PCPs have a moral imperative to be happy. Lives depend on it including their own universe. If that’s true you can make the jump that burnout is directly linked to earnings. After all the worst compensated docs correlate directly with higher burnout rates.
Because comp is 100% determined by a lousy model, every primary care leader has to seriously pursue ancillary income opportunities. It is the only model workaround that is fast , easy and sensible from every angle ( payor ,patients, providers)
Ask any burned out doc. Will tripling your take home AND working less help alleviate the problem.
We rarely correlate mental health and financial health but we all know one directly affects the other which feeds spirals upward and downward.
Ancillaries are simply the obvious answer for that which ails primary care. Burnout. Shortages. Reviving referrals into the $3.5 trillion ecosystem. Stop feeling sorry for yourself. Take control by helping mote patients with incredibly
Here’s another ancillary services recommendation I can make with confidence. Best suited for internal medicine , family practices.