Tag Archives: Physician Burnout

Study: Scribe May Reduce Burnout, Offset Costs

A recent study found that practices can recoup the cost of adding a medical scribe service, which may reduce burnout, within the first year by seeing more patients. How might these findings and a new HHS initiative lower provider burden?

How the Quadruple Aim and Value-Based Care Intersect

There’s a lot of talk around the Quadruple Aim and value-based care, but how do these frameworks intersect and overlap? Rick Foerster, Senior Vice President of Value-Based Operations at Privia Health, examines how the interplay of these concepts can give us an accurate — and exciting — vision for what healthcare has in store in the near-future!

The Troubling Feedback Loop of Primary Care

Despite primary care’s proven effectiveness, fewer physicians are joining the field. Privia Health CEO Shawn Morris analyzes how this causes a problematic “feedback loop” and proposes three novel solutions to address the problem before it becomes a crisis.

3 Ways AI Will Change the Patient Experience

How will artificial intelligence shape the patient experience in the not-so-distant future and how can providers prepare for these changes?

The Rundown | Week of 8.19.2019

“Note bloat” or workplace chaos, which is more likely to cause burnout? How does social media affect boys and girls differently? What is CMS’ new rating system? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

The Rundown | Week of 8.12.2019

Which physicians are more likely to experience burnout? Why are employers embracing telehealth? What is the Trump administration’s “public charge” rule? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

The Rundown | Week of 7.15.2019

How many billions does physician burnout cost per year? Why does telehealth uptake remain slow? What is the link between cancer risk and sugary beverages? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

The Rundown | Week of 6.3.2019

Does Medicaid expansion decrease racial differences in cancer diagnoses? What is the World Health Organization’s definition of burnout? How does the Supreme Court’s decision benefit hospitals? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!

Why Even the Best Doctors Burn Out

In my life as in my research, I’ve found that our strengths as doctors — when unchecked — can lead to burnout. Find out how values like excellence and compassion, two virtues of our profession, can cause us to feel exhausted, disenchanted, and burnt out.

The Rundown | Week of 2.25.2019

How does outdoor activity in childhood affect adult mental health? Why has burnout declined? Who is buying GE’s biopharma business — and for how much? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!