burnout

Corporate medicine use doctors as pawnsThe solution for burnout is for physicians to be able to devote their full energies solely to the wellbeing of their patients by opting-out of the demands of all third-party contracts and not becoming hospital corporate employees.
Is work-life balance a reality for physicians?There’s no one-size-fits all answer to the question
2017 Physician Writing Contest winnersAchieving work-life balance is easier said than done, but doctors have found solutions.
Boundaries and balance: To thine own self be trueHow to achieve work-life balance is of keen interest to all physician readers
Can the looming physician shortage be stopped?While the nation debates the policy and payment issues in healthcare, a quiet crisis may be brewing behind the scenes.
MACRA plays blame game when patients don't adhereHow MACRA punishes physicians when patients don’t adhere
ABIM needs to look in the mirror when discussing lack of trustMaintenance of certification angst is growing and the purveyors of this onerous exercise have discovered the root of the problem: the patient.
Medical residents angered at extended work hours
Medical residents angered at extended work hoursNew ACGME work hours upset medical residents
Why are women leaving medicine?The physician field remains largely male despite equality in medical school numbers
Marriage, children cause more burnout for female physicians
Marriage, children cause more burnout for female physiciansBy now, we know that women physicians have higher rates of burnout than their male counterparts, with increased levels of depression and suicide.