Health Reform Online Resources Survey

Thank you for taking the time to answer a few short questions to help us improve our health reform resources! This should take less than five minutes. The same survey is linked from each of our health reform web pages and applies to all our health reform resources. You only need to take the survey once. This is an anonymous survey but there will be opportunities to provide your information if you want to be contacted.
1. What health reform information have you looked for on APHA’s website? (select all that apply)
2. Please respond to the following statements regarding APHA’s health reform pages OVERALL.
Strongly AgreeSomewhat AgreeSomewhat DisagreeStrongly Disagree
I can find the information I’m looking for.
The information is useful.
The information is easy to understand.
The information is credible.
The information is up to date.
I would share or recommend this information to others.
I would use this/these webpage(s) again in the future.
There is too much jargon (technical language).
The information is not adequately cited.
There are not enough downloadable resources.
The information is difficult to find within the website.
I would rather see less information on each page, even if that means more pages to navigate.
3. How useful are the APHA health reform pages you’ve visited?
Very UsefulSomewhat UsefulNot UsefulI haven’t visited this page
Health Reform Resources (Overview)
ACA Basics
-- Medicaid Expansion (subpage)
-- Insurance Exchanges (subpage)
-- Minimum Coverage Provision (subpage
ACA Implementation
Prevention and Public Health Fund
Supreme Court Decision
-- Supreme Court Background (subpage)
ACA Advocacy
Useful Links
4. Please rate the usefulness of the types of resources within APHA’s health reform pages.
Very UsefulSomewhat UsefulNot UsefulI haven’t used this resource
Frequently asked questions and answers
APHA’s issue briefs, fact sheets, other documents
External resource links (other organizations’ documents, websites, etc)
Other (please describe in the space below)
5. How could we improve our health reform online resources? (select all that apply)