Forbes September 29, 2023
Nicole F. Roberts

Physicians are often under a great deal of stress due to the nature of their work. They are responsible for the lives of others and face constant pressure to ensure everything they do is measuring up to the best possible care, all while workloads increase and resources decrease. Physicians face high levels of stress, often little work-life balance and may be more prone to depression and other mental health issues because of work demands.

At a time when most Americans are making difficult decisions between necessary health expenses and basic needs, the rising costs of care are untenable. In fact, they are rising at a rate higher than inflation. Additionally, the health care industry is already facing shortages of mental...

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