'Tempus fugit' but you don't have to
How taking 20 minutes a day for yourself can improve productivity, patient satisfaction, and staff retention As a physician, your daily pace can be brutal and time can seem to fly by. You balance the needs of providers, the demands of patients, and the operations of your business all at once. Time spent on yourself, however, can make a huge difference in your professional life. By taking 10-20 minutes a day away from work, you can improve productivity, increase patient satisfaction, and help boost staff morale.
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