American Indian

The CAHPS American Indian Survey asks American Indians about their experiences with health care facilities.

Read about the American Indian Survey

The American Indian Survey is a standardized questionnaire for adult American Indians. It was originally developed for the Choctaw Nation Health Service but has been adapted for use by other tribal nations.

Get the American Indian Survey and Instructions

You can download the following documents for the American Indian Survey:

  • The questionnaire for adults.
  • SAS®-based analysis programs and instructions for analyzing survey results.
  • Guidance on reporting survey results.

For additional guidance, users of this survey can consult the instructions available for the Clinician & Group Surveys at: Get Clinician & Group Surveys and Instructions. Please contact the CAHPS Help Line at cahps1@westat.com or 1-800-492-9261 for help in adapting these instructions to the American Indian Survey.

Page last reviewed March 2016
Page originally created June 2013
Internet Citation: American Indian. Content last reviewed March 2016. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/cahps/surveys-guidance/american-indian/index.html