Family physician spreads word on burnout fight, 1 t-shirt at a time
This Montana family doctor has a message for his colleagues: Like the phoenix, they too can rise above physician burnout.
Fix the "pebble in the shoe" problems to cut physician burnout
To improve physician satisfaction, this health system asked doctors to share frustrations that could be addressed quickly. Here is what happened.
How to face 3 common private practice hassles
Actionable resources, professional autonomy and banding together when needed give private-practice physicians the power to alleviate common headaches.
Leadership development may be linked to reduced burnout rates
Learn about the secret sauce behind why these internists in Birmingham, Alabama, have such a low rate of physician burnout.
Quick Take: Moves cut barriers to opioid-use disorder treatment
In actions that will save lives, New Jersey and Washington, D.C., removed prior authorization for Medicaid patients who need medication-assisted treatment.
District of Columbia takes important step to reverse opioid epidemic
The MSDC and the AMA applauded the mayor’s office for removing prior authorization for medications to treat opioid use disorder.
AMA: New Jersey shows leadership to help end opioid epidemic
The AMA commended NJ Gov. Murphy and state Human Services Commissioner Johnson for helping end barriers to treatment for patients with opioid use disorder.
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