The COVID-19 pandemic affected physicians in a number of ways, according to Medscape’s “2021 Physician Burnout & Suicide Report.” Medscape surveyed 12,339 physicians in more than 29 specialties from Aug. 30, 2020, through Nov. 5, 2020. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, burnout figures remained relatively stable, but the pandemic did affect some specialties more than others.
The Medical Group Management Association’s most recent MGMA Stat poll asked healthcare leaders: “What practice initiative has helped your organization the most amid COVID-19?” Not surprisingly, a majority (60%) of respondents cited the addition and expansion of telehealth services as a major initiative that helped throughout months of stay-at-home orders that saw a significant decline
We are clearly in uncharted territory and the COVID 19 outbreak has had a crippling impact on the global economy. While millions of people around the world are doing their best to minimize their exposure to the virus, the WHO and its executive partners in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand face an uncertain
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has had a crippling effect on the global economy. This is clearly uncharted territory. As millions around the globe do their best to minimize their exposure to the virus, physician practices and their managing partners face an uncertain and stressful future. We are all faced with faltering demand for our business