The North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS) is helping to disseminate an anonymous survey being conducted by the North Carolina Medical Board to collect information about challenges licensed medical professionals may be facing in North Carolina and to gain insights into their customer service.
On Friday, Oct. 28, the NCMB sent the survey to a random sample of 10,000 NC licensed physicians. If you received the link and have already completed the survey – thank you. If you did not receive the link and would like to be part of this survey, we encourage you to complete it at the link below before Monday, Nov. 7, when the survey will close. All responses will be compiled in aggregate form and summarized in order to provide NCMB and the physician community with valuable information about the issues, challenges and benefits of practicing medicine in the state. Data collected through the survey will not be associated with any identifying information and will comply with all HIPAA laws and privacy regulations. The survey is being administered by a third-party organization, McKinney, and will take 10 – 15 minutes to complete.
The Medical Board will share the survey results with licensees through its newsletter, The Forum, and other communication outlets. The information gathered will be used to identify resources and opportunities to improve the practice of medicine in North Carolina. Any questions about the survey should be directed to Evelyn Contre, Chief Communications Officer at the NCMB at (919) 326-1109 x235.