Physical Therapy Productivity Survey 2020
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While titled "Physical Therapy," all rehab therapy allies from Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Recreational Therapy, etc. — you are all welcome and encouraged to participate!
1. Which profession do you represent? *
2. What is your primary clinical setting? *
3. How many hours do you work in a week? *
4. How many patient visits do you have per week? *
Your answer
5a. [FOR OUTPATIENT] How many billable units do you produce in a week? *
FOR OUTPATIENT CLINICIANS. If NOT in outpatient, please enter "0."
Your answer
5b. If NOT outpatient, what is your PRODUCTIVITY STANDARD?
FOR NON-OUTPATIENT CLINICIANS. Please enter the context and metric. || Example: SNF — "95% productivity, 450 minutes / 8 hour day."
Your answer
6. Are there other productivity considerations, measurable or not — that your workplace tends to prioritize?
If you'd like to delineate CORPORATE/HOSPITAL vs Private Practice or Privately Held/Small Business workplace, please note it here.
Your answer
7. AGREE / DISAGREE | Productivity is a high priority in my workplace. *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
8. AGREE / DISAGREE | Quality of Care and Patient Outcomes are a high priority in my workplace. *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
9. AGREE / DISAGREE | I sense my workplace is doing well financially (aka, the company isn't struggling). *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
10. AGREE / DISAGREE | Higher production means more revenue. *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
11. AGREE / DISAGREE | If my workplace generated more revenue as a whole, they'd be willing to pay me more or give me a raise. *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
12. What are your thoughts about the pressures of productivity in the healthcare landscapes of 2020?
Please share any and all thoughts you have related to this topic.
Your answer
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