2014 National Physician Survey

In 2014, the National Physician Survey contacted over 64,000 family physicians and other specialists in Canada.

The 2014 results build on data collected in previous years and with a focus on the use and impact of information technology on physicians in Canada. The 2014 census survey targeted the following constructs:  demographics, patient care settings, use of electronic medical records (EMR); barriers to EMR use, electronic tools; clinical benefits experience by use of EMR’s; EMR impact on productivity, and patient quality care; sharing of electronic record data; mobile applications; use of electronic tools in patient chronic conditions and care; telehealth technologies; and social media.

Follow these links for a high-level summary of survey findings: News release and Backgrounder



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Access results for this version of the National Physician survey in a variety of formats and demographics.

Survey Results »