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Important MPHI investigation into the impact of no automatic fault

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The Michigan Public Health Institute (MPHI) is conducting a series of investigations to understand how changes to Michigan’s auto insurance law that went into effect July 1, 2021 impact crash survivors and their families , as well as service providers. The first survey was distributed in October 2021. The survey is now being distributed again for the second time.

If you didn’t have the chance to participate in the first survey in October 2021 or if you haven’t recently received an invitation in your emails, we encourage you to take this opportunity now to participate in this important work.

For survivors and/or family members, the survey will ask about services the crash survivor received before and after July 1, 2021. In addition, the survey will ask for demographic information, including personally identifiable information and health information. Completing the survey should take approximately 30 minutes.

For service providers, the survey will ask about the services provided by your organization and the impact of changes (including the 55% cap, Medicare 200% cap, and utilization review) on your operations. Completing the survey should take approximately 20 minutes.

Your survey responses will be collected by MPHI where the data will be stored in a password protected electronic format and will only be accessible with authorisation. MPHI takes extreme care to protect sensitive data. Only aggregated information will be shared with lawmakers and other stakeholders to understand the effects of these changes on healthcare systems and patients in our state.

To ensure that all those affected by changes to the law are represented in survey responses, we invite you to share the survey link with your contacts who have the potential to contribute.

Please submit your completed survey as soon as possible, but no later than Sunday, May 15, 2022.

Instructions for completing the survey:
1. To open the survey, click on the link

Survey of Motor Vehicle Accident Survivors and Service Providers

or copy

https://redcap.mphi.org/surveys/?s=JD9HKLL4HP in your web browser

2. If you need to stop and continue later, click “Save and come back later” at the bottom of the page

3. Next, write the return code you see on the screen

4. When you want to return to the survey, use the same link to open the survey

5. Then click “You come back ? » in the upper right corner of the page, and enter the return code

6. You can edit your answers by clicking on “Previous page” or “Next page”

7. Finally, click “Submit” at the end of the survey.

If you have any questions, contact Shaohui Zhai, Statistician, PhD at 517 324-8354.

Thank you for your participation in this important effort!