Physician Burnout 2019

Following our 2016 research, in an effort to monitor this important issue, InCrowd again has asked our physicians how they’re coping with job-related stress.

Our 2019 Physician Burnout Report reveals several important findings. For example, Primary care physicians (PCPs) report higher burnout rates than specialists, with 79% of PCPs personally experiencing burnout compared with 57% of specialists. And, more than a third of InCrowd physicians surveyed said they would not recommend their profession to a young family member. Check out our report to learn other key findings on this pervasive issue.

Methodology: 5-Minute MicroSurvey
Method: 4 Questions
Crowds: 612 Physicians (657 Total Screened)
Fielding Period: June 6 – 7, 2019

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