The Effects of a Primary Care Transformation Initiative on Primary Care Physician Burnout and Workplace Experience

The Effects of a Primary Care Transformation Initiative on Primary Care Physician Burnout and Workplace Experience

Published: Jan 01, 2019
Publisher: Journal of General Internal Medicine, vol. 34, no. 1
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Evaluation of the Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative

Time frame: 2012-2023

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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation

Authors

Deborah N. Peikes

Sheila D. Hoag

Jared Coopersmith

Erin Fries Taylor

Nikkilyn Morrison

Maya Palakal

John Holland

Timothy J. Day

Laura L. Sessums

This Journal of General Internal Medicine article summarizes results from a prospective cohort study of how the Comprehensive Primary Care initiative, a multipayer primary care transformation initiative (October 2012 to December 2016), affected primary care physician experience. The main measures were burnout, control over work, job satisfaction, and the likelihood that physicians would leave their current practice within two years.

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