Perspectives - January 2015
Burnout and the loss of joy in being a doctor have become an ever-expanding concern and a major part of our rhetoric these days. For many physicians, it begins in training.
Based on Obamacare's year 1 enrollment numbers, the law has been very successful in bringing down the numbers and percentages of people without health insurance. But these data also show why it struggles to win support among the broader public.
Among the many efforts to improve teamwork and improve patient care, one potential area for significant improvement remains: the selection of medical trainees.
This issue covers topics including management of hepatitis and the effect of new direct-pay practice models on primary care practice.
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