What gets measured gets attention. Coverage of physician burnout is bringing awareness of increasing rates of physician suicide and the systemic issues that contribute to this problem. Physicians are unhappy with their loss of autonomy, billing complexity and electronic health record (EHR) burdens that interfere with their day-to-day work with patients. Programs focused only on developing mindfulness or resilience have been criticized by activists, as have solutions that implicitly blame physicians for mental health repercussions inherent to a job with lack of sleep and structural inequality. Increasing regulatory burden has been targeted as causing more clicks in EHRs that do not match the work needs of physicians or patients. Other programs focus on yoga or wellness, adding another tick on the growing physician to-do list.