February 24th 2023
Technology can serve a higher purpose in healthcare by enabling clinicians to easily communicate and share information without having to taking time away from patient care.
December 6th 2022
September 21st 2022
Reducing clinician burnout by getting rid of “stupid stuff” in EHRsJanuary 14th 2021
The AMA defines “stupid stuff” as everything from irrelevant training requirements, well-intentioned but not useful risk management processes, and overinterpretations of health information requirements.
Combating Burnout in Frontline Workers: The clinical case for resilience trainingNovember 3rd 2020
Utilizing a resilience training program in times of high stress that integrates leading intervention strategies can harness the brain’s complex ability to change its response to stressors, to recover more quickly from stress, and to build resilience.
Transform organizational cultures to reduce physician burnoutOctober 19th 2020
The cost of physician burnout is escalating as COVID-19 and the demand on our healthcare systems skyrockets. It is more important than ever for leaders to prioritize taking care of those who take care of their communities.