Thank you for taking the time to complete our survey. We want your expert opinion about what qualities of point of care technologies (POCTs) are most important to health care providers. Moreover, we would like to better understand the decision-making process of implementing these newer technologies into everyday practice. Our hope is that the results of this survey will identify areas of need and encourage new research and development. Your input will have a direct impact on the technology and use cases we focus on and fund. In this study we are interested in point of care technologies for heart, lung, blood, and sleep diseases.

Point of Care Tests (POCTs) are defined as tests that can be done onsite (in the clinic, ER, home, hospital) with results available during the visit and before the patient leaves. We are asking about POCTs on samples taken from the body, including blood, urine, and other bodily fluids.

This survey was originally released in October 2019 and has been updated in consideration of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This survey should take about 10 minutes. Participation is voluntary and you can stop at any time. Your responses are anonymous. Compensation will be provided for completing the survey ($25).

If you have any questions please email Nate Hafer, PhD at nathaniel.hafer@umassmed.edu

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