Should payers offer incentives for anti-burnout measures?
According to a study published in Annals of Internal Medicine, the annual economic cost associated with physician burnout in the United States is approximately $7,600 per physician each year, translating to about $4.6 billion in costs. Therefore, there is economic value in preventing burnout through incentives or evidence-based programs in order to retain a resilient and talented workforce.
Physician burnout is associated with $4.6 billion in costs, which makes initiatives to ease burnout evident. Are you for or against expenditures and incentives for physician burnout reduction programs?
Last Answered: 19 hours ago