Topic: Physician Satisfaction
Now's the time to rethink who conducts clinical documentation on behalf of your organization.
When it comes to physician burnout, healthcare leaders must look in the mirror and realize that the systems they've created fuel the problem.
It turns out the age of a physician does influence the likelihood patients will have a complaint—but it might not be the result you thought.
Physicians are more apt to doubt a female surgeon’s ability after a patient's death than a male counterpart as measured in a sharper drop in referrals.
Patient satisfaction levels drop when doctors deny patient requests for specialists, laboratory tests or certain medications, according to a new study.
In a new poll, most physicians said patients have less trust in their doctors than they did 10 years ago. Linda Girgis, M.D., thinks she knows why.
It wasn’t easy for David Loxterkamp, M.D., when two younger doctors left the family practice where he works in rural Maine earlier this year.
Physician burnout can cost hospitals millions of dollars in recruitment, training and productivity costs.
The role of a physician coach is also to help doctors rediscover the power of connecting to patients, says Stephen Beeson, M.D.
British researchers say healthcare could learn a lot from other industries that already understand the link between fatigue and worker mistakes.