Current practice conditions are creating an existential threat for the cognitive cardiologist, and the resulting anxiety is contributing to physician burnout. Burnout, the emotional exhaustion that comes from a loss of meaning and purpose, affects more than half of physicians, according to recent surveys.1 This in turn affects patient safety and has substantial economic costs.
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