Physicians who have been given the freedom to make decisions necessary for providing high quality care and the resources to do so were 14% more productive than their peers and 61% less likely to exhibit symptoms of burnout, write Harvard Business School's Len Schlesinger and athenahealth's Josh Gray. Those in team-oriented groups were also found to be 75% less likely to report suffering burnout symptoms.
Experts: Maximizing capability, resources can help physicians avoid burnout
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