Putting end to Physician Burnout and Medical Staff famine entails Agile Approach

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The United States could be on its way to losing a quarter of its physicians and up to 40% of its nurses. That is based on a report published in Medical Economics in December 2021. The latter downward trend contributed to the high level of stress and administrative burden exacerbated by the COVID- 19 pandemics. Unless health care organizations take steps…

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