Creating a Thriving Workplace: 5 Ways to Impact Clinician Well-Being
America faces a shortage of more than 3 million essential lower-wage health workers and nearly 140,000 physicians over the next 5 and 10 years, respectively. At the same time, burnout across the health workforce is on the rise, with nurse burnout increasing by an alarming 350% since summer 2020. With rising rates of burnout taxing a healthcare workforce who is already stretched thin and considering leaving their jobs, it's crucial that healthcare organizations identify and prioritize solutions that support clinician safety and well-being.
Watch this engaging and informative discussion with Dr. Tina Shah, a nationally known burnout expert and recent Senior Advisor to the US Surgeon General, and Lee Becker, Medallia's SVP & Executive Advisor for Healthcare and Public Sector that will focus on evidence-based best practices and technologies designed to reduce stress, improve work-life balance, and ultimately lead to better patient care.
Take advantage of this opportunity to learn about practical strategies, tools, and tactics organizations can implement today to support their clinicians, reduce burnout and attrition, and help their teams thrive.