Mercy Medical Center Redding (Calif.) received the National Research Corp.s Consumer Choice Award for the greater Redding area for 2012/13. The award means local consumers ranked the center as the best for overall quality, best image and reputation, and best physicians and nurses for the sixth year in a row.
The award identifies hospitals healthcare consumers have chosen as having the highest quality and image in more than 300 markets throughout the U.S. This is the 17th year National Research Corp. has awarded hospitals that consumers have recognized for providing high quality healthcare.
“Customer-centric care is based on the notion of extending patient-centered care to all healthcare consumers who are taking the initiative with their healthcare decisions and demanding higher quality,” Susan L. Henricks, president and COO for National Research Corp., said in a news release. “The Consumer Choice Awards recognizes hospitals that patients have rated as the most preferred places to receive care according to quality and image. We congratulate Mercy Medical Center Redding and salute its effort to improve performance.”
National Research Corp. is dedicated to representing the voice of patients and other healthcare stakeholders. Its study data is based on surveys from more than 250,000 households in the U.S. This integration of cross-continuum metrics and analytics uncovers insights for effective performance improvement, quality measurement, care transitions and other factors that affect population health management.
For information on study metrics, visit www.NationalResearch.com.