A coalition of healthcare organizations in Virginia has launched a new initiative that hopes to cut burnout among physicians and encourage more healthcare workers to receive care from mental health professionals, according to a Jan. 23 report from the American Medical Association.

The initiative, “All In: Caring for Virginia’s Caregivers,” will recognize hospitals and health systems that remove invasive mental health questions on credentialing applications as “well-being champions.”

The initiative is spearheaded by the Medical Society of Virginia, the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association and the Virginia Nurses Association and builds on previous efforts to improve providers’ well-being…

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