Some cohealth clients may have been asked to fill in a survey to help us improve the services at cohealth. The information below will tell you everything you need to know about the survey.
What is the Victorian Healthcare Experience Survey?
The Victorian Healthcare Experience Survey (VHES) is a survey of Victorians’ experiences with public healthcare.
The survey results will help the Department of Health and health services improve the quality and safety of different services.
cohealth is taking part in the VHES community health questionnaire, to gather feedback on clients’ experiences in certain cohealth settings over the last 6 months.
What kind of information does the survey gather?
Through the survey, cohealth clients can share their thoughts on:
Who should fill in the survey?
Not all cohealth clients will need to fill in the survey, only clients who have used certain services in the past 6 months
You do not have to fill in the survey if you do not want to.
You can ask a cohealth staff member, a friend, family or a carer to help you fill in the survey.
How will clients fill in the survey?
Clients will receive a text message or email if they have used certain cohealth health services in the last 6 months.
There will also be posters at some cohealth locations with a QR code for clients to scan and fill in the survey.
Will the survey be translated?
The survey will be available in English and 23 other languages.
Will survey answers be kept private?
The survey is anonymous, you do not have to say who you are. Your survey answers will only be used by cohealth and the Department of Health to improve healthcare. The answers you give will never be used to identify you.
If you have any questions about the survey, please contact the survey hotline on 1800 356 928 from 12pm – 8pm, Monday – Friday.