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Quality-of-care concerns add to doctors' stress

amednews.com, September 3, 2009

A statewide survey of nearly 1,900 Massachusetts doctors showed that 31% felt stressed, 27% were dissatisfied with their work and 17% felt isolated from colleagues. Doctors who said their practices had quality problems were more likely to feel stressed, the survey found.