American Medical Association
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The President's Office Records include materials generated and received by the President of the institution, and his staff, during his time in office. The early records also include the materials generated and received by the Director of the institution, and his staff, prior to the time the position of President existed. Additionally, there are records from the President Emeritus office included in the record group
Dates: Majority of material found within 1941 - 1998
Overview There is tremendous hunger among physicians and other health professionals to serve the needs of patients, without ignoring their own needs for work-life balance and career satisfaction. Professional satisfaction is a powerful driver of the Triple Aim, and as a result, it should be a critical concern of health system leaders and practicing physicians alike. Over half of all U.S. physicians exhibit some sign of burnout, increasing the likelihood of mistakes, patient dissatisfaction, and...
Overview These sessions provide symposium participants an opportunity to share their organizations' experiences in addressing key drivers of burnout. What has worked? What hasn't? What are the challenges in marshaling support from organizational leadership? What resources are needed? What strategies have proved effective in changing the culture of the organization? How can local and national organizations collaborate to address the key drivers of burnout?...