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Joy of Medicine

Help restore physician Joy of Medicine.

Despite heightened awareness of the widespread negative impact of physician burnout, the nationwide Physician Misery Index has increased from 3.78 to 3.94 out of 5, since the  inaugural survey in 2015.

Our 2019 survey helps pinpoint underlying sources of physician dissatisfaction and provides seven practical solutions healthcare organizations can take today to address burnout.

At Geneia, we're committed to regularly measuring the satisfaction of physicians and working to remedy pain points.

 

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We must work as tirelessly to restore the joy of medicine as doctors do.

Dr. David Nash editorializes about fixes to the Physician Misery Index.
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Bye, bye burnout?

Dr. David Nash editorializes about fixes to the Physician Misery Index.

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Get serious about physician burnout: Seven solutions

Physicians give seven ways besides fixing EHRs to fight burnout

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