Published in the September 2016 issue of Today’s Hospitalist
- Women are slightly less likely than men to believe that their opinions count in decisions made by their group, with 57% of women agreeing/strongly agreeing compared to 64% of men.
- Among regions, hospitalists in the Southwest were the least likely to say their opinions count in decisions made by their hospitalist group, with only 48% agreeing or strongly agreeing with that statement.
- Hospitalists in the Southwest, however, were more likely to report being respected by their non-hospitalist peers (84%) than hospitalists in other parts of the country.
Source: 2015 Today’s Hospitalist Compensation & Career Survey. All data are for full-time hospitalists who treat adults