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Stamping Out Burnout

Physicians are increasingly feeling squeezed by outside forces and inner stress. They have been under greater pressure to see more and more patients due to declining payer reimbursements, unfilled physician shortages, and newly insured patients.

Here's how you can fight back.

And: If you are wondering how other healthcare professionals feel about burnout, check out our slideshow of revealing quotes. [Photo credit: @Path Doc]

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Every profession has a rhythm. But when you lose pace with that cadence, you can simultaneously lose the passion you once had for your job.

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