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Dr. Jill Jin: Clinician Wellbeing – AMA Perspective

In this episode, I welcome Dr. Jill Jin to discuss clinician wellbeing from the perspective of the American Medical Association (AMA). In our conversation, she reinforces that everyone in the care team needs to be working to the highest level of their license, unnecessary work should be eliminated, and necessary work is shared across the team to improve the culture in each practice. Dr. Jin has worked with the AMA in combating physician burnout, particularly in developing the comprehensive collection of STEPS Forward® resources, which we will  discuss in this episode. 

Dr. Jin is a practicing internist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. She is a Senior Physician Advisor for Professional Satisfaction & Practice Sustainability at the AMA, and an associate editor for JAMA. 

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Here are links to resources mentioned in the discussion: 

StepsForward Program:

Saving Time Playbook: 

Taming the EHR Playbook:

Advanced Team-Based Care Podcast (Heartland Health):

Advanced Team-Based Care Podcast (TexomaCare):


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Dr. Wayne Jonas is a board-certified physician and Dr. Alyssa McManamon is a triple-board certified hematologist/oncologist. The opinions expressed on this show are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of their places of employment, the Department of Veterans Affairs, or the United States government. The opinions expressed on this podcast are meant for entertainment and education and should not be used to diagnose or treat any medical condition nor should they be used as a substitute for medical advice from a qualified, board-certified practicing clinician. Dr. Wayne Jonas and Dr. Alyssa McManamon have no relevant financial disclosures.

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