May 20, 2021 • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET
Provider and care team burnout, which had been increasing for years, has hit record levels during the pandemic. Studies report as many as 1 in 5 physicians reported experiencing burnout in the last year. Health care organizations must find creative ways to address not just the immediate impact, but likely long-term mental health effects on physicians and other clinical staff members, including increased rates of depression, SUD, PTSD, and suicide. In this webinar, hear strategies and recommendations to create a more manageable and navigable health care infrastructure that puts tools and strategies in place to enhance and scale proven interventions for clinical burnout. Also discuss how organizations can reduce the stigma associated with burnout and BH conditions in the health professional environment.
- Beyond the human impacts, understand the organizational cost and implications of burnout in terms of turnover, reduced productivity, and decreased patient quality, safety, and satisfaction
- Explore how team-based models of care, including the implementation of a PCMH, has shown to directly impact provider work satisfaction and burnout rates by clearly outlining responsibilities and enabling each member of the care team to work to the top of their license
- Learn how digital tools address team efficiencies and optimization by automating workflows and allowing targeted interventions based on risk and clinical need
- Identify additional supports available to providers – in the form of peer support, digital health solutions, and more – to develop wellness and mindfulness skills, and enhance care team resiliency and emotional health