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Physician Burnout and its Impact on Patient Experience Examined by The Beryl Institute

Thursday, October 30, 2014  
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New White Paper Shares the Implications of Burnout and how Organizations can Support Physicians to Ensure the Best Possible Healthcare Experience

Dallas, Texas (October 30, 2014) – A new white paper released by The Beryl Institute explores the impact of physician burnout on the delivery of care and overall patient experience. The paper "An Invisible Barrier to Compassionate Care: The Implications of Physician Burnout on Patient & Family Experience” reports the significance and risk factors of burnout, as well as potential interventions, so that healthcare organizations can improve not only the work experience of their physicians but also the health and care experience of every patient they serve.

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