A thriving business model requires engaged providers and care teams. However, burnout among providers is on the rise. According to a recent report from New England Journal of Medicine Catalyst, “provider burnout is a problem at 83% of healthcare organizations.” And it’s not just physicians that are experiencing burnout - 78% of nurses, 64% of Advanced Practice RNs, and 56% of clinical leaders are also impacted.
The impact of this burnout has far-reaching effects, including risk for errors & safety events, and decreased access to care due to providers leaving the profession. Staff turnover within care teams equates to lost continuity of care and, ultimately, decreased quality. Join our Chief Medical Officer, David Ehrenberger, MD as he engages industry leaders in a discussion about the causes of this “epidemic”, and learn about solutions to mitigate burnout.
During this session we will: