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National Research clients that are embarking on partnerships to improve healthcare outcomes.
National Research Corporation (NASDAQ: NRCIA and NRCIB) today announced results for the first quarter 2015.
National Research Corporation Canada Becomes First Approved to Field Canadian Patient Experiences Survey
National Research Corporation Canada (NRCC) is pleased to announce its approval by the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) as a Canadian Patient Experiences Reporting System (CPERS) Licensed Vendor.
Peer-review healthcare publication covers how to bridge the gap from hospitals to home health and offers best practices to patient engagement.
According to 2014 data, both Georgia nursing home residents and families who have a loved one receiving care, rate satisfaction levels above national norms.
National Research Corporation and Visiting Nurse Associations of America to encourage VNAA members to participate in First of Its Kind research database Project at Annual Meeting
The VNAA Nonprofit Industry Research Database further defines the value of home-based care and adds credibility to advocacy efforts.
Alabama Nursing Homes Continue to Exceed National Satisfaction Rates; Alabama Nursing Home Association Demonstrates Ten Year Commitment to High Quality Care
Nursing home residents, families favor their long term care providers and overall care
New research article published, exploring how 10 hosoitals questions about accommodation to standardized inpatient pediatric and neonatal intensive care unit family experience surveys have been added at 10 U.S. hospitals. Check out this new publication.
Less than six months after its acquisition of Digital Assent, National Research Corporation has licensed its award-winning Reputation solution to health systems, which collectively employ more than 25,000 physicians.
Legendary coach Dr. Tom Osborne spoke with National Research associates today, Tuesday, March 31, about the TeamMates mentoring program and encouraged associates to get involved. Dr. Osborne spoke as a result of National Research being the largest participant in the "Dine at Runza" challenge.