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The Burnout Cure

Clinicians, worried that you'll never shake the feeling of burnout? Here are nine ways that can help the restore your passion for medicine. Also, can nurse practitioners and physician assistants help or harm burned out physicians? Some experts say yes, others say no.

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Rasu Shrestha, MD

In this podcast, the chief innovation officer at the UPMC health system joins us to explain the potential of artificial intelligence in reducing burnout.

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Colorado is one of only six states that doesn't require doctors to undergo criminal records checks, but change is on the way.

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A recent study found that care by physicians and non-physician clinicians did not differ in community health centers.

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If you are feeling burned out from the demands of insurance, EHR documentation and more, consider a subscription practice. Here's the good and bad.

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Bottlenecks will happen at your practice, but that doesn't mean you have be complicit. Here are ways to keep patients flowing.

Employing NPs and PAs is becoming more prevalent in the wake of the physician shortage epidemic, here are some ways to utilize these practitioners in a meaningful way.

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In an era where knowledge is at our fingertips, board exams have become less practical for clinicians.

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Physicians Practice Pearls

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If you are feeling burned out from the demands of insurance, EHR documentation and more, consider a subscription practice. Here's the good and bad.

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Insurance companies are grading you. You may know this, but do you know how to change your score?

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If you are looking to improve processes at your practice, an effective method for problem improvement is the "5 Whys."

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