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We reviewed [[File:long survey summary powerpoint.pptx]] from Keith.
 
We reviewed [[File:long survey summary powerpoint.pptx]] from Keith.
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As of 1/20/2016, the following number of responses had been received (final)
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<ul>
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<li>AAFP – 103
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<li>ACP – 3
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<li>AMA – 433
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<li>AHA -- 34
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<li>General – 40
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<li>HIMSS – none
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</ul>
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Total -- 613
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<br>Bob Dieterle's initial analysis indicates that we have representation from pretty much all types of venues and specialties. Largest single specialty is Family/General Practice. 103 were solo practitioners, 177 were in 2-5 provider groups (the largest single set of respondents). Bob has prepared, and is finalizing slides of the results (incorporating a few late responder). Interestingly, 57% of all respondents would prefer receiving MORE data, if they had better tools to work with the data (filter, etc.).
  
 
Next steps:  
 
Next steps:  
 
# Upload the presentations to the wiki.
 
# Upload the presentations to the wiki.
 
# Upload anonymized spreadsheets to Google docs and post links here (individuals may request access on an as needed basis to this data).
 
# Upload anonymized spreadsheets to Google docs and post links here (individuals may request access on an as needed basis to this data).

Latest revision as of 16:28, 24 February 2016

Attendees: Brett Marquard, David Tao, Robert Dieterle, Donna Quirk, Dianna Dodd, Lenel James

We reviewed media:short survey summary powerpoint.pptx from Bob.

We reviewed File:Long survey summary powerpoint.pptx from Keith.

As of 1/20/2016, the following number of responses had been received (final)

  • AAFP – 103
  • ACP – 3
  • AMA – 433
  • AHA -- 34
  • General – 40
  • HIMSS – none

Total -- 613
Bob Dieterle's initial analysis indicates that we have representation from pretty much all types of venues and specialties. Largest single specialty is Family/General Practice. 103 were solo practitioners, 177 were in 2-5 provider groups (the largest single set of respondents). Bob has prepared, and is finalizing slides of the results (incorporating a few late responder). Interestingly, 57% of all respondents would prefer receiving MORE data, if they had better tools to work with the data (filter, etc.).

Next steps:

  1. Upload the presentations to the wiki.
  2. Upload anonymized spreadsheets to Google docs and post links here (individuals may request access on an as needed basis to this data).