Wisconsin Health Literacy, a division of Wisconsin Literacy, is working to make prescription drug labels easier to understand for patients.

We highly value your input. Please take this brief survey on prescription directions (the survey will take approximately 2-3 minutes to complete).

·         We will not ask for personal information

·         Individual responses will not be shared

Background information:

The Universal Medication Schedule (UMS) uses morning, noon, evening, and bedtime timings in prescription directions.

Epic Systems has created a UMS translator feature in their prescribing software to automatically convert traditional directions to UMS directions.

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* 1. What best describes your role? (select all that apply)

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* 2. Does your place of work use Epic Systems’ Electronic Health Record?

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* 3. Were you aware of the Universal Medication Schedule prior to taking this survey?

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* 4. Do you currently use the Universal Medication Schedule directions when prescribing common medications?

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* 5. Rate your level of support for adopting UMS directions

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* 6. What positive impact do you think UMS will have on patients (select all that apply)?

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* 7. What would be your reasons for not using UMS, if any (select all that apply)?

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