MHQP’s mission is to drive measureable improvement in health care quality, patients’ experiences of care, and use of resources in Massachusetts through patient and public engagement and broad-based collaboration among health care stakeholders, including physicians, hospitals, health plans, purchasers an, patient and public advocates, government agencies and academics.
MHQP’s Statewide Patient Experience Survey (PES) captures important data from a large sample of pediatric and adult patients producing statistically reliable and valid results to enable providers across the Commonwealth to:
Read more about what MHQP’s Statewide PES offers providers and their patients or contact Amy Stern Senior Project Manager, Patient Experience. The deadline for finalizing your participation in the 2016 Statewide Patient Experience Survey is December 1, 2015. Learn more about why provider groups pay and participate in MHQP’s survey and how they use their results to drive patient-centered care.
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