A survey by OneStep sheds light on career satisfaction and the applications of digital health technology to mitigate burnout
- 57.4% of respondents reported rigid schedules and lack of flexibility in their careers were the most dissatisfying parts of their day
- 48.7% of respondents reported that they would describe themselves as feeling burned out in their current role.
- 55.7% of respondents said they have searched for non-clinical roles in order to improve career satisfaction.
- 59.1% of respondents said they are applying to telehealth or remote care job postings. This finding is consistent with what digital health employers are experiencing.
- 67% of respondents reported that seeing patients reach their goals brought satisfaction to their day.
- 70.4% of respondents said that treating and educating patients was another satisfying part of their day.
- Of those using digital solutions in their PT practice, 44.3% reported more career flexibility and better work-life balance.
- 30.4% of respondents said that they do not feel properly prepared or educated enough in regard to digital solutions or telehealth.
For more information about these findings and how digital solutions can help mitigate physical therapist burnout, read the full article published in Healthcare Business Today.