Most everyday goods and services provide plenty of information that guides our purchasing decisions. And we know that if one option doesn’t meet our expectations, there are at least a few others to choose from. With so many choices available, it makes sense that we look to quality as a deciding factor. But when it comes to healthcare, we rarely have transparency into how much a given service will actually cost, the quality of the provider or facility, or details on what to expect before, during, and after care.
Download this eBook to understand:
- How healthcare quality is defined
- How quality of care is measured
- The relationship between healthcare quality and cost (for employers and employees)
- How healthcare guidance technology can help your employees choose higher quality care