burnout

Your Voice: JAMA study doesn't give doctors enough creditPrescribing decisions, physician burnout, tort reform and PQRS are among the hot topics of this edition of Your Voice.
Why physician burnout happens and what we can do to prevent it
Why physician burnout happens and what we can do to prevent itThere’s no doubt about it: Physician burnout is real and it affects an alarming number of us across the nation. While physicians focus on their patients, the practice environment is filled with invisible stresses that weigh on physicians and cause burnout.
Tips for taking advantage of Labor Day 2016
Tips for taking advantage of Labor Day 2016Dermatologists, once considered generally immune to burnout, are seeing a sharp increase in occupational fatigue and we're offering some ideas for this Labor Day Weekend to help regain that strong work-life balance.
Physicians abused, ignored and silenced no more
Physicians abused, ignored and silenced no moreToday, we stand in solidarity against the causes of physician suicide. We must shine a light on the causes and either force them to change or make them irrelevant.
Reigniting your passion for dermatology through Tao Te Ching
Reigniting your passion for dermatology through Tao Te ChingDermatologists share the calming lessons of Tao Te Ching as a way to combat work and life stress.
Top 9 MACRA threats that could become reality for doctors, patientsAs the rules for MACRA are written, we are again at a critical juncture in U.S. healthcare. The risks to both physicians and their patients is real.
What is the price of physician stress and burnout?
What is the price of physician stress and burnout?Unfortunately, for many physicians, the professional rewards of status, security, and meaningful work are threatened by an avalanche of responsibility and stress characterizing today’s practice environment and further contributing to an escalating epidemic of physician stress and burnout.
Direct primary care may become the normTraditional primary care is failing, and physicians are burning out at a high rate.
It's time to get doctors out of EHR data entry
It's time to get doctors out of EHR data entryThere was a day when medical transcription was neat and clean. A doctor dictated what happened during an exam and a transcriptionist accurately typed each detail into the patient’s record. Each future encounter built on that record, a detailed history meant to ensure quality care. It wasn’t a perfect system, but it worked.
Provider burnout hinders cancer care qualityA look at how burnout affects providers, their patients, and the centers that employ them.