Physician-written resource offers insight on the potential benefits of working for a health system that features doctors in top-level leadership roles.
Life & Career
Susan Thompson Hingle, MD, enjoys her specialty because it offers the ability to form meaningful, long-term relationships with patients.
The more satisfied physicians are, the less likely they are to leave their practices, says newly published research.
There are many reasons why women in dual-physician couples with children cut their work hours. The pattern can contribute to gender disparities in medical leadership.
At a Washington state health system, physicians are shadowed by consultants who offer ways to improve workflow, cut clicks without compromising care.
Health psychologist Kelly McGonigal, PhD, works with physicians to help find ways to remain engaged and cultivate sustainable compassion.