3 reasons to join PriorityVoice today
PriorityVoice was created to give our members a platform to provide real-time feedback on their health care experience. In just two years, the member-only online panel has grown to more than 2,000 members strong.
Our goal is to continue improving the member experience for you and members like you. In the last year, the PriorityVoice community has given input on how to make our preventive health care guidelines clearer, weighed in on our 2018 brand advertising campaign and provided feedback on our new member video series.
How it works
When you sign up to join PriorityVoice, you'll answer a few short questions that tell us a little bit more about you and your health plan. From there, you're eligible to receive surveys in your inbox asking for your thoughts and opinions on existing and upcoming initiatives.
Now that you know a little bit about it, here are three additional reasons to join PriorityVoice:
It's your chance to be heard
Each survey we send to the PriorityVoice community is aimed at getting feedback that will help us make decisions and take action towards improving the member experience. The answers that come back to use are reviewed and each one is considered. Whether it's a question on member materials, or the description of a new product, your participation makes an impact.
It gives you a glimpse of future initiatives
You get to learn about new initiatives before other members or the public. Being engaged and in the know puts you at a great advantage, especially when it comes to health insurance.
Just because you sign up to participate doesn't mean you have to complete every survey. You can pick and choose which ones you want to take. There's no commitment to joining and you can put in the time and effort you wish.
We invite you to positively impact your member experience for yourself and members like you by joining PriorityVoice. Sign up now!
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