Head of Mayo Clinic on ‘Epidemic of Burnout’ Among Doctors
Clip: 09/13/2016 | 10m 5s Video has closed captioning.
It is estimated by the Centers for Disease Control that more than a quarter of a million Americans die each year because of medical errors. Many of those mistakes happen because doctors and other medical staff are often burned out and consequently more prone to error. Dr. John Noseworthy, president and CEO of the Mayo Clinic, joins host Carol Marin in discussion.
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