Physician Burnout — These Characters Are To Blame

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Physician burnout in the U.S. is reaching epidemic levels, affecting the majority of physicians in some specialties.¬†Practicing medicine is, of course, a stressful job. Make a mistake and you might end someone’s life. But physicians are not usually burned out by such life and death matters.¬†Instead, it’s the most mundane part of their jobs that’s driving them away from the profession.

They’re getting burned out one keystroke at a time.

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