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As two physical therapists with experience in a multitude of settings and across multiple states, we understand the stressful nature of being a healthcare provider in the ever-changing and sometimes uncertain US Healthcare System. Managing the often conflicting priorities of providing quality patient care while meeting productivity standards and weighing financial and regulatory requirements can be frustrating to say the least.

We have enthusiastically embarked on this independent research study to gain a better understanding of the stresses that are affecting PT engagement in an ever-changing field. The intent of this study is to compare current engagement data for PTs to data published for other healthcare providers and look for any relationships between demographic and practice setting factors.

Thank you for agreeing to take part in this important survey by following the link below. We have also opened this survey to PT students to see how they compared to experienced PTs. This survey should take only 10-15 minutes and is completely confidential.


www.surveymonkey.com/r/FLJobAttitudes

Thank you, please feel free to email us with questions.

Andy Koenig, PT, DPT, MHA, OCS

Email: koenigaw@gmail.com

           

 Justin Johnson, PT, DPT, GCS

 Email: jmjohnsondpt@gmail.com


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