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Cleveland Clinic formed the Practice Innovation and Professional Fulfillment Office to create and sustain an environment that allows clinicians and scientists to thrive through barrier removal, culture change, and support for personal well-being.
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When patients and families are included in medical rounds as valued members of the team, the quality of care improves.
Four key elements that characterize gritty individuals, gritty teams, and gritty organizations.
Esprit de corps is the single most important indicator in which health care organizations have control over patient experience, outcomes, safety, and cost. How to get there? By co-creating quality.
An NEJM Catalyst roundtable sponsored by IBM Watson Health brought together four experts, all deeply engaged in reducing physician burnout from different perspectives, to share in a robust discussion.
Nicolas S. Nguyen, Elizabeth L. Métraux & Andrew F. Morris-Singer
Improving morale and reducing turnover with peer-support meetings and shared group email lists for clinicians.
The social determinants of health — and physicians’ sense of powerlessness in the face of them — seem crucially missing from the discussion of burnout.
Jessica Perlo & Derek Feeley
IHI offers four lessons on how to nurture joy in the health care workforce.
Carl S. Armato & Tom E. Jenike
Novant Health is helping physicians find meaning and thrive again through a novel program that builds self-awareness, teaches coping skills, and increases their engagement, resulting in greater fulfillment in their personal and professional lives.
The very things that motivate physicians — autonomy, mastery, and purpose — are being chipped away in the new world of medicine.