Physician satisfaction in a major chain of investor-owned walk-in centers
Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
Adult; Ambulatory Care Facilities; Attitude of Health Personnel; Boston; Career Choice; Decision Making, Organizational; Female; Humans; Interprofessional Relations; *Job Satisfaction; Male; Middle Aged; Physician-Patient Relations; Physicians; Questionnaires; Salaries and Fringe Benefits
Community Health | Community Health and Preventive Medicine | Health and Medical Administration | Health Services Administration | Health Services Research
This article describes physicians at a major chain of investor-owned free-standing walk-in centers and reports on their job satisfaction. They derived satisfaction from a sense of autonomy and the corporation's reliable provision of staff and supplies. Their job dissatisfaction results from the corporate emphasis on generating revenue and the lack of opportunity for professional interaction with colleagues.
Health Care Manage Rev. 1990 Summer;15(3):47-57. Link to article on publisher's website
Health care management review
Cashman SB, Parks C, Ash AS, Hemenway D, Bicknell WJ. (1990). Physician satisfaction in a major chain of investor-owned walk-in centers. Family Medicine and Community Health Publications. Retrieved from https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/fmch_articles/151