Recognizing perfectionism, praising accomplishments reduces charting stress

Recognizing perfectionism, praising accomplishments reduces charting stress

The keys to reducing stress associated with charting is recognizing maladaptive perfectionism, focusing on accomplishments and ‘only handling it once,’ according to a speaker at the Ending Physician Burnout Global Summit.“I don’t think I have to tell you all of the impact of the electronic health record and what a large contributor the EMR is in the epidemic of burnout,” Gail Gazelle, MD, MCC, founding member of the Harvard Institute of Coaching, said. “What I find as a coach is that many physicians expend a lot of energy on things that they cannot controlRead More

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