Readers respond to ACP Internist coverage of issues surround the time spent with patients, ICD-10 coding changes, and physician burnout. ... The pressures and stressors leading to burnout in practice often begin very early in training.
Readers respond to ACP Internist coverage of issues surrounding the time spent with patients, ICD-10 coding changes, and physician burnout. ... 4. Sham peer review, the potential scourge of the employed physician, does not exist.
Physician burnout and suicide. Physician burnout and physician suicide has been getting more attention in the last several years. ... According to a Medscape poll, 40-60% of physicians show signs of burnout.
This issue covers such topics as making systemic changes to fight physician burnout, planning for end-of-life care, and addressing e-cigarettes with patients. ... Physician burnout is well known as a major problem, with competing priorities, growing
Burnout. Physician burnout has received a lot of well-deserved attention lately. ... There seem to be two broad schools of thought about the causes, and by extension, the fixes, of physician burnout.
How much do excessive paperwork and unworkable EHRs contribute to physician burnout, and most important, what is the impact of physician burnout on patient care, physician supply and availability, early physician ... The point, though, is that
We have been hearing a lot about physician burnout and how we need to recapture the joy of practice that we feel has been taken from us by user-unfriendly electronic ... It is attempting to piece together the practice enjoyment puzzle by exploring issues
Last year, ACP launched its network of ACP Wellness Champions, composed of ACP chapter Governors and physician leaders from around the country who are leading sessions on burnout from diagnosis to ... To date, roughly 600 of nearly 1,400 doctors at
So another new aspect this year is an increased focus on resiliency and the high level of physician burnout that is affecting retention, patient safety, professional satisfaction, and trainees' perceptions of ... While planning that meeting, the burden
Be a happy physician and don't do it full time. Talk about physician burnout and job dissatisfaction is everywhere right now. ... In any case, the last thing we need is more administrators in medicine (see this graph), or for physician burnout issues to