IN FOCUS: CREATING A CULTURE OF WELL-BEING
To improve physician well-being and prevent burnout, Yale School of Medicine started searching for ways to reduce clicks and increase time spent with patients. New initiatives there have helped clinicians spend less time typing and more time caring for patients. Yale Chief Medical Officer and AMA member Ronald Vender, MD, details the course to beating burnout.
With 59% of its doctors experiencing burnout, leaders at this major health system needed a new direction driven by physician feedback.