According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, physician burnout is a long-term stress reaction that manifests over time due to emotional fatigue, depersonalization, and an absence or low sense of personal accomplishment. Long shifts, a demanding pace, and an increase in EHR use and administrative responsibilities are just a few of the factors that can make you and your peers susceptible to burnout.
Once again, the healthcare industry faces further transformations and growing margin pressure, conveys the Advisory Board, a healthcare industry research firm, in an executive research briefing. Supporting unconventional partnerships and ensuring the physician enterprise stays in step with changes is vital. In fact, never has determining new opportunities for growth been more important.
In celebration of the 19th annual National Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA) Week (January 21 – 27), Medicus wants to recognize the CRNAs who do locum work and/or have a permanent position. You administer roughly 43 million anesthetics a year to patients throughout the United States, according to the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) Practice Profile Survey, which is nothing short of extraordinary.