The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has selected 10 community-based healthcare alliances to participate in the Doctor Project, a $1.3 million effort to help consumers better understand and access information on the quality of healthcare local physicians provide.

The project provides participants with resources to develop community reports on the quality of care that local physicians deliver. The organizations will develop – or work with existing – websites that are consumer-friendly and trusted within the local community to publish the reports. Communities will also publish their results in special issues of Consumer Reports magazine.

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