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Matter of Focus Choose SmartSurvey

Matter of Focus Choose SmartSurvey

We’re always delighted when an organisation chooses SmartSurvey, and even more so when they decide to tell everyone why they chose us.

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SmartSurvey Appointed a G-Cloud 8 Supplier

We are delighted to announce that we have been successful in our bid to supply online survey services through G-Cloud 8. The G-Cloud Framework, governed by The Crown Commercial Service (CCS), means that our services are more widely available among public sector organisations under the Software as a Service (SaaS) category. Read on to find out more...

How Patient Feedback can Help Drive Improvement

Let’s not beat around the bush; gathering patient feedback is an essential element of continuous improvement! From GP practices to the emergency department at hospitals; from dental practices to maternity teams; all health care providers have a responsibility to listen and respond based on patient experiences. Here we delve deeper into the importance of patient feedback and how it can help you make essential changes…

Case Study: Effective Online Survey Solutions

Norfolk County Council, the local authority for the county of Norfolk, have chosen UK-based SmartSurvey to provide their online survey solutions. To operate effectively the Council, who provide a wide range of services to the public, continually gather feedback from both internal and external audiences. Internally, surveys are administered to support training & development as well as assisting with the implementation of new internal processes. Externally, the Council gathers data from a range...

Public Sector Surveys Case Study: Using Online Surveys for Public Consultation

HealthEast, the local name for Great Yarmouth and Waveney Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), frequently carry out Public Sector surveys to gather feedback. HealthEast work in partnership with other organisations, such as local councils and the voluntary sector, to improve the health and well-being of the residents of Great Yarmouth and Waveney.