Tag: physician depresssion

Depressed Doctors and What Healthcare Payers and Providers Can Do

A recent study in the Journal of the American Medical Association found very high rates of depression among medical students. Georgetown medical student Josh Barrett takes a look at the implications for physician training and patient care, as well as the role of health insurers and health systems in supporting physicians’ mental health.

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