AMA Clinician Practice Information Survey

The American Medical Association (AMA) is leading the Physician Practice Information (PPI) Survey in 2023-2024 with the primary purpose to collect representative data on practice expense and hours spent in direct patient care. This important effort aims to collect accurate data on the costs and challenges of modern physician practices and to share that information with policymakers and payers, so they can in turn make more informed decisions when it comes to policy and reimbursement issues.

The American Chiropractic Association (ACA), along with more than 170 other groups, supports this initiative and encourages DCs who are contacted in the coming months to complete the survey. Beginning in January or February 2024, a random sample of chiropractic practices and individual chiropractors will be invited to participate in the same national study, now referred to as the Clinician Practice Information (CPI) Survey. These doctors will be notified by mail, email and phone.

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