Seattle Met Surveys More Health Care Providers Than Ever in 2012
Seattle Met is partnering with ratings company Avvo to present a comprehensive survey of the best health-care professionals in the Seattle metropolitan area. Practitioners with the highest Avvo Ratings will be listed in _Seattle Met_’s best-selling Top Doctors feature in August 2012. Read on to learn more….
Peer Surveys Round Out Ratings
Attention ARNPs New!, Acupuncturists, Chiropractors, Naturopaths, and Optometrists
Avvo Ratings are not available for these specialists, so we are conducting a peer survey of ARNPs, Acupuncturists, Chiropractors, Naturopaths, and Optometrists. All doctors, nurses, and physician assistants are asked to nominate colleagues in these fields who they would choose to treat themselves or their loved ones.
About Avvo Ratings
More Doctors Evaluated Seattle Met and Avvo’s survey evaluates all Medical Doctors, Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine, and Doctors of Podiatric Medicine licensed in the state of Washington.
How Are Doctors Rated? Factors such as continuing education, awards, fellowships, hospital privileges, disciplinary history, and peer endorsements can affect a doctor’s rating.
In-Depth Online Profiles Links from seattlemet.com to doctor profiles at avvo.com give patients greater confidence in your expertise and quality of care.
It’s Completely Free to Create a Thorough Profile that Accurately Represents You and Your Practice
By Sunday, April 22 at midnight, doctors should:
- Claim or update Avvo profiles with their latest achievements and accolades.
- Vote in our complementary peer survey for the best ARNPs, acupuncturists, chiropractors, naturopaths, and optometrists.
- Download instructions and more information on claiming and updating your Avvo profile.
Attention Hospital and Clinic Administrators
- ♦ How can I nominate doctors and nurses in the peer survey?
- ♦ How does Avvo rate doctors?
Download instructions and more information on claiming and updating your Avvo profile.
Contact: Email managing editor Ariana Dawes at adawes
Updated March 13, 2012, to reflect deadline change.