Keyword: Christine A. Sinsky
Just as the airline industry creates a “manageable cockpit” to keep pilots from being overwhelmed, it’s time the healthcare industry protects doctors.
There’s a big gap between what physicians want to do and where they actually spend their time.
There’s another reason why healthcare organizations should invest in physician well-being: It makes fiscal sense.
A group of administrators, physicians, ethicists, nurses and patients think organizational professionalism may help achieve the elusive Quadruple Aim.
Two separate visits to different ophthalmologists reveal a big problem for doctors: The electronic health record is taking them away from interacting with patients.
MACRA and changing patient attitudes are among the top challenges that doctors will face this year.
Physician burnout remains a problem, but hope is on the horizon as hospitals and practices have finally begun to acknowledge and address the issue.
Redesigning the medical practice can cut physician burnout.