Savant (formerly CareQuality) provides high-tech, high-touch survey solutions and marketing tools for the senior living industry.

Without a steady pulse of resident and staff feedback – senior living providers are vulnerable to costly early move-outs, staff churn, negative online reviews, and even complaints to the state. We built Savant to provide a continuous monthly pulse of comment-rich feedback, and marketing tools to boost your online reputation to differentiate from your competition and maximize occupancy.

With Savant’s team of highly trained LIVE Call Interviewers, along with our multi-touch multi-channel cadence, you’re able to maximize the experiences you deliver by monitoring and taking action on context-rich feedback, all in real-time.

To see Savant’s platform, schedule a demo here.

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