The PATH is a patient perception survey designed to provide medical practices with valuable intel on what it is like to be treated within their own clinic. Initiated by researchers at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, this survey gauges the key aspects of the outpatient experience. From access to timely appointments to maintaining good health well after the office visit, the PATH survey includes those crucial aspects that stick in the minds of healthcare consumers.
With the input and guidance of medical practice consultants and field experts, Clearview 360 is proud to announce the launch of the official PATH tool which features 23 quantitative questions, 10 demographic questions and one comment section to collect qualitative feedback. Along with yielding actionable data, the PATH also provides an insight into what patients think, feel and will share with friends, family and on social media.
The PATH also satisfies the survey requirement towards the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) certification. Evidence provided by the NCQA confirms that practices with the PCMH certification also experience an improvement in quality of care as well as a decrease in costs. While the NCQA only requires that outpatients answer survey questions regarding Access/Timeliness of Care, Communication, Care Coordination and Whole-Person care, the PATH survey satisfies an additional 10 domains without increasing the length of the survey. This reporting versatility has been statistically proven and is available only through the PATH offering.
Click Here to Learn More.