In too many hospitals and practices, the joy of nurses and physicians practicing medicine is dropping, and the implementation of information technology has done little to stem the tide.

A survey of physicians a couple years ago found widespread belief of loss of control in practicing medicine, with 90 percent of clinicians saying they would not recommend that their children pursue medicine as a career, according to Liz Boehm, research director at Experience Innovation Network, which includes 35 health systems in the United States and Canada that are cooperating to practice respectful care and improve care transformation.

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