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The average U.S. doctor spends 16.6 percent of his or her working hours on non-patient-related paperwork, time that might otherwise be spent caring for patients. And the more time doctors spend on such bureaucratic tasks, the unhappier they are about having chosen medicine as a career.
Tenured UK physician and life sciences and regenerative medicine advocate, Dr.
Demand for general practice appointments is rising rapidly, and in an attempt to deal with this, many practices have introduced systems of telephone triage.
The majority of GPs in a survey carried out by The BMJ say their workload has soared in the past year because of their patients' financial hardship under new government rules for receiving benefits.
Medorizon has helped a number of providers in all specialty with joining an ACO.
Improving family doctor access during standard working hours might be better for reducing out of hours service use than extending the opening times of GP surgeries.
Created in collaboration with UC San Diego School of Medicine faculty, new online educational program readies experienced doctors for vacant primary care positions nationwide SAN DIEGO,
The pass mark for a two-part test that international medical graduates must pass to work as a doctor in the UK should be raised to reduce differences in performance between international and UK medical graduates.
Less than 10% of clinicians routinely refer to specialists that they don’t know.
Government initiatives are set to increase the accessibility of GPs, particularly in regional areas.
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