Harvard Business Review January 19, 2022
Jessica Dudley, Sarah McLaughlin, and Thomas H. Lee


Huge numbers of women physicians are cutting back or quitting and taking jobs that offer them more flexibility in terms of hours and the ability to work from home. This withdrawal is creating a crisis for health care organizations — one that promises to deepen in the years ahead if it isn’t addressed. Research sheds new light on the causes and points to three strategies that can stem the tide.

Women make up more than one-third...

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