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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.
Every organization has a culture, either by default or by design. Why not cultivate one that helps people thrive?
These eight lessons can help you avoid burnout and enjoy medicine.
Expanding the role of medical assistants to better support providers can improve not only traditional outcomes but also job satisfaction.
The ultimate goal is to improve your patients' experience receiving care and your experience providing it.