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New: [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Workplace stress has reached epidemic proportions in our competitive corporate atmosphere, and is especially palpable in the high-stakes field of medicine. Stress is such a commonplace part of our lives – American author Jane Wagner says “reality is the leading cause of stress amongst those in touch with it,” - that many of us discount its disastrous impact in our places of business. Recent research by the American Psychological Association (APA) indicates that a whopping 75% of employees consider their jobs to be major sources of stress. More than half
Old: [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]It is such a vague concept – something that should work in theory, but is so hard to measure and quantify that it becomes a trite industry buzz statement with little real-world meaning. We all want a more productive office, and we all want to see our profits increase. But how do we get from where we are now to a practice that is producing at a fantastic rate? Some things start from the top, but this one starts from the bottom.
Consider this – you have a doctor who sees each patient for 15 minutes, bringing their total patients seen in an 8-hour day to