Feeling burned out? Try picking up the phone to call your coach
Professional coaching may be one effective strategy to reduce physician burnout and improve well-being, says research published in JAMA. Learn how it works.
#MeToo in medicine: We can all be allies
Harassment is more common in historically male-dominated fields, such as medicine. Learn how to prevent a hostile work environment.
Teamwork, tech help this Privia physician rediscover joy in practice
To maintain his autonomy and independence, Joseph DeVeau, MD, became part of a larger organization and began practicing team-based care.
Myth or fact? Ancillary staff can't document parts of E/M services
Medicare does not require doctors to redocument information in a patient’s record that has already been documented by staff or by patients themselves.
Distracted driving: Most states aren’t cracking down on deadly practice
What’s in the news: Eight Americans are killed every day in a car crash involving a distracted driver, and more than 1,000 are injured daily in such accidents, says the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
How can we leverage technology for better suicide prevention?
Technology is a critical tool that needs to be further developed to help save lives. Learn more from the AMA about how that could help.
How patients can start—and stick with—key lifestyle changes
Getting healthier is a common New Year’s resolution, and a great way to start is with a productive conversation in the physician’s office. Here’s how.
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