Provider Burnout

CMS Updates Aim to Improve Patient-Centered Care, Care Access

November 5, 2018 - The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has issued a slew of final rules aimed at reducing administrative simplification and improving patient-centered care. Late last week, CMS finalized its 2019 Physician Fee Schedule (PFS), the Home Health Prospective Payment Program, the Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS), and payment rules for Durable Medical Equipment. The PFS...

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How Does Physician Burnout Impact Patient Care Access?

by Sara Heath

Physician burnout is reaching new heights. And as more doctors look to make their next moves in a career that leaves them stressed and unsatisfied, the industry faces threats to patient care access. The physician burnout epidemic has...

Could Patient-Provider Relationships Reduce Provider Burnout?

by Sara Heath

Focusing on patient-provider relationships and strategies to address the social determinants of health could help reduce provider burnout, but current care models do not always allow for that, according to the Physicians Foundation’s...

Key Steps for Tackling Provider Shortages, Patient Care Access Gaps

by Sara Heath

The United States is staring down a significant provider shortage, raising questions about how to ensure seamless patient care access in a rapidly changing environment. As of 2016, the healthcare industry lacked 20,000 primary care...

How Does Provider Burnout Impact Patient Care Quality, Care Access?

by Sara Heath

Provider burnout has reached staggering levels, leaving healthcare professionals to consider the impacts the issue will have on patient care quality and care access. “The health care environment—with its packed work days,...

Supporting Frontline Healthcare Workers in Clinician Shortage

by Sara Heath

Healthcare is facing an impending patient care access crisis as clinician shortage gaps continue to widen. But as medical experts work to address the growing clinician shortage issue, they must also consider shortages in frontline...

The Rise of Nurse Practitioners Amidst Provider Burnout, Shortages

by Sara Heath

Between increasing patient panels, evolving and often difficult-to-use technology, and the complications of federal quality reporting requirements, healthcare provider burnout is rampant. But as more providers suffer from burnout and even...


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