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In part 2 of our visit with Eric Parmenter, National Leader of Value-based Care at Collective Health, we discuss a little-known metric that research proves correlates positively with growth. The Net Promoter Score has been used in other industries for more than 10 years, but despite its simplicity and effectiveness, it has not been widely applied in our industry.

Related: Fixing the broken triangle of health care, part 1 – with Eric Parmenter

The best part of this predictive metric is that it only requires that you ask one simple question. While the question may be “simple”, the psychology behind it is anything but. Listen and learn more about this powerful index. We also discuss some thoughts from Eric’s book about reducing stress and enhancing joy!

SPONSOR: Captivated Health (www.captivatedhealth.com)

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