Most Doctor on Demand employed physicians say working remotely improved work-life balance

Jackie Drees - Print  | 

The ability to work from home with Doctor on Demand, a telehealth provider, has improved work-life balance for 78 percent of the company's employed physicians, according to a Doctor on Demand survey.

For its Physicians of Virtual Care 2019 report, Doctor on Demand surveyed nearly 100 of its employed physicians on factors including burnout and reasons for choosing virtual care.

Three survey insights:

1. Seventy percent of Doctor on Demand physicians said they chose to work with the company for their ability to work remotely.

2. Seventy-five percent of Doctor on Demand physicians are female. Of the company's female physicians, 72 percent are mothers.

3. Most Doctor on Demand physicians (69.2 percent) are parents.  

To access the full report, click here.

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