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WebMD

What it is: WebMD is an online publication providing valuable health information and health management tools to subscribers. WebMD also hosts a physician directory to help visitors find a provider by name, specialty, condition, procedure, and location. Practitioners are then displayed in alphabetical order and on a map based on their location in your selected area. This list view allows you to see the physician's years of experience and rating from WebMD.

How to get started: To get started, you'll need to claim your profile. Visit the WebMD physician directory, find your profile, and click on the image icon to "enhance your profile." From there, you'll be asked to login or create an account. You can customize your profile once it is created and start collecting reviews to help patients find you on WebMD.

How you're rated: WebMD ratings are much more advanced than say Facebook and Google My Business. On WebMD, physicians are rated between 1-5 starts on the following criteria:

  • Overall rating

  • Physician explains conditions and treatments

  • Physician takes time to answer my questions

  • Physician provides follow-up as needed

  • Office average wait time (under 15 minutes to over one-hour rating)

  • Office scheduling flexibility

  • Office cleanliness

  • Office courteous staff

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Healthgrades

What it is: With more than 30 million people a month visiting Healthgrades, having an accurate and updated profile on this site is crucial. Healthgrades provides information about physicians, hospitals, and health care providers in a truly user-friendly experience. When searching on Healthgrades, patients can narrow in on the results by insurance, distance, review/rating, gender, age, and even availability.

How to get started: Update your profile information on Healthgrades by clicking here. A provider can update their own information, or someone who works on behalf of the provider can also do this.

How you're rated: A provider's Healthgrades rating is based on a 1-5 star scale and gives users the option to write a free text review as to the likelihood of recommending the provider to family and friends.

Other criteria that the provider is rated on from 1-5 stars (except for the wait time) includes:

  • Ease of scheduling urgent appointments

  • Office environment, cleanliness, comfort, etc.

  • Staff friendliness and courteousness

  • Total wait time (waiting and exam rooms) 

  • Level of trust in provider's decisions

  • How well provider explains medical condition(s)

  • How well provider listens and answers questions

  • Spends appropriate amount of time with patients

 

RateMDs.com

What it is: RateMDs has been featured on USA Today, CNN, and MSNBC and it's no wonder why considering their 2.6 million+ doctor reviews. RateMDs makes it easy to find a doctor by specialty or search their database of over 2 million ratings and reviews to find the right physician.

How to get started: Visit the RateMDs website, and on the homepage, you'll see in the top right corner a green button to "claim doctor profile." To get started, you'll want to claim your profile and then update all of the necessary information on your profile. Be sure to add a photo to your profile to increase engagement.

How you're rated: Rating a physician on RateMDs is quick and easy. Physicians can be rated overall with a rating of 1-5 stars. The rating is also broken down into four categories so patients can rate staff, helpfulness, punctuality, and knowledge separately. There is also a comment box so patients can leave a detailed comment on their provider.

 

Vitals

What it is: Vitals helps patients find better care by browsing providers by name, specialty, condition, or location. Vitals touts a mission to empower people to shop for health care like an expert, no matter where they are or what their health care needs are.

How to get started: To claim and update your Vitals profile, search the database for your profile. Once you click on your profile name, a box will appear to the right of the screen asking if this is you. Click on the update your information here and continue to follow the prompts to input your information such as business name, address, email, etc.

You can also click here to claim your Vitals profile.

How you're rated: Vitals encourages patients to share their experience by rating the physician with 1-5 stars. The review then prompts for a headline and comments where the patient can provide further details. In the review, patients are also asked to include their wait time at the office and how strongly they agree or disagree with the following:

  • Ease of appointment

  • Promptness

  • Courteous staff

  • Accurate diagnosis

  • Bedside manner

  • Spends time with me

  • Follows up after visit

 

ZocDoc

What it is: ZocDoc whether online or on the go with the mobile app makes finding a nearby doctor in network easy. ZocDoc lets patients browse reviews and book appointments online.

How to get started: Listing your practice with ZocDoc helps you build patient loyalty and attract new patients to your practice. Click here to get started with setting up your profile on ZocDoc today and start collecting patient reviews and filling appointment slots.

How you're rated: Reviews on ZocDoc let patients rate providers overall but also specifically on bedside manner and wait time. There is also a spot for the patient to provide a brief description of their experience and all reviews are verified by ZocDoc. Providers listed on ZocDoc can also achieve awards such as rapid registration (allowing patients to complete forms online prior to the visit) and speedy response which means the practice confirms appointments booked online quickly.

 

 

CareDash

What it is: CareDash has made it their mission to make doctor and hospital information more accessible, inclusive, and transparent. CareDash is another doctor ratings and reviews website you need to have on your radar. While being a fairly new review website, they are growing fast and even offer health and wellness articles to attract patients to the site to leave reviews.

How to get started: Visit CareDash.com and, on the home page you'll see where you can sign up and update your profile.

How you're rated: Doctors on CareDash are rated with 1-5 stars overall. The review then requires a title and asks the patient to explain why the above rating was chosen. CareDash also provides review writing tips such as "give details" and "no identifying information" to help patients leave a constructive review.

 

Angie's List

What it is: Angie's List was founded in 1995 and since then has grown to have a user base of over 3 million members that have provided 10 million reviews. While Angie's List may initially be known for reviews on household services, the reviews for healthcare are growing. In fact, health is one of four main navigational tabs on the website alongside house, yard, and more. Having health appear on the homepage upon login will encourage even more members of Angie's List to leave reviews on their providers and the practices that employ them.

How to get started: Setting up your profile on Angie's List is pretty straightforward. You'll need to sign up using an email address and setting a password. After that, you will select a plan. You can use a free plan, or you can opt for more features with a silver or gold plan ranging from $25-$100 a year.

How you're rated: Angie's List is different in how you're rated compared to some of the other sites included in this post. With Angie's List, users will rate providers or practices with an A, B, C, D, E, or F in the following categories:

  • Overall

  • Availability

  • Office Environment

  • Punctuality

  • Staff Friendliness

  • Bedside Manner

  • Communication

  • Effectiveness of Treatment

  • Billing and Administration

Some categories will offer "N/A" to be fair, and there are two fields that let reviewers describe the work or services they needed and how it went. Cost is also optional so patients can provide approximate cost of the services performed and the date of the service.