Studies have found that physicians spend nearly 30 hours per month working on the EHR in their homes — including morning and evening hours over the weekend.
Teamwork makes the dream work. It takes the entire medical team of physicians, registered nurses, and medical specialists being on the same page. What strategies and initiatives work best for sustaining teams within a department and across disciplines for effective coordination of care?
Article by Stephen Beeson
A physician coach reflects on who gets better, what works, and how to create a learning culture.
Interview by Jessica C. Dudley & Namita Seth Mohta
How the CMO of Brigham and Women’s Physicians Organization combats burnout at her institution and empowers physicians with leadership skills.
The CEO of Atrius Health offers suggestions on how to make sure young physicians — who will be caring for us when we’re older — battle burnout.
Article by Robert A. Phillips, Roberta L. Schwartz, William F. McKeon & Marc L. Boom
Due to learnings from previous hurricanes, five success factors kept the Texas Medical Center operational during one of the worst natural disasters in recent U.S. history.
Article by Glenn Waters & Bruce Flareau
BayCare’s extensive disaster preparations were crucial in weathering the storm.
Creating sustained change comes from a leader who does more than just inspire.
How Adrienne Boissy and Cleveland Clinic are focusing on physician communication — and getting results.
Patients have only three wishes when it comes to how they want to be cared for, and they’re not as complicated as you might think.