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Wellness Wednesdays and yoga breaks aren’t sufficient. Here’s how health care organizations can begin to address physician well-being.
Pretending we have it together and can do it all on our own is the fastest way to professional isolation and burnout. Fortunately, there’s a better way.
The key to a fulfilling career is to know what’s important to you — from your mission, identity, and direction to family, fun, and finances — and then pursue that.
In some settings, the cause of burnout isn’t having too much work — it’s having the wrong type of work.
Variety in our daily work may be a way to improve care and satisfaction with practicing medicine.
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.
In an era of patient-centered medical homes and value-based care, the old approach to physician orientation just doesn’t cut it.
What if EHRs, MIPS, and MACRA all stood for something else--something truly meaningful?
It’s probably not what you think.
External motivators don’t work for long.