From surviving to thriving: investing in programs to prevent clinician burnout

Clinician burnout is at an all-time high. Beyond the challenges of volume-based compensation, strenuous regulations and documentation requirements and the ever-present stress of proving care quality and outcomes, clinicians are now faced with unprecedented work hours and morale injury due to COVID-19 surges. In this session, Children’s Mercy Hospital will share practical examples and advice around how it invests in clinician wellness to address and mitigate contributors to burnout. Topics will include the use of widespread wellness support, analytics-driven electronic health record usability dashboards and technology adoption.

 

The speakers, content managers, and planners from Cerner Corporation do not have any relevant financial interests to disclose.

  • Session Type:On-demand session
  • Learning objective 1:Discuss the importance of investing in a wellness program for workforce retention.
  • Learning objective 2:Define clinician leadership development and its role in preventing burnout.
  • Learning objective 3:Implement a systems and analytics approach to improving EHR efficiencies and satisfaction.
  • Content topics:Clinicals, Physician, Pediatrics
  • Continuing education credits:ACPE, CME, CNE, PACE, HIMSS, CHIME, CHISL
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