ACP encourages participation in National Survey of Healthcare Organizations and Systems

The goal of the survey is to gather information from physicians on what is important to improving health system performance and to understand how health care organizations adopt and spread evidence-based innovations.


ACP supports the National Survey of Healthcare Organizations and Systems, which has been sent to physicians across the country via U.S. mail, and encourages ACP members to participate.

The goal of the survey is to gather information from physicians on what is important to improving health system performance and to understand how health care organizations adopt and spread evidence-based innovations. The survey is being conducted by Dartmouth College; the University of California, Berkeley; Harvard University; and the High Value Healthcare Collaborative.

For questions about the survey, contact survey manager Marisha Palm, PhD, at .