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Drivers of clinician burnout and technology’s role as problem solver: From the U.S. to Australia

June 1, 2022 / By Travis Bias, DO, MPH, FAAFP

Three years after my family medicine residency, I was burned out. I didn’t admit to that label at the time, but I wasn’t sleeping well and even had occasional palpitations. […]

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When it comes to burnout, it’s too easy to just blame technology

Aug. 9, 2021 / By Travis Bias, DO, MPH, FAAFP

A recent Health Affairs study of “zero burnout” primary care practices found that satisfaction with the electronic health record (EHR) was not a determinant of clinician burnout level. This is […]

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3M CES 2021 wrap-up: Professionalism and values in health care

July 23, 2021 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

Like most people (I hope), I can get caught up in the details of my work and life to the point that I’m in back-to-back meetings, dashing from one task […]

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Sleep: The elixir of life

Feb. 24, 2020 / By Jacob Amezcua

For me, 2013 was a great year. It was also an awful year. What made it great? I met my wife Lauren that year. Why was it awful? I unexpectedly […]

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AI Talk: Algorithmovigilance, AAA, burnout book review, measuring quality

Dec. 13, 2019 / By V. “Juggy” Jagannathan, PhD

This week’s AI Talk… Algorithmovigilance A cool new word! I saw reference to this in an AMIA communication (1). Coined by Peter Embi of the Regenstrief Institute, it essentially means […]

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Physicians, EHRs and New York City cab drivers

June 19, 2019 / By Steve Cantwell

On a recent business trip to New York City, I take a taxi to JFK Airport from Lower Manhattan in late afternoon traffic. The cab driver tunes into a radio […]

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What to do about clinician burnout?

Nov. 10, 2017 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

Recent research has shown that the cost of clinician burnout appears to be significant: “Clinician burnout is prevalent across health care settings and may impair clinicians’ ability to maintain safe […]