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Medical malpractice and physician burnout, for instance. Propose solutions to these issues, even if it goes against your core politics.
September 2020

Health care IT: Have we now reached a critical mass?

They also dramatically contribute to physician burnout and make doctors quite miserable. ... means to be a good physician.
September 2020

Is the search for employed physician job satisfaction fool's gold?

Is the search for employed physician job satisfaction fool's gold? Discussion about physician job satisfaction and burnout is all too common within medical circles. ... I therefore still have lots of friends and former colleagues over there, and it's
September 2020

One physician's journey to direct primary care, a burnout tale

One physician's journey to direct primary care, a burnout tale. Donald Ross (an obvious pseudonym) has practiced in a medium sized town for around 20 years. ... I suspect all my readers know that physician burnout is an epidemic.
September 2020

Fixing physicians' broken windows

Having said all of this, it's no secret there's an epidemic of physician burnout and job dissatisfaction out there. ... 4. Fix electronic health records. Almost every current study of physician job satisfaction and career burnout, lists the burden of
September 2020

A 5-point immediate action plan for health care IT

Indeed, lots of work to do. At a time when physician burnout and job dissatisfaction are at an all-time high—with so many physicians listing health care IT as a ... Suneel Dhand, MD, ACP Member, is a practicing physician in Massachusetts.
September 2020

What doctors can learn from La La Land

Let's draw the following parallel: Over the last 10-20 years we've witnessed an epidemic of physician burnout and job dissatisfaction. ... Suneel Dhand, MD, ACP Member, is a practicing physician in Massachusetts.
September 2020

What would a happy health care New Year look like?

We pay more for health care in the United States mainly because our prices are higher, whether it's for advanced imaging, hospital stays, emergency care, nonprimary care physician services, or ... 3. Reduce the crushing administrative burden on doctors
January 2018

The Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) on the chopping block

Physician burnout is increasing, now at over 50%, primarily attributed to administrative duties. ... places, learn more about medicine and increase her knowledge base and perspective by practicing hospital and primary care medicine as a locum tenens
September 2020

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