The main complaint is the workload: 91 percent of the physicians employed in hospitals do not expect this to improve. 55 percent even expect things to get worse in this respect. It was also surveyed where a change is being considered. According to the survey, 48 percent are thinking of a future as a doctor of choice. 30 percent even want to change industry. 23 percent are considering moving to another federal state or abroad, 22 percent are considering taking over a health insurance office.
A total of 1,894 hospital doctors took part in the study conducted by Peter Hajek Public Opinion Strategies. Employees in community hospitals, i.e. in the Vienna Health Association, and in houses operated by other operators were surveyed.
“The public health system is becoming increasingly unattractive for employees. Colleagues are fed up with having to process patients on an assembly line. That does not correspond – rightly – to their medical care and treatment requirements,” said the head of the curia’s employed doctors and vice president of the Medical Association for Vienna, Stefan Ferenci, in a broadcast.
He advised operators to consider how employee satisfaction could be increased and employees retained. He appealed to Vienna City Councilor for Health Peter Hacker (SPÖ) to go “part of the way” together and to put hospital care for the Viennese population back on a “solid foundation”.
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