Black Book Rolls Out New Healthcare Mobile Survey Apps

Black Book Rolls Out New Healthcare Mobile Survey AppsAhead of the weekend, Black Book Research, a surveyor of tech users, announced the release of mobile survey and polling applications for IOS and Android.

In addition to Black Book’s online web surveys, panel interviews and call center conducted assessments, the firm added recent improvements in the choice of survey digital experiences to shed new light on the demands, preferences and recommendations of the all user levels among healthcare software products and services, a provided statement explains.

We’re told that over 1,400 vendors are included in the survey apps with the option for respondents to write-in a vendor’s name if it does not appear.

“Since 2000, Black Book has been innovating with ways to target, attract, and retain certain key user demographics, especially those in clinical, medical and non-IT management roles,” said Doug Brown, the firm’s managing partner.  “We believe that our mobile survey apps are the solution rating research clients have been looking for because it enables the timely engagement of survey-takers on mobile devices which certainly will lead to higher response rates from multiple levels of the client experience.”

“Additionally, Black Book has the responsibility to the healthcare industry to deliver the highest level possible of independently verified data quality and survey fraud protection,” said Brown.

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