Eat right and exercise: Advice doctors should also take to heart
This medical group’s effort to address physician burnout includes making self-care a priority, and a big part of that includes eating right and moving more.
The overlooked benefits of medical scribes
It’s a given that using medical scribes will reduce data-entry time for physicians. But the myriad benefits this produces for patients and physicians are now being quantified by emerging research.
Payment & Delivery Models
How the Cleveland Clinic overcame barriers to team-based care
From patient concerns to finances, AMA member Kevin Hopkins, MD, talks about how Cleveland Clinic overcame barriers to team-based care.
American Conference on Physician Health 2019
Join us in 2019 for the American Conference on Physician Health for the latest research and innovations related to physicians’ health.
How Henry Ford Hospital is working to prevent physician burnout
Learn more about what this Detroit hospital has done, putting several physician burnout prevention strategies in place.
Job satisfaction at this health system is 92%. Find out why.
Green Bay—dubbed TitleTown for its 13-time champion Packers—should gain further renown for this winning approach to team-based care. Patient says, “It’s like I got my doctor back.”
Take practical steps toward a healthier culture for medicine
The AMA’s targeted, evidence-based advice will help health systems and clinics create a culture of well-being in their organizations. Discover tools you can use now.
Set clear rules to stop bad behavior that worsens morale
Inappropriate and disruptive behavior by physicians and other hospital staff isn’t just a teamwork issue. It can be a sign of burnout and a threat to patient safety and quality of care. Here’s what your organization can do.
Working overtime? At Stanford, physicians bank the time for later
Doctors who take on time-consuming roles are allowed to save time for grocery-store trips, dry cleaning, meal deliveries and more.