What's needed in a physician champion to ditch the stupid stuff
Getting rid of stupid stuff means eliminating the small annoyances that lead to administrative burdens. Here’s how to appoint a high-level champion to lead the initiative.
AMA COVID-19 daily video update: A look at innovation supporting physicians during the pandemic
The AMA is leading the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. See daily video updates on how the AMA is fighting COVID-19 by supporting innovation for physicians, practices and health systems.
Burnout isn’t due to resiliency deficit. It’s still a system issue.
Even the most resilient physicians have substantial rates of burnout. Learn more about what health systems must do to improve physician well-being.
4 ways to get help cutting the stupid stuff at your health system
Small annoyances can add up to big administrative burdens for doctors. Learn more from the AMA about how to engage appropriate departments and get the help you’ll need.
How to create better EHR usability to enhance physicians’ lives
Physicians recognize the value of the EHR for patient care, but also experience negative associations with patient interactions and work-life integration.
2020 vision: 4 ways residency has changed in the new millennium
The realities of graduate medical education have shifted significantly over the years. This generation of residents is equipped to handle four key changes.
Transition to Practice
8 steps physicians can take when deciding where to practice
Following these steps for identifying and evaluating job opportunities can empower physicians to find jobs that match their priorities.
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