The OB/GYN hospitalist: Less burnout, more balance?
December 1, 2012
It is the balancing act that every ob/gyn knows: the pressure of being in the office while monitoring patients in labor and delivery, finding time to keep up with continuing medical education (CME) and do obstetric emergency simulations, managing rising practice costs, moving toward electronic health records, and dealing with increasing regulatory and administrative burdens. All this is while daring to have a personal life and even occasionally take a vacation. There is an alternative.Read this Article