Why a decrease in physician burnout means higher retention and lower turnover

Posted by Doximity TF Team

Nearly 40% of physicians today say that they would not choose to enter the medical profession if given the opportunity to do it all over. That’s up from 1973, when fewer than 15% of physicians reported any doubts about career choices. Physician burnout rates are now twice as high in medicine as in other fields – even after adjustment for factors such as age, level of education, and hours worked in the past week (per the 2018 Medscape National Physician Burnout & Depression Report).

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Filed under Physician burnout, Higher physician retention, Lower turnover rates, Physician burnout can affect your bottom line, Striking a healthy work-life balance

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