American medicine is at a crossroads as doctors begin to reject a cruel, exhausting educational model and a minefield-ridden practice landscape. Hands wring over the worsening physician shortage, yet little happens to ease physicians’ administrative workloads or student loan burdens.
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Positive feedback from patients often doesn’t get to the other person that matters — a physician’s supervisor. Read what I learned from a business-style leadership seminar that is missing in the medical profession.