Poll: 52% of medical practices satisfied with their organization's culture

Most medical groups are at least somewhat satisfied with their organization's culture, according to Medical Group Management Association's most recent Stat poll.

The April 10 poll asked approximately 1,400 medical practice leaders if they were satisfied with their organization's culture (such as norms, values and mission). More than half of respondents (52 percent) said "yes," while 17 percent said "no." Another 31 percent said "somewhat."

In an article related to the findings, MGMA said many respondents who said "yes" identified engagement, shared sense of purpose, teamwork and camaraderie as essential aspects of their organization's culture. Additionally, according to MGMA, those who said "somewhat" often noted employees at their organization do not adequately practice a culture already established in writing, and those who said "no" indicated their organization's culture was not unified, but improvement efforts were ongoing.

Read more about the poll here.


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