Job satisfaction

September/October 2019 Issue
Keeping It Fresh [From the Editor]

Variety in our daily work may be a way to improve care and satisfaction with practicing medicine.

September/October 2019 Issue
Beyond Burnout: Addressing System-Induced Distress [Opinion]

To describe the current phenomenon, we need a better term that puts the blame where it belongs and reminds us that the problem is responsive to multiple treatment strategies.

July/August 2019 Issue
A New Approach to New Physician Orientation: Six Key Components [Feature]

In an era of patient-centered medical homes and value-based care, the old approach to physician orientation just doesn’t cut it.

May/June 2019 Issue
A New Lexicon for Physicians: A Poem for Physicians Who Care [The Last Word]

What if EHRs, MIPS, and MACRA all stood for something else--something truly meaningful?

March/April 2019 Issue
Rediscovering the Secret of Quality [From the Editor]

It’s probably not what you think.

March/April 2019 Issue
Creating a Culture of Intrinsic Motivation [The Last Word]

External motivators don’t work for long.

July/August 2018 Issue
How to Create a Culture of Well-Being in Your Practice [Feature]

Every organization has a culture, either by default or by design. Why not cultivate one that helps people thrive?

May/June 2018 Issue
How to Be Happy in Practice for 30-Plus Years [The Last Word]

These eight lessons can help you avoid burnout and enjoy medicine.

March/April 2018 Issue
A Team-Based Care Model That Improves Job Satisfaction [Feature]

Expanding the role of medical assistants to better support providers can improve not only traditional outcomes but also job satisfaction.

September/October 2017 Issue
From Frustration to Fulfillment in Practice and Patient Care [From the Editor]

The ultimate goal is to improve your patients' experience receiving care and your experience providing it.

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