4 personal factors signaling your risk for physician burnout
Are you a physician younger than 55 or have a child under 21? Find out how much these and other demographic factors increase your risk of burnout.
The key to tackling physician burnout: Listening to each other
Learn how a primary care practice moving to a patient-centered medical home avoided the low morale, negative backlash that’s common with change.
Court must reconsider medical examiner’s ask for lawsuit immunity
Initially, a Texas court wouldn’t excuse a physician from a civil rights violation lawsuit. Here’s why a federal appeals court told the lower court to reassess.
6 tips to protect against burnout
The AMA has put together some tips to help physicians promote well-being during their day-to-day routine.
Why patients worry about cybersecurity and patient-generated data
A clearer picture on how to use patient-generated health data is developing. Proceed with caution when integrating this new data into your IT system.
New survey shows decline in physician burnout
The physician burnout rate has dropped below 50 percent for the first time since 2011, according to a new triennial study. But more work still needs to be done.
AMA and CMA praise Atty. Gen. Becerra for supporting MAT
American Medical Association, California Medical Association praise California attorney general call for helping patients struggling with substance use disorder.
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