The origins of physician disengagement


Chris Ham, Paul Zollinger-Read, Robert Naylor

The origins of physician disengagement

Increasingly active management of health care organisations has led many frontline doctors to feel that the autonomy they viewed as the bedrock of professional practice was being directly challenged. Moreover, they felt that their voice was not heard during service redesigns and in plans to increase the efficiency of care delivery. National targets and the increased accountability they implied also increased doctor disaffection.

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