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Swapna Reddy JD MPH Jun 9
A lot lot of discussion amongst all docs I know on this article today! Opinion | The Business of Health Care Depends on Exploiting Doctors and Nurses - The New York Times
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Gavin Preston, M.D. Jun 15
Medicine is the only profession where when the canary in the coalmine dies, people say "Can't we just get stronger canaries?"
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Kris Adams, MD Jun 9
Doctors shouldn’t be charting in EMRs for hours at home during their downtime. This is a huge contributor to and it is exploitation and worker abuse. Opinion | The Business of Health Care Depends on Exploiting Doctors and Nurses -
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StayWell 7h
Roughly $4.6 billion per year—that's how much costs the U.S. health care system, according to a new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Here’s how the study quantifies the financial burden.
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Lightbeam Health 2h
Replying to @LightbeamHealth
is very real but can be mitigated. Several recent studies have shown that organizational interventions have been successful in reducing burnout by up to 10%.
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Metagenics Institute 2h
Conservative estimate of physician burnout costs in the US is a whopping $4.6 billion - attributable to physician turnover and reduced clinical hours
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Lightbeam Health 45m
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“Becoming a dot connecting organization gives you the ability to drive clarity and clarity reduces burnout.” Josh Patten,
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Healthcare Finance 8m
Survey: 90% of payers believe they have a role to play when it comes to reducing , but there’s more they can be (and are) doing. See where they stand. (AD)
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Medicomp Systems 38m
This survey isn’t surprising. 74% of independent medical practices say they experience high , and 70% find administrative tasks take time away from patients. |
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CREATION 3h
Bullying, burnout & burden pose a significant challenge for the mental health of HCPs and contribute to the high rates of suicidal ideation. looks at the stories HCPs discuss online.
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Dr. Lorraine Sharp Jun 17
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Accenture Health Jun 16
When physicians are unwell, health systems are unwell. A new view of .
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American Association for Physician Leadership Jun 12
Can this method of combating help others who aren't in the industry? Find out what has to say.
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MedPro Group Jun 16
Physician burnout: The pledge your organization should make now (via )
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MyRounding 4h
costs the U.S. healthcare industry an estimated $4.6 billion a year due to doctor turnover and reduced clinical hours. by
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SE Healthcare 7h
Medicine, NASA, and "The Right Stuff" Method. Combatting physician burnout
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BCMHouston Jun 12
Demanding hours and high program expectations are just some of the challenges residents and fellows will face in the next steps of their medical careers, but Dr. Mary Brandt shares some tips on how to combat physician burnout.
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PhysiciansFoundation Jun 12
As runs rampant, we must remember that are people and need support just like you do.
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Vocera Jun 10
“Burnout is being called a public health crisis because it affects the well-being of clinicians, their families, and patients, which in turn impacts clinical quality and financial outcomes." - quoted in . .
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Amy Sullivan Jun 15
My niece got to go to work with my brother today. She said “I will see you after surgery!” Pure joy!!! This is how we reduce
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