We are not much good to others, if we are not good to ourselves.
Catherine Hambley, PhD
The key to patient satisfaction lies in your employees.
Effective teamwork leads to fewer medical errors and better patient care.
The science of personality and why self-awareness matters.
If you find yourself growling, scowling or about to explode, try these tactics to improve your mood and (keep your cool).
It’s easy to be a Negative Nancy, but it’s important for the sake of yourself, your staff and your patients that you focus on the positives to build a better workplace culture.
Here are four strategies that can go a long way towards creating a culture where people feel engaged, empowered, and supported. And the happier your staff, the greater your patient satisfaction.
The drivers of burnout are too numerous and complex for any individual physician to address alone. But there are steps physicians can take to reduce their stress levels and improve their cognitive functioning and well-being.
Computerized records are not going away, so it is imperative to develop strategies to mitigate and cope with the stress EHRs are causing—for physicians and for patients.
As the saying goes, it’s not what you said but how you make them feel. Being more conscientious of your delivery can improve communication with patients, staff, and colleagues.