What do you think about your clinic? Do you think your primary care doctor does a good job? In what areas do you think your clinic needs improvement?
Minnesotans have a chance to share their opinions about their health care experiences in an online survey that’s being conducted through May 27. You can click here to begin taking the survey.
You have to be 18 or older and a Minnesota resident to qualify. You can answer the questions either for yourself or as a caregiver for someone else.
It takes 15 minutes or less to complete. Most of the questions are multiple choice but some also call for written answers.
The survey is being conducted by the Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians Foundation, the Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians, Minnesota Academy of Pediatrics Foundation, Stratis Health and the Minnesota chapter of the American College of Physicians through a contract with the Minnesota Department of Health.
A summary final report will be posted this summer on the Minnesota Department of Health’s health reform Web site.
If you don’t want to take the survey online, you can have it faxed or mailed to you. To request a copy of the survey, contact the Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians Foundation at 952-224-3873 or firstname.lastname@example.org.