FORT WORTH, Texas, May 27 /PRNewswire/ -- DSS Research, the leader in market research for the health insurance industry,
The DSS program has two modules, Monitor and Deep Dive. Monitor gives you current and comprehensive readings on the elements that go into the CMS ratings and provides clear direction for quality improvement efforts. Deep Dive provides in-depth looks at specific problem areas that are dragging down your ratings (e.g., customer service) and assistance on making improvements in member experience and ratings.
Plans can choose to get proactive and start monitoring and improving member experience levels with an end goal of getting more stars!
DSS has been doing research with the senior population and providing guidance to carriers marketing Medicare insurance products for over 20 years. We are the largest submitter of health plan CAHPS to NCQA and the largest submitter of HOS samples to CMS.
Click here to find more information on about the DSS MA Starmaker program: http://www.dssresearch.com/insurance/products_services/starmaker/starmaker.asp
For more information on the DSS MA Starmaker program, you can call 800-989-5150 or email [email protected].
About DSS Research
DSS Research is a national marketing research firm specializing in health care. Over the past 28 years, DSS has conducted research and provided insight for health insurance, health care provider and medical products/pharma organizations across the country. We provide research and insights on product strategy, market segmentation, pricing, brand, market communications, health status and engagement and member/customer experience. DSS employs more than 200 health care market research specialists. http://www.dssresearch.com
™ DSS MA Starmaker program is a trademark of Decision Support Systems, LP.
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