The Oas Cahps Compendium: A Guidebook For Improving Patient Experience And Outcomes Across The Ambulatory Surgery Continuum
The Outpatient and Ambulatory Surgery Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (OAS CAHPS) survey will shift the outpatient perioperative landscape considerably.The survey, which aims to improve the nation s quality of healthcare in the perioperative space, measures patient experiences with their surgeries performed at hospital outpatient surgery departments (HOPDs) or ambulatory su...
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gery centers (ASCs).The ability to create an always experience for patients is what will differentiate and set you apart from your competitors. That s why Studer Group created The OAS CAHPS Compendium. Its a series of whitepapers that offers tools, tactics and specific examples that will assist your team in achieving their desired ambulatory surgery goals.The OAS CAHPS Compendium offers:A primer on the OAS CAHPS survey, including an overview and introduction to the survey questionsA detailed look into each OAS CAHPS Domain and individual questions that make up the surveySpecific tools, tactics, scenarios and examples that are proven to make an impact in your Outpatient Ambulatory Surgery areasA case study example on how enhanced perioperative care can improve patient experiencesThe most critical aspect of enhanced perioperative care is being centered on the patient. This requires all stakeholders to work together in collaboration to provide coordinated care to patients. Following best practices of implementation and evidence-based leadership, surgical centers will see the fruits of this labor in the form of increased patient satisfaction, decreased complications, and increased volume and revenue.