Happy Doctors + Better Financial Performance

Sponsored White Paper

A Win-Win with the Suki Digital Assistant


Suki White Paper Happy Doctors

Physician burnout is a prevalent and costly issue. Studies show that 50%-70% of physicians experience some level of burnout, and burnout is estimated to cost the U.S. health system $4.6B each year. Burnout has been correlated with increased rates of medical errors, riskier prescribing patterns, poorer patient outcomes and lower rates of patient satisfaction. With physicians handling over one billion patient encounters every year in the US, the ramifications for burnout on patient safety and outcomes are tremendous. There are also significant financial implications. With median hospital operating margins at 1.7%, health systems are facing increasing pressure to address this serious issue.


Download this white paper to learn about the positive impact of the Suki Digital Assistant on physician happiness and health system economics.

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