LEAP HR: Healthcare Conference 2018 Trends - Talent Acquisition, Multi-Generational Learning & Organizational Culture

LEAP HR: Healthcare Conference 2018 Hats off to the planners of the LEAP HR: Healthcare Conference in Chicago earlier this month. The team from Hanson Wade provided an excellent venue, a well-organized and managed schedule of events and one of the most engaging conferences in my 10 years of attending conferences.

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3 Not-So-Obvious Benefits of Physician Well Being Programs

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What is the ROI on Physician Well Being and Resiliency?

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How “Buying Time” Can Increase Physician Well Being

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Infographic: The Real Cost of Burnout

You want the physicians in your organization to be healthy, engaged, productive and happy to be working where they are. But a host of factors—including the demands of new technology, increasing patient loads, changing models of compensation and time pressure—are fueling an epidemic of physician burnout. Some studies suggest [...]

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Right-Sizing Your Physician Well Being Plan to Maximize ROI

Physician well being and engagement are crucial for quality of care, patient safety and satisfaction and many more valuable clinical and ethical outcomes. Organizations may pay a heavy price for physician burnout. As the AMA STEPS Forward™ website puts it, “The costs of burnout are widely under-recognized. Health professional [...]

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The High Cost of Physician Burnout in Healthcare Organizations

Build a Culture of Physician Well Being to Fight Burnout When a physician is experiencing burnout, he or she can become a liability for the healthcare organization as well as an impaired provider of care for their patients. Burned-out physicians may behave capriciously and make medical errors impacting the operation and [...]

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Hope for Burnout: A Cry for Physician Leadership

Physician burnout manifests itself in various ways. Disruptive behavior has long been recognized as a destructive force in the healthcare environment and most organizations have established mechanisms for dealing with such behavior.

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