Low morale among physicians is not an individual failing, but the result of an organizational culture that doesn’t support well-being. Burnout expert Tait Shanafelt, MD, has some ideas on how to change that.
Physicians gather to discuss hypertension control and how practices can adjust to evidence-based BP protocols.
Participation in the AMA’s Target: BP Recognition Program helps physicians contribute to improving the national blood pressure control rate.
Burnout has received growing attention, with more health care organizations starting to find solutions that address problem’s system-level causes.
Keeping physicians involved and providing up-to-date evidence can help ensure proper blood-pressure management.