August 23, 2016 |
“Burnout is a persistent problem in the healthcare field, but doctors say hospitals haven’t done enough to address the issue. Now, however, some organizations are finally taking action.
Physicians are especially susceptible to burnout due to the expectation that they promote a “myth of invulnerability,” according to Modern Medicine Network. This starts during the education process, according to the article, and a dramatic shift in care delivery post-Affordable Care Act has contributed as well.
To address these problems, some hospitals and health systems have put burnout prevention strategies in place…” Read full article.