- Appointment setting process: Rings to answer, time to reach reception, courtesy, explanation of COVID 19 or flu season screening, entry requirements and best practices
- Staff appearance: Uniforms, name tags
- Staff procedures and compliance: Patient greeting, check in, HIPAA/privacy, courtesy
- Facility appearance and cleanliness
- Promotional materials
- Waiting area appearance and comfort
- Digital media broadcasts in the waiting area
- Wi-Fi access in the waiting area
- Printed materials in the waiting area
- Service and compliance within hospital food service providers, banks and credit unions, gift shops, pharmacies & medical device providers
Our services help you monitor how your employees, agents and practitioners represent your practice, what information they provide in response to specific sales inquiries, how well they comply with relevant laws and your own best practices, and ways sales and appointment opportunities may be missed.
Healthcare mystery shopping and audits uncover:
Law office telephone mystery shopping uncovers:
- Information gathering skills by the intake specialist
- Courtesy, friendliness, and efficiency of intake staff
- Attorney skills such as providing correct information in a clear manner
- Closing skills, such as asking for the appointment or asking the caller to move on to the next step
- Compliance with your firm’s own standards
- Mystery shoppers use specific scenario details to fit your law firm’s situations and offerings
- Social media monitoring is also available for your practice in our easy to use tool.
Services We Offer
Intake staff at Law Office: Are employees following standards?Over the years, Confero has partnered with a law firm to gather details on phone calls between associates and potential clients. Prospective clients begin with a phone call to the firm, making it a crucial evaluation point. If the associate does not make a favorable impression, the caller is likely to contact other law firms […]
Communication in Healthcare: Is it Clear?A medical device manufacturer approached Confero about filling in the blanks on an important element of the company’s sales process. The manufacturer needed details on how doctors’ offices presented their product’s information when they received phone inquiries about the device. What did prospective patients hear when they called to inquire about the product and the medical […]
Physician Referrals and Patient ServiceConfero partnered with a New York hospital to gather information on how associates in the referral call center met the hospital’s benchmarks. They wanted to know if call center agents were referring doctors in the correct order, as presented online, to ensure an equal number of referrals to each participating doctor. This information could then […]
What Our Clients Say
- Thanks for the great summary. We do intend to start a program again in a few months with modified surveys surrounding new things happening with the practice. Your company has been a big help in restoring our customer service scores.Orthopaedic Practice
- 07 Jul, 2009 by Confero Inc.Many companies that are considering the implementation of a telephone mystery shopping program ask us for sample mystery shopper survey questions. Of course, firms need...
- Experience: our seasoned project leaders will design your program to get the analytics you need.
- Right size, right partner. Large enough for your national program. Small enough for your regional program.
- Best in class program design.
- A proven history of long term, satisfied clients.
- Actionable, easy to use reporting.
- Unlimited dashboard views allow your management team to see their results, their way.
- Reporting tools for every need.
- Social monitoring tools that report alongside mystery shop, audit and on site reports.
- Worthy of your trust. We are known for integrity.
- Comprehensive quality control baked into every process.
- Industry leadership. Active leadership in the Mystery Shopping Professionals Association.
- Performance incentive procurement and fulfillment. Reward your star performers.