September 28th, 2017

New Study Highlights Medical Residents’ Concerns About Handling the Business of Medicine

Findings underscore the need for partners that can simplify practice management.

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July 19th, 2016

Communication, Collegiality, and Care

In recent years, changes to the structure of medical teams, intended to improve communication, sometimes have the opposite effect. As medical teams become less hierarchical, some physicians feel threatened.

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July 31st, 2015

Resilience: Easy as 1-2-3?

Burnout is a popular buzzword in medicine these days. It seems like every upcoming seminar for health care providers has a burnout session on the agenda. Of the subspecialties, ED physicians have the highest level of burnout – estimated to be 68%. Dermatologists and preventative medicine physicians have the lowest rate, but still clock in at 33%. That’s one out of three! Today, some doctors begin experiencing burnout even before they complete their training, as 60%-70% of residents meet the criteria for burnout.

Read the full story to learn more about how to recognize and prevent physician burnout…

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