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Label/Question
1.

PH3: Physician id number, masked

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:CV:Foreign Medical School Graduate

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:AMA/AOA:Sex,1-Male,2-Female

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:AMA/AOA year of birth

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:AMA/AOA year of graduation

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:A4:Multiple practices

Do you currently provide patient care in one practice, or more than one practice? We consider multiple sites or offices associated with the same organization to be only one practice. ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:Imputation flag for MULTPR

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:A4A:Number of practices

In how many different practices do you provide patient care?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:A6:Year began practicing medicine

In what year did you begin medical practice after completing your undergraduate and graduate medical training?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:CV:Primary care physician flag

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH1:CV:Combined Spec/Subspec

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:CV:Board Certification Status

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:A19:Overall Career satisfaction

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:B1:Weeks practicing medicine in 1999

Considering all of your practices, approximately how many weeks did you practice medicine during 1999? Exclude time missed due to vacation, illness and other absences. Exclude family leave, military service, and professional conferences. I... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:CV:Hrs prev wk medically-related act

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:CV:Hrs prev wk direct patient care

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:B6:Hours previous month charity care

Again thinking of all your practices, during the LAST MONTH, how many hours, if any, did you spend providing CHARITY care?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:B7:Pct of pats talk about other info

During the last month, what percentage of your patients talked about medical conditions, tests, treatments, or drugs they had read or heard about from various sources other than you, such as the Internet, their friends or relatives, TV, ra... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:B9:Pct of pats:tests sugg by patints

During the last month, for what percentage of your patients did you order tests, procedures, or prescriptions SUGGESTED BY PATIENTS that you would not otherwise have ordered? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:B10:Effct of md info by pnts on qual

On balance, what do you think is the effect of medical information obtained by your patients from sources other than you on your ability to provide HIGH QUALITY CARE? Would you say it is generally positive, generally negative, or neither? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:B11:Effct of md info by pnts on efcy

On balance, what do you think is the effect of medical information obtained by your patients from sources other than you on your EFFICIENCY? Would you say it is generally positive, generally negative, or neither? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:C1:Ownershp status(Full/Part/No Own)

Are you a full owner, a part owner, or not an owner of this practice?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:Imputation flag for OWNPR

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:CV:Practice type (all owners)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:CV:Employer type (all employees)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:CV:Practice type (Categorical)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:CV:Type of group physician

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:C4:Owner: Other phys in practice

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:CV:C5 Outside ownership

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:C7:Number of physicians at practice

How many physicians, including yourself, are in the practice? Please include all locations of the practice. If asked, this includes both full- and part-time physician ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:C10:Practice acquired in last 2 yrs

In the last two years, were you part of a practice that was purchased by another practice or organization? We are only interested in purchases over the last two years that occurred while you were part of the practice. ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:Imputation flag for ACQUIRD

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:C11:Resp ownrshp when practc purchsd

At the time of the purchase, were you a full owner, a part owner, or not an owner of the practice that was purchased?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:C12A:Importance of Control of hours

Next, I am going to list several aspects of a medical practice. Using any number from one to ten, where "1" is not important, and "10" is very important, tell me how important each one is to you. How important is control over your working ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:C12B:Importance of Control clin dec

Next, I am going to list several aspects of a medical practice. Using any number from one to ten, where "1" is not important, and "10" is very important, tell me how important each one is to you. How important is control over your clinical... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:C12C:Importance of Potential income

Next, I am going to list several aspects of a medical practice. Using any number from one to ten, where "1" is not important, and "10" is very important, tell me how important each one is to you. How important is your potential income? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:C12D:Importnce of Control of bus dec

Next, I am going to list several aspects of a medical practice. Using any number from one to ten, where "1" is not important, and "10" is very important, tell me how important each one is to you. How important is control over your practice... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:D1A:IT used get info on trtmnt alts

In your (main) practice, are computers or other forms of information technology used to obtain information about treatment alternatives or recommended guidelines? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:D1B:Uses IT to obtain info on formls

In your (main) practice, are computers or other forms of information technology used to obtain information on formularies?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:D1C:IT used to generate reminders

In your (main) practice, are computers or other forms of information technology used to generate reminders for you about preventive services.? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:D1D:Uses IT to access patient notes

In your (main) practice, are computers or other forms of information technology used to access patient notes, medication lists, or problem lists? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:D1E:Uses IT to write prescriptions

In your (main) practice, are computers or other forms of information technology used to write prescriptions?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:D1F:IT used to exchange clin data

In your (main) practice, are computers or other forms of information technology used for clinical data and image exchanges with other physicians? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:D1G:Uses IT to comm w/pat cln issues

In your (main) practice, are computers or other forms of information technology used to communicate about clinical issues with patients by e-mail? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:D2:Access to Internet in office

Do you have access to the Internet at the place where you provide most of your patient care?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:D3:Pct pats w prescrip cov-formulary

Next, what percentage of your patients have prescription coverage that includes the use of a formulary?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:Imputation flag for FORMLRY

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:D4A:Effect of formal writtn guidelin

How large an effect does your use of FORMAL, WRITTEN practice guidelines such as those generated by physician organizations, insurance companies or HMOs, or government agencies have on your practice of medicine? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:D4A1:Aware of formal written guidels

Is that because you are not aware of guidelines that pertain to conditions you typically treat, or because you are aware of them, but they have no effect on conditions you treat? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH3:Imputation flag for AWRGUID

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 2000-2001: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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