Physician burnout in small practices is dramatically lower than national average, new study concludes
Newswise Jul 11, 2018
Newswise—Physicians who work in small, independent primary care practices—also known as SIPs—report dramatically lower levels of burnout than the national average (13.5% vs 54.4%), according to a study led by researchers at NYU School of Medicine publishing online July 9 in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. The findings indicate that the independence and sense of autonomy that providers have in these small practices may provide some protection against...
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