Primary care practices develop strategies to avoid burnout

05/22/2013 | Medscape (free registration)

Primary care practices have developed strategies to avoid burnout, such as encouraging more interaction and communication among staff, researchers reported in the Annals of Family Medicine. The study included 23 practices and found a trend toward delegating more basic clinical responsibilities to medical assistants and nurses, reflecting a shift from a physician-centric to a shared-care model of health care delivery.

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