Study: Doctor burnout may increase affect of doctor biases on care
A national survey of doctors shows job burnout and personal bias have continued to increase in recent years, and researchers suggest the growth of both could affect the quality of care patients receive. Doctors said bureaucratic tasks, working too many hours, computerization and dealing with insurance as among aspects of the job most burning them out, in the survey conducted by MedScape.
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