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    For all that changed since 2020 across healthcare, one area near the top of health system and medical group leaders’ minds has not been disrupted for the better: physician retention.

    Not a week goes by without major headlines heralding the concerning forecast of physician shortages across the United States in most specialties, yet there remains a disconnect between what healthcare leaders hope to do to avoid this calamity and what gets done: Almost eight in 10 (77%) medical groups report they do not have a formal program or strategy for physician retention, per a May 9, 2023, MGMA Stat poll.

    Even for healthcare organizations with a plan, the financial pressures of inflation-bloated expense growth put pressure on them to continue offering high-quality patient care without breaking the bank. To better understand how to confidently make progress on these crucial issues, partnered with Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) for a new study, The Future of Work: Clinician Engagement and Technological Advancement, in the summer of 2023. 

    The findings of this report address:

    • Current priorities for healthcare provider organizations around physician retention
    • Emerging trends that drive physician satisfaction in their organizations
    • Opportunities to address negative factors that lead to burnout, turnover and vacancies

    Complete the form on this page for access to the full report.

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