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2023 in Medical Economics, No. 4: Physician Burnout and Wellness Survey

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Did physician burnout actually improve in 2023? Check out our survey data and find out.

2023 was a milestone year for Medical Economics, as the brand turned 100 years old. To close out the calendar year, we wanted to feature five highlights from the year, including some of hottest health care trends, our exclusive research and the in-depth content that went into our centennial issue. Here's number four.

2023 Physician Burnout and Wellness Survey Results

Doctors are stressed. Working conditions are challenging. Burnout remains a pervasive issue, even in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. But a new level of attention being paid to the plight of burned out doctors means the search for solutions is on.

Although most physicians have said they have experienced burnout during their career, the number who say they feel burned out now has decreased for the second year in a row. While that is good news, the 5th annual Medical Economics® Physician Burnout and Wellness Survey results show there is still room for improvement.

Click here to check out the results.

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Jennifer N. Lee, MD, FAAFP
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