options

Available Survey Modes

  • Text-Message
  • Email
  • Interactive Voice Response

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What’s Included: The 360° Solution

The full feedback loop providing insight into the many aspects of your workflow.

Patient Experience

Surgical Experience

Quickly understand patient needs and address lasting concerns with SurveyVitals’ surgical experience survey. Actionable insights in real-time to guide your quality improvement efforts.

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Patient Reported Outcomes

Designed as a follow-on survey, the Global Surgical Outcomes Survey asks patients to assess areas of their recovery like return to function, pain, and mobility.

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Reimbursement Fulfillment


Be prepared for upcoming outpatient and ambulatory surgery CAHPS requirements with SurveyVitals’ blended approach using both digital and paper.
Partner Feedback

Group Evaluation

How are you perceived by your hospital and facility partners? Candid feedback as often as you’d like with an easy to administer survey.
Provider Feedback

Practitioner Satisfaction

Gain important insights from your physicians on their quality of life at work.

Related Resouces

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Measuring the Patient Experience Digitally: Why it Matters?

SurveyVitals CEO Bob Vosburgh shares perspective on the many reasons to consider patient opinion beyond reimbursement

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Study: Unverified Patient Reviews an Unreliable Guide

Can you trust what people say about doctors online? That’s the question that researchers from the Mayo Clinic set out to answer when they started collecting data from online patient reviews in 2014.

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Patient-Reported Surgical Outcomes

Designed as a follow-on to the initial patient experience survey, patients provide feedback on important aspects of recovery.