Follow these steps to receive well-being recognition from the AMA
The AMA Joy in Medicine Health System Recognition Program sets the standard for organizations taking proven steps to reduce physician burnout.
Help Move Medicine
Medicine doesn’t stand still, and neither do we. AMA members don’t just keep up with medicine—they shape its future.
Health system impact: Physician burnout
Reducing burnout is essential to high-quality patient care and a sustainable health system. Learn how health systems are driving solutions to physician burnout.
How 17 health systems rose to meet the moment in 2023
Burnout. Inflation. Staff shortages. Medicare pay cuts. They all hit this year. Learn how these health systems responded to drive medicine’s future.
What doctors wish patients knew about proper ear care
Taking care of your ears helps reduce ear infections and prevent hearing loss. Two otolaryngologists share what to keep in mind.
6 ways to take your organization’s physician burnout temperature
Burnout symptoms are bad enough. But to truly uncover how things are going, it may be useful to review—and act on—six key metrics. Learn more with the AMA.
Focus on these 6 areas to boost physician well-being
Health systems are making strides in reducing burnout and improving well-being. But more must be done. Learn how to receive recognition from the AMA.
When doctors take on leadership roles, the right coaching can help
To better navigate the demands of health-system leadership, Baptist Health Medical Group physicians first learn about themselves. Find out how.
A rise in burnout led this health system to shift well-being focus
The pandemic has affected everyone differently. That’s why Baptist Health Medical Group is readjusting how they tackle burnout systemwide.