The Physicians Foundation Invites America’s Physicians To Participate in Sixth Biennial National Survey
The Physicians Foundation, a non-profit organization that seeks to empower physicians to lead in the delivery of high-quality, cost-efficient healthcare, is extending an invitation to physicians across America to take part in its sixth biennial national survey. One of the largest physician surveys ever undertaken in the United States, it aims to take the pulse of physicians on the current state of healthcare, allowing them to share their thoughts on morale, health reform, electronic medical records and a variety of other topics.
“This is the one national survey that allows physicians to share their perspective on the state of the medical profession,” said Walker Ray, M.D., president of the Physicians Foundation. “We’d like to hear from as many physicians as possible so we can accurately understand – and share with the public – physicians’ perspectives on the most significant issues in medicine and healthcare today.”
This brief survey is being conducted by national physician search and consulting firm Merritt Hawkins and will be emailed to more than 650,000 physicians across the country from March-May of 2018. A full copy of the final survey report will be emailed to all physicians who participate, and participants will also be entered to win one of five $500 Amazon gift cards and one $5,000 Amazon gift card.
To participate, physicians can access the survey via this link:
To learn more and access previous Physicians Foundation surveys, visit www.physiciansfoundation.org.
About The Physicians Foundation
The Physicians Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that seeks to empower physicians to lead in the delivery of high-quality, cost-efficient healthcare. As the U.S. healthcare system continues to evolve, the Physicians Foundation is steadfast in its determination to strengthen the physician-patient relationship, support physicians in sustaining their medical practices and help practicing physicians navigate the changing healthcare system.
CooperKatz & Co. for The Physicians Foundation