How to Master Communicating with the Most Challenging Personalities in Your Life
How to Handle Challenging Emotions—in Ourselves, Patients, and Those We Lead
April is National Stress Awareness Month, and Dr. Neha Sangwan, founder of Intuitive Intelligence, joins the AMA STEPS Forward® podcast
for two episodes focused on how to navigate conflict and challenging emotions.
The Association of Work Overload with Burnout and Intent to Leave the Job Across the Healthcare Workforce During COVID-19
Newly published Journal of General Internal Medicine
study finds that perceived work overload was associated with burnout and intent to leave across all health care roles, including physicians, nurses, and other clinical and non-clinical staff.
Taming the EHR Playbook: A system-level approach to EHR inbox reduction
Physicians from three organizations provide a 9-step process
(PDF) and checklist
(PDF) to reduce EHR inboxes at the system level based on their personal experiences eliminating unnecessary burdens and improving EHR workflows.
Digital Minimalism — An Rx for Clinician Burnout
This New England Journal of Medicine
commentary weighs the cost-benefit balance for technology and advocates for the development of clear boundaries around the use of modes of communication to achieve greater periods of uninterrupted work and higher quality patient care.
Private Practice: Attending to Business
Claim free CME with this new podcast mini-series designed to help you navigate medical practice business operations and efficiency solutions to create and support a thriving business.
Can physicians openly discuss EHR issues?
The latest entry in the AMA Debunking Regulatory Myths
series addresses EHR gag clauses.