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Intrinsic and Extrinsic Physician Motivators to Consider When Driving Change

This is a guest blog post from Dr. Nancy Gagliano, Chief Medical Officer at Culbert Healthcare Solutions.

In an era of increasing physician burnout, it is critical to understand core motivators that affect physician satisfaction.12 We all have intrinsic and extrinsic motivators that contribute to job satisfaction. Intrinsic motivators for physicians are the “Why I went to medical school,” while extrinsic motivators include factors such as autonomy, resources, leadership, community, and appreciation. While many may think a “full waiting room” is a sufficient motivator for physicians, understanding what truly motivates physicians is essential to developing a roadmap to improve their satisfaction.

Topics: Provider Data Management Patient Experience Change Management Provider Networks