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This database of information about the education, training and experience of all licensed physicians in Massachusetts can help you choose a doctor.
Check the license for other allied health professionals, such as social workers, chiropractors, and acupuncturists, in Massachusetts.
Free hospital comparisons from Medicare based on surveys of patient experiences. Includes volume of certain procedures, death and readmission rates.
Nursing Home Compare has detailed information about every Medicare and Medicaid-certified nursing home in the country.
See how each hospital in Massachusetts meets agreed-upon guidelines for 26 different measures relating to things such as fall prevention and surgical infection. Also includes staffing reports.
Ratings from a non-profit advocacy group on patient safety.
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality offers tips on communicating with your health care team, including help creating a list of questions
This interactive tutorial from the National Library of Medicine will teach you about medical words you may hear during appointments
Information and videos for older adults about talking with your doctor
The Nemours Foundation gives the best ways to communicate your questions and concerns to your child's health care team
Tips from the American Academy of Family Physicians on communicating with your doctor if you are deaf or hard of hearing