Most people are aware that it is a challenge these days to find qualified people to fill openings in all types of vocations, including physicians.
In the past week the Wisconsin Medical Society (WMS) came out with some numbers which indicate that challenge is not going to get any easier.
Working in conjunction with the American Medical Association, the WMS reported that almost 54 percent of Wisconsin physicians are experiencing burnout—a rate that surpasses national benchmarks—and that 41 percent planned to reduce hours or retire.

(Please see the Feb. 7 issue of the Tri-County News for more on this story.)

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