Effective treatment and efficient practices using text analytics
Some examples of instant insights around Health and Pharma
- A comparison between two therapy apps reveals that online therapists need to be more available
- Benenden Health’s membership is of no use according to customers
- Babylon Health’s customers tired of the waiting time
- The pump of NoseFrida Nasal Snot Spray is inefficient
- Analysis of NeilMed Nasogel Spray reviews indicates resilient packaging
- The bottle pump of Ayr Saline Nasal Gel keeps breaking according to customers
- Xlear Nasal Spray bottle pump isn’t functioning
- Little Remedies Saline Spray and Drops’ customers appreciate the price
- ValuMeds Allergy Medicine seems to have packages that are too hard to open
- Xyzal Allergy Pills make you sleepy
- Kirkland Signature might want to consider making smaller packages
- Customers of online doctor companies are having issues booking meetings with doctors
- Benadryl Ultratabs might want to improve their packaging
- It seems that LiveHealth Online asks the right questions
- Is the Teladoc app deliberately slow?
- Ask NHS seem to keyboard issues
- COVID Symptom Tracker might need to improve their questions
- MDLIVE seem to have long waiting times and a problematic booking system
- Is PlushCare helping people feel safe?
- Is the app Doctor On Demand to hard to use?
- Kry, one of the many saviors during the current crisis
- CVS, the general store that calls itself a pharmacy
- Analysis of Amwell shows frustration with last-minute cancelation
- Apotek1 seems to keep on hustling
- Review analysis of Lloyds Pharmacy suggests they need to keep a closer eye on their stock
- The success and failures of Pharmacy2U
- Review analysis of Drogerie Markt suggests that the DM should look over their website
- The pros and cons of RiteAid Pharmacy
- Analysis of 4 469 reviews suggests Chemist Direct discovered their golden formula
- Analysis of 480 reviews show that Aspen Dental needs to take better care of their clients
- Our analysis of 705 reviews shows eHealth Insurance can be hard to reach
- Analyzing 924 reviews about Care.com might give an explanation to why users are so dissatisfied
- Analysis of 526 iHerb reviews reveals the need to be more transparent with their customers
- Customers are happy with Jack Black Face Moisturizer
- Analyzing 7 956 reviews about laser eye surgery company Optical Express shows high prices and lack in customer care
- Analysis of 3 840 Affordable Dentures reviews shows long waiting times
- Analysis of 9 930 reviews for 1-800-Dentist shows complaints about insurance
- We analyzed 1 147 reviews about La Roche-Posay Sunscreen
- We analyzed 861 reviews about Oral-B Pro 3000
- We analyzed 3 014 reviews about Amazons Elements baby wipes
- We analyzed 2 000 reviews about Samsung Galaxy Smartwatch
- Hospitality at the hospital – 321 reviews of LAC + USC Medical Center
- We analyzed 5 500 reviews about Vitality Insurance
- We analyzed 2 107 reviews about Summit Professional Education
- Analyzing 2 361 reviews about online medical app Pushdoctor
- Summary of 21 598 reviews on Pharmacy First
- Summarizing 1 130 Reviews about Nextgen Population Health
Patient care and improving treatment effectiveness are some of the most important priorities at hospitals. Many leading hospitals are doing surveys to try and improve the care for patients. However, sometimes the surveys miss important questions because a survey can only have so many questions. Unless you let the patient or healthcare professional answer in an open ended format.
Human error and bias can easily affect analysis of open-ended text data – unless you use the right tools to model the data and process the results.
Quickly find out how to improve your practice and help patients
After collecting open ended questions, the difficult part is analyzing all the text data. In a lot of cases, the text data has deeper insights than a 1 – 10 score rating because the respondents are sharing exactly why they are happy or unhappy. With The Gavagai Explorer you can analyze the text data and find exactly what your patients or healthcare professionals need.
You will be able to discover key topics from the text data that is driving satisfaction. Quickly find new issues to work on or track issues across time. With The Gavagai Explorer you can finally find and analyze text data quickly and easily.
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