Topic: Physician Satisfaction
A new report suggests accuracy and integration are keys to getting physicians to adopt speech-recognition software to interact with EHRs.
If they had it to do over again, residents who trained in pathology and anesthesiology were more likely to regret their choice of a career as a doctor.
CMS issued a proposed rule on Monday that would eliminate or update a slew of regulations deemed “unnecessary, obsolete or excessively burdensome.”
Epic and Nuance Communications hope voice assistance technology in EHRs is an answer to reducing the documentation burden for doctors.
It's time for doctors to no longer ignore bad behavior from patients and their family members.
Nearly 80% of medical students say they are burned out, according to a new survey.
When it comes to physician burnout, Shawn C. Jones, M.D., says he speaks from experience.
More than half of U.S. physicians and 26% of nurses are experiencing burnout, and it’s affecting the entire healthcare ecosystem
More than salary, the next generation of doctors say they are looking for work-life balance when they choose their first job as a physician.
According to a GAO report, an IHS provider shortage is hurting American Indian and Alaska Native patients who rely on them.