Physician Resilience Program
Physician burnout, stress and depression has reached near epidemic proportions according to the American Medical Association. MPIE is your partner, we are here to assist and support our physicians not only during the litigation process but also to act as a resource for when the stress of practice takes a toll. It is normal for providers to experience stress when they’re going through the litigation process. We provide encouragement and assistance navigating the litigation process and dealing with the emotional toll it can take.
MPIE provides support services for our providers related to resilience (overall wellness and litigation stress support).
MPIE physicians will receive telephone calls from a litigation resilience counselor at critical junctures during the litigation process as follows:
- Initial suit or notice of catastrophic event
- Time of deposition
- Trial or settlement
- At any time during the litigation process when the physician exhibits stress related behaviors
Providers can access support services by contacting MPIE’s Claims Department at 616.202.2288, ext. 1.
Note: This service will not establish or replace a patient/counselor relationship.
- Stanford Medicine Wellness Center
- Physician Litigation Stress Resource Center
- Sotile Center for Physician Resilience
- Charter on Physician Well-being - JAMA Network
- Clinician Well-Being Knowledge Hub - National Academy of Medicine
- Adverse Events, Stress, and Litigation: A Physician’s Guide by Sara Charles, MD and Paul Frisch, JD
- The Resilient Physician: Effective Emotional Management for Doctors and Their Medical Organizations by Wayne M. Sotile and Mary O. Sotile
- The Medical Marriage: Sustaining Healthy Relationships for Physicians and Their Families by Wayne M. Sotile and Mary O. Sotile