Device rates patient satisfaction

Aug. 1, 1998
Developed in cooperation with the University of Missouri faculty, SOAR (Service Oriented Accredited Research) helps take your practice to new heights by:

Developed in cooperation with the University of Missouri faculty, SOAR (Service Oriented Accredited Research) helps take your practice to new heights by:

Showing how your practice ranks against other dentists in the U.S.; revealing your practice weaknesses as well as its strengths; giving you valuable information on how to improve the satisfaction level of your patients; pointing the way toward increasing your profitability; and providing you with a model for the ideal practice.

SOAR utilizes a unique electronic device that makes questioning your patients easy for them and for you. Experts agree that nothing is more important to the future success of your practice than attaining and maintaining the highest possible level of patient satisfaction.

Judged to be statistically valid with an applied factor of one in 10,000, SOAR is based on studies of customer satisfaction (quality of service) that have been done in other fields with stunning success.

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