Noisy Hospital Experience? Speak out! WEGO Health Needs Your Help!

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BEEP. BEEP. BEEP.

Nobody gets any sleep in the hospital–or maybe they do?

That’s what WEGO Health is asking in this new survey to see how patient’s experiences have been in regards to noises in the hospital and how they impact the healing experience.

I’ve had the pleasure of working with WEGO Health on a few of their great projects like their blog contests, Roundtable Chats, and now their surveys–the information of which goes to improving the lives of patients everywhere. Below is a quick survey they’re looking for patients to respond to. Please take five minutes of your day to complete one!

WEGO Health is working to understand how hospital noise impacts patient care, healing, and satisfaction. If you’ve had a recent hospital stay and had your vitals tracked by monitors, take this survey to provide your thoughts and input! https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/alarmsinhospitals

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ABOUT WEGO HEALTH

Screen Shot 2014-06-30 at 10.50.31 AMWEGO Health is a different kind of social network, built from the ground up for the community leaders, bloggers and tweeters who are actively involved in health online. WEGO Health is a platform for committed health advocates to foster new relationships, gain access to helpful resources, and to grow their communities. And it’s free.

Our goal is to equip our network with opportunities designed for the active contributor, relevant content, powerful educational resources and shareable interactive media. We hope that the bloggers, tweeters, and community leaders that we call Health Activists will find inspiration, strength and support here.

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