Be Nice To Customers – It’s Free

In a huge study of hospital patient satisfaction (nearly 140,000 patients from 225 hospitals surveyed) 15 determinants of a patient’s satisfaction level rose to the top.

Here’s the amazing thing – not one had anything to do with their health outcome!  All 15 were connected to the quality of the patient’s interaction with hospital staff and employee satisfaction among staff members*.

It doesn’t cost anything to be nice to our customers.  It doesn’t cost anything to be thoughtful or to focus on how you can lift their day.  And it means a ton to them; maybe more than the product or service they buy from you.  Be nice – it’s free!

 

*“Putting Patients First” – Frampton, Gilpin and Charmel

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