Clinician engagement is vital for improving clinical quality and patient satisfaction, as well as the job satisfaction of clinicians themselves. Yet nearly half of health care organizations are not very effective or not at all effective at clinician engagement.
More than half of physicians display signs of burnout. What are the causes of physician burnout, and what are some solutions that can be implemented at both the individual and system level?
Article by Susannah Rowe, Miriam T. Stewart, Heather Farley & Daniel Marchalik
Health care leaders must take a preemptive approach to clinician well-being that is supported by all stakeholders and prioritized on an equal footing with essential clinical and financial measures.
Talk by John E. Jenrette
When moving health care providers forward in the world of value-based care and population health, everything must start with asking why.
Talk by Patrick T. Courneya
Primary care providers can create amazing systems that tackle incredible health care problems, but if they fail to understand the impact of the patient-provider relationship, they will build a system that misses the mark.
Article by Steven J. Scheinman & Jaewon Ryu
Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine subsidizes medical students’ education in exchange for their willingness to practice at Geisinger Health System.
Talk by Anna M. Roth
The Health Director for Contra Costa County recounts her journey from nurse during the AIDS epidemic to hospital CEO and addresses the need for moral recovery from burnout to return people back to the purpose of medicine.
Article by Elizabeth L. Métraux, Dana Hiniker & Patrick Kinner
Can a simple dinner create community among health care providers?
Article by Susan J. Rehm, Katherine Bulava, Andrea Sikon, J. Harry Isaacson & Sumita B. Khatri
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.
Article by Susan Hassmiller & Ani Bilazarian
When patients and families are included in medical rounds as valued members of the team, the quality of care improves.