Rediscover joy in practice with team-based care and innovations that will improve efficiency, reduce your administrative burdens—including work after clinic—and serve as barriers to burnout.
Explore 10 tools for you to thrive early in your career. (75 minutes)
Examine the Team-based care model, effienciency through staff empowerment, workforce shortage solutions, and the potential impact of tech advances on healthcare delivery. (30 minutes)
Learn tips for staying well at work, from EHR optimization to engaging leadership on proven wellness tactics. (45 minutes)
AMA STEPS Forward® offers a collection of engaging and interactive educational toolkits that are practical, actionable “how-to” guides to transform and improve your practice.
Three common myths prevent physicians from buying in to team-based care. Read a success story.
These shifts in practice can help you reclaim your time.
Mayo Clinic Proceedings articles outline some organizational strategies for tackling physician burnout by increasing engagement and providing direct peer-to-peer support.
A resident shares a story of well-being programs that have helped her in her training.
Prepare an actionable plan to begin laying the foundation for the development of a direct care practice.
Focus on building your documentation/EMR strategy. Here are some proven strategy components. Pick just one and get started.
Discover practice efficiency tools to lower stress at work and get home sooner.
Prevent routine tasks arriving at random intervals from destroying your practice rhythm. Here are proven methods to turn the chaos into a twice-a-day routine.
Here are the steps to a quality team huddle. Use them to get home sooner, build your team's capacity and create a more supportive culture by putting out fires before they start.
The 10-Minute Leader video series provides participants with effective leadership skills, well-being improvement tools, and up-to-date information that can be quickly applied to transform their practice. Create an account or log in to access.
Use resources from the AAFP and more than 150 other health care organizations aiming to reverse the physician burnout crisis.
Connect and change health care delivery.