Online Medical Surveys
At GKA we can ensure you maximise completes for your medical surveys. Not only can we cross match your list with our panel and invite panellists to your online survey, but we can also contact all of your client list via telephone to ensure no customer data is left unused.
As well as recruiting the respondents and carrying out the survey, at GKA we carry out full quality control on the data obtained from the surveys and provide the data files to the client.
We have a variety of survey solutions including:
Patient Record Forms (PRFs)
Forms provided to Doctors to complete for each consultation they conduct within a certain criterion over a defined period of time (typically two to three weeks). PRFs can be completed online or on paper forms.
At GKA we can manage the whole process; recruiting the required respondents, managing the despatch and return of the forms and materials necessary for completion, quality checking and coding the data within the forms, digitising the data and providing the finalised data files to the client.
Computer-Aided Telephone Interviews (CATI)
Telephone interviews carried out by the team at GKA following a specific set of questions which are pre-programmed into a software/survey application.
As well as recruiting the respondents and carrying out the survey, at GKA we carry out full quality control on the data input into the system during the course of the interviews and provide the data files to the client.
Online Surveys (a.k.a. Online Self-Completes)
GKA recruit relevant respondent types and send them unique web-links to participate in the survey. The respondent then completes the survey in their own time and the answers are then submitted digitally.
The experts in our in-house programming team can also offer cost effective programming of your surveys where required.
Online interviewing with a difference…
We recruit IDIs and focus groups to be conducted securely via webcam. This facilitates virtual CL days, and ad-hoc interviews, without the travel and catering expenses associated with traditional face-to-face settings.