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Industry Insights: Rare Disease Stakeholder Dynamics

July 28th

Olson Research Group and Currant Insights recently partnered to better understand rare disease stakeholder dynamics. After an initial round of exploratory research focused on three rare conditions, we expanded the research scope to survey 845 physicians treating ten rare conditions to further test our hypothesis and refine our model. Results from the research were presented […]

What Do Healthcare Practitioners Really Think of Healthcare Reform?

June 20th

Industry Insights Volume 4: Issue 6 Using our internet-based tool OlsonOnline™, fueled by the engine of our proprietary healthcare database, Olson Research surveyed more than 1,200 HCPs of various specialties to see how they were adapting to the current reforms and how well they understood the reform plans. The answers may not be what you […]

How Are Physicians Utilizing Mobile-Based Survey Tools?

June 24th

Industry Insights Volume 4: Issue 5 Using our new mobile-based survey platform, OlsonOnline™, and fueled by our proprietary healthcare database, Olson Research recently surveyed US physicians to learn more about which physicians were adapting to using mobile marketing research survey tools and how they were utilizing this new technology. The answers may not be what […]

Electronic Health Record (EHR) Platforms: Industry Landscape

March 24th

Industry Insights Volume 4: Issue 4 Using our internet-based tool OlsonOnline™, fueled by the engine of our proprietary healthcare database, Olson Research surveyed more than 1,600 US healthcare professionals, including a mix of PCPs, specialists, and NP/PAs from solo, group, and hospital-based practices in January 2013. The objective for the research pieces was to delve […]

Electronic Health Record (EHR) Adoption: A Closer Look

June 24th

Industry Insights Volume 4: Issue 1 Our research confirms that overall Electronic Health Records (EHR) adoption is on the rise, with 76% of surveyed physicians utilizing EHR platforms in their practices today. However, adoption varies widely both by specialty and practice type. This is the first in our four-part series on EHR and its affect […]

How are Dental Practices Responding to Industry Changes?

January 24th

Industry Insights 1st Quarter 2012 In November 2011, Olson Research surveyed 150 dental practices to gain insights into the makeup of their practice, the services they offered and the nature of their payment structure. Two-thirds (n=102) of the practices were solo practitioners while the remaining third (n=48) had more than one practicing dentist. Of the […]

How Autonomous are Healthcare Practitioners in Making Treatment Decisions?

December 24th

Industry Insights 4th Quarter 2011 In October 2011, Olson Research conducted teledepth interviews with US-based physicians to determine the extent to which treatment decisions by prescribers are made in the evolving healthcare environment. We wanted to explore whether treatment decisions are being made in a state of autonomy or are healthcare practitioners pressured to treat […]

Are Physicians Willing to Have Their Patient’s Medical Histories Monitored?

June 24th

Industry Insights 2nd Quarter 2011 In June 2011, Olson Research surveyed more than 400 US-based primary care physicians to better understand their level of willingness in completing a medical history form for their patients and having this information included in a market research survey.

How Comfortable are Physicians with Having Their Digital Internet Behavior Monitored?

March 24th

Industry Insights 1st Quarter 2011 In April 2011, Olson Research surveyed more than 400 US-based primary care physicians to better understand their level of willingness with having their digital internet behavior monitored.

Physician utilization of Electronic Medical records (EMr)

December 24th

Industry Insights 4th Quarter 2010 In September 2010, using our internet-based tool OlsonOnline™ and proprietary healthcare database, Olson Research surveyed more than 800 US-based primary care physicians (46%), obstetrician/gynecologists (16%), pediatricians (15%), endocrinologists (9%), cardiologists (8%), and oncologists (6%) about how they use electronic medical records in their clinical practice.