Nearly half cited decreasing autonomy, compared with 1 out of 3 naming low reimbursement and 1 out of 4 blaming administrative hassles.
“Physicians are working harder and longer hours for less reimbursement,” Richard L. Jackson, chairman and CEO of Jackson Healthcare said in a statement. “Plus, they feel like insurers, government and hospitals dictate how they can treat patients. If we continue to devalue the experience and skills of our physicians, they will become the most expensive data entry clerks in the nation. “