Thank you for taking this survey, which will help us learn more about the experience of those working in healthcare. The survey should take approximately 10 minutes, and your results will be kept anonymous.

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* 1. On a scale of Never to Always, how often do you feel the following?

  Never Rarely Sometimes Often Always
I feel burned out by my work.
I have become more callous towards people since starting this job. 
My ability to provide excellent care for my patients is constrained by the rules of the organization for which I work.
What is best for my patient is my top priority. 
My organization's rules delay treatment (i.e., approval for outside referrals, scheduling rules, etc). 
Insurance rules (i.e., preauthorization, limited referral base, etc) result in unnecessary treatment delays.
It is hard for patients to navigate my healthcare system. 
My organization acts in the best interests of patients.
It is difficult to meet productivity requirements without compromising patient care. 
I feel pressured to recommend unnecessary treatments. 
I recommend tests patients don't need to protect myself in a lawsuit. 
I have sufficient latitude to practice as I wish. 
I worry about maintaining my income without compromising patient care. 
I am unable to deliver the care my patients need. 
I choose not to talk with patients about some difficult topics, even though I know we should discuss them, in order to keep satisfaction scores high. 
I would recommend that a close friend or family member receive care at my organization (not necessarily care from a specific provider).
I have to choose between what is in the best interest of my patient and what is in the best interest of my organization.
I am empowered to protect my patients from the negative aspects of the health care system. 
I am treated with respect.
Patients at my organization receive the best care available. 
The business of medicine is negatively impacting patient care. 
I struggle with conflicts of interest in taking care of my patients (expectations from leadership, insurers, patients, and self)
Administrative work (including electronic health records) detracts from my abilities to care for patients. 
My leadership understands what it's like to do clinical work.
Consistently providing ethical care is emotionally exhausting. 
I have authority within my organization. 
I am primarily responsible for patient care outcomes, including the actions of other members of the team.

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* 2. Type of Practitioner

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* 3. Practice Setting

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* 4. Years in Practice

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* 5. Type of Speciality?

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* 6. Speciality

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* 7. Physician-Led Organization

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* 8. Gender

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* 9. Location

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* 10. What are your most difficult challenges in caring for patients?

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* 11. What are your most difficult challenges with your organization?

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* 12. What changes would improve your experience of work?

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* 13. How does your current practice compare with what you thought practicing medicine would be like?

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* 14. How does the care your organization provides compare with your expectations for your own care?

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* 15. If you'd like to keep in touch with the team at Moral Injury of Healthcare, leave your name and email. Your answers will remain anonymous.

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