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Primary care physician burnout estimated to cost U.S. health care system $260 million annually

Interventions to boost practice efficiency, organizational culture, interpersonal connections with colleagues, and local leadership can improve professional fulfillment and reduce burnout, suggested the authors of a new study.
8 Mar 2022

Tackling administrative burdens one step at a time

ACP seeks to reduce and eliminate sources of administrative and regulatory burden and has developed significant policy recommendations to address the impact of these tasks.
1 Oct 2022

Combination of interventions may combat physician burnout

Although no specific physician burnout interventions have been shown to be better than others, individual-focused interventions and structural or organizational ones are probably necessary.
4 Oct 2016

Improving trainee well-being vital to medical culture

Three steps can help.
1 Jun 2022

Physician burnout tool helps identify stressors

The module is part of the AMA's Steps Forward™ Initiative, a practice-based initiative that aims to provide physicians with strategies that can improve practice efficiency while also improving the patient experience and lowering overall costs through improved professional satisfaction.
16 Jun 2015

Championing well-being amid COVID-19

Throughout the pandemic's constant challenges, ACP members have taken care of each other by creating supportive spaces, working together, telling stories, and even climbing mountains.
1 Mar 2022

Jan. 14 webinar covers “Mindfulness in Medicine: What Physicians Need to Know”

The free one-hour webinar begins at 3 p.m. ET and is open to all ACP members.
7 Jan 2020

Letters to the Editor

Readers respond to ACP Internist coverage of issues surrounding the time spent with patients, ICD-10 coding changes, and physician burnout.
1 Apr 2015

Physicians pushing back on burnout

This issue covers such topics as making systemic changes to fight physician burnout, planning for end-of-life care, and addressing e-cigarettes with patients.
1 Nov 2016

Published studies may exaggerate the effect of burnout on quality of patient care

While higher burnout is associated with lower-quality health care, the magnitude or clinical significance of the relationship is still not clear due to variability and confounding in the existing research, according to a systematic review.
8 Oct 2019

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