Susan Hingle, MD, says hospital-based physicians are stressed by fears of contracting the virus and lack of adequate personal protective equipment.
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Physicians on the problem with EHRs, in their own words
Tristan Mueck, DO, discusses how physicians can care for themselves and their peers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Susan Hingle, MD, believes COVID-19 will heighten the causes of burnout, such as loss of control and lack of work support networks.
Richard Roberts, MD, advises doctors to always be evaluating what’s important to them in a job, since many will have more than one position during their career.
Using healthcare technologies can be dangerous. Here are the top 10 technologies that are predicted to cause problems in 2020.
Richard Roberts, MD, explains why doctors are often reluctant to ask for what they really want in a contract, and how to overcome that reluctance.
Richard Roberts, MD, advises doctors to be polite and respectful in negotiating a contract, but not be afraid to push for what they want.
Richard Roberts, MD, says doctors need to identify a few things they most want and don’t want in a job before negotiating an employment contract.
Richard Roberts, MD, says that most employment contracts are negotiable, and doctors should tailor contracts as much as possible to their specific needs.