120 hospitals, providers to measure burnout in Massachusetts

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More than 100 hospitals, physician groups and healthcare leaders have pledged to research physician burnout as part of a statewide effort launched by the Massachusetts Medical Society and Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association, the organizations said March 31.

Through the MMS-MHA Joint Task Force on Physician Burnout, the 120 participating organizations will each measure a specific contributing factor to burnout or a wellness metric and prioritize improvement efforts in this area.

Healthcare organizations involved with the effort include Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute — all in Boston.

To see the full list of participating organizations, click here.

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