Working in healthcare is just plain hard. So, how do you cope if and when your passion for it seems gone? Here are some things to try.
If you’ve ever wondered what your role is when it comes to disaster response, here are seven things that can help you prepare for the next emergency.
Recent research indicates that physician burnout improved since 2014 and is now even lower than levels not seen since 2011.
Given the growing physician shortage, it’s a buyer’s market, so to speak. If you’re thinking about a new job, you might want to consider these states.
60% of patients turn to search engines to find a doctor, while 51% rely on social media. If you don’t have an online presence, it’s time to get one.
Physician compensation rose significantly in 2018, according to findings from the AMGA. See a breakdown of the numbers here.
A battle has been brewing between advanced practitioners seeking to expand their scope of practice and the physicians who oppose them. Where do you stand?
Despite often being known as the healers, those who aim to save lives, it is estimated that as many as 400 physicians die by suicide in the U.S. each year.
There is no one solution to fix physician burnout, considering it is a multifaceted issue, but optimizing EHR certainly can’t hurt.
As the physician shortage continues, it’s promising to know that medical school enrollment has outpaced growth goals. But the crisis isn’t over quite yet.