BOSTON, June 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- 74% of US primary care physicians (PCPs) and ER doctors do not feel their health
"Our study corroborates a stubborn undercurrent of physician burnout as documented elsewhere that isn't going away," said Dr. Diane Hayes, co-founder and president of InCrowd. "We'll be monitoring this important topic as healthcare executives work to make sure those who keep us well, are also keeping themselves intact, too."
This physician survey used InCrowd's mobile microsurvey platform to assess the responses of 200 qualified US-based PCPs and emergency medicine physicians who each have been practicing for 10 or more years. Responses were fielded in a several-hour period on May 13, 2016. Respondents had an average of 17 years in practice. The microsurvey used the Maslach Burnout Inventory of symptoms to determine respondents who could be considered to be experiencing burnout – the same index as used by the Mayo Clinic and MedScape studies.
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InCrowd provides a mobile microsurvey methodology and analytics engine that enables clients to reach targeted specialists and stakeholders easily among our extensive and diverse "Crowd" of healthcare professionals. These experts are available on-demand throughout the United States and around the globe, through the InCrowd platform, which is offered in 20 different languages. The speed and simplicity of InCrowd's approach has fundamentally changed the industry by providing quality data in situations where it was previously impossible to get timely market information. Nineteen of the top 20 pharmaceutical firms have relied upon InCrowd's robust quality processes and verified experts to make fast, validated business decisions. For more information, visit www.incrowdnow.com.
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