Results of the 2011 Longitudinal Clinical Peer Review Effectiveness Study were published in the Journal of Healthcare Management. This is the archived version of the original survey landing page. Survey-related links have been removed. The facsimile of the survey in PDF form is still available for review.

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Please answer all questions. We need the highest possible complete response rate to assess variation and minimize bias.

It shouldn't take more than 15 minutes. Data collection has been extended through Monday, January 23.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Invited to participate the 2007 National Peer Review Practices Survey or the 2009 ACPE Peer Review Outcomes Study, now filling such a person's leadership position, or determined to be among those most knowledgeable about the peer review program;
  • Currently affiliated with an organization that participated in either study
  • Knowledgeable about the hospital medical staff’s peer review program

Designated Substitutes should register as a Guest if they have not received personalized login instructions. Anyone interested in the learning value of the questionnaire may also register as a Guest.

If you wish to review the questionnaire items before you begin, look at this file: Survey-Items.pdf. Once page 4 of the online survey has been completed, responses cannot be changed. A new set of responses could, however, be entered under a Guest Registration.

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  • You can identify an individual who is qualified to respond to the survey on behalf of the hospital.
  • If you register as ineligible, you will not receive further reminder notices.

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If you are eligible but would prefer to opt out of the survey, please go to the Opt Out form.

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Data Use and Confidentiality Statement

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By participating in the survey, you grant permission to make aggregate comparisons using your responses and your hospital’s objective quality measures. The information which you provide will be kept confidential and will only be used for purposes of this study. It will be treated as Patient Safety Work Product and receive Federal protections against disclosure and discovery under the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005. No individually identifiable data will be disclosed or publically reported.

For further information regarding Patient Safety Work Product, see Frequently Asked Questions about PSO Services.