December 2017
Medical Economics;12/10/2017, Vol. 94 Issue 23, p37
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A cartoon is presented showing patients listening to physician advice, if it is under 140 characters; and also mentions top challenges facing physicians in 2018 includes reducing uncompensated tasks, addressing patient disrespect, and avoiding career burnout.


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