Journal Article
Study

The relationship between perceived practice quality and quality improvement activities and physician practice dissatisfaction, professional isolation, and work-life stress.

Quinn MA; Wilcox A; Orav EJ; Bates DW; Simon SR.

This study found a positive relationship between being involved in quality improvement activities and physician work–life measures such as practice dissatisfaction, professional isolation, and work–life stress. The authors advocate for greater efforts to engage physicians in quality improvement work, as this may impact the quality of care delivered to their patients.