Reinventing Medical Practice

Physician burnout is expensive to an organization, contributing to direct costs of recruitment and replacement when physicians leave or reduce their clinical work hours. For an organization, the cost of physician burnout can range from $500,000 to more than $1 million per doctor. This estimate includes recruitment, sign-on bonuses, lost billings and onboarding costs for replacement physicians.

How much physician burnout is costing your organization

Physician burnout is expensive to an organization, contributing to direct costs of recruitment and replacement when physicians leave or reduce their clinical work hours. For an organization, the cost of physician burnout can range from $500,000 to more than $1 million per doctor. This estimate includes recruitment, sign-on bonuses, lost billings and onboarding costs for replacement physicians.

Every doctor you’ve admired has dealt with burnout

There is a physician burnout epidemic in the U.S. With almost half of all physicians suffering from burnout, it is important for doctors to understand they are not alone in how they are feeling. Even physicians who have achieved the heights of the profession have experienced burnout at some point in their careers.

How the Cleveland Clinic overcame barriers to team-based care

3 keys to prep your staff for success with team-based care

Teamwork in medicine is key to preventing physician burnout and improving patient outcomes. Physicians and other health professionals can learn more about how addressing physician burnout begins with a healthy team through an AMA STEPS Forward™ module on creating a strong team culture.

Addressing physician burnout starts with a healthy team culture

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How to recognize and respond to burnout in a fellow physician

Overall burnout rate is down from 2017, but doctors’ well-being remains a pressing issue. So, when thinking about becoming a physician, medical students and residents might be interested in knowing which specialties can be considered the most stressful medical jobs. Learn how the specialties compare.

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Add a pharmacist to the team

Add a pharmacist to the team to see better outcomes

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