Why do Market Research?

There’s no doubt that participating in healthcare market research is a great way to supplement your income. But many of our Panelists derive other benefits from participating in surveys or interviews. In the last issue of our quarterly e-newsletter we asked you what you enjoyed most about it (aside from the financial benefit) and 675 of you responded. Here’s what you had to say:

Poll Graph for Fall 2019 poll e-newsletter - final

You Never Write, You Never Call

In 2019 there were 18,943 of you who participated in online, telephone, or in-person studies with Reckner. Thank you for being an active member of Reckner’s esteemed Healthcare Panel.

Doctor On Phone Shocked Stock Photos- Pictures - Royalty-Free Images - iStock 1-27-2020 5-07-05 PMSome of you may be thinking, “Well, I would have participated if I had received an email or call.” And we believe you!

Here are some common reasons why you may not be receiving invitations or as many as you would like, and some things you can do to increase your chances.

  1. Whitelist: On your end, be sure you have whitelisted (safe senders list) research@reckner.com and reckner.com since that is the domain from which we send study invitations. We don’t want to end up caught in your spam filter.

  2. Update contact information: We use email, telephone, and occasionally snail mail to recruit for studies. If you have any changes to your email, phone number, or address, please send that along to research@reckner.com.

  3. If the telephone number you gave us is an office number, be sure those answering the phone know to pass a call from Reckner on to you. For online surveys, you will likely receive an email. For phone or in-person interviews, we will likely call you.

  4.  Some specialties are more in demand than others. Please note that if there are no surveys available for your area of specialty, you will not be contacted. Be patient and eventually, you will receive an invitation.

Celebrating Evelyn Morawski

Evelyn's going away party
Pictured L-R: Lexy Frazier, Jason Gamber, Evelyn Morawski, David Reckner, and Linda Diehl.

For those of you on the Healthcare Panel who have interacted with our survey recruiters, you will likely have spoken to Evelyn Morawski, who retired in December after 24 years of service. The staff gathered on December 11 to surprise Evelyn with a luncheon and cake. We wish her well in her well-deserved retirement. 

If you follow Reckner Healthcare on social media you have probably seen posts about multiple staff members celebrating double-digit anniversaries. Perhaps this is the result of being a family-owned and operated business for the past 30 years, or at the very least, a testament to a positive work environment and committed employees!