SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--It has been widely reported that circumstances surrounding COVID-19 are exacerbating levels of physician burnout that were already skyrocketing before the pandemic, but no vaccine is going to serve as an antidote to this widespread problem. The question is, what will?
If you work in healthcare and are looking for solutions to physician burnout, this virtual roundtable is for you. A panel of experts will address strategies of both a high-touch and high-tech nature that are demonstrating great results.
You may register for the event HERE.
- What do we understand about the culture of medicine that drives physician burnout?
- How do we best identify and measure physician burnout, and what do we do with that information?
- Which digital health innovations are best positioned to prevent and reverse physician burnout, and how is artificial intelligence playing a role?
- Which strategies for optimal mental health are considered best practice in this current era of physician burnout?
- What are three things c-suite executives should do right now to address physician burnout?
- What are three things a physician dealing with burnout should do right now?
October 28, 2020
2 pm ET, 1 pm CT, 11 am PT
Janae Sharp (MODERATOR)
Founder, Sharp Index
Principal Consultant and Founder, Coherence Medical
Rasu Shrestha, MD, MBA
Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer, Atrium Health
Paul DeChant, MD, MBA
CEO/Principal of Paul DeChant, MD, MBA, LLC
Chief Transformation Officer - Healthcare Transformation Institute, Berkeley Research Group
Jessica (“Jessi”) Gold, MD, MS
Assistant Professor and Director of Wellness, Engagement and Outreach, Department of Psychiatry, Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine
Prayus Tailor, MD, FASN
Nephrologist, Nephrology Associates, P.A. (of Delaware)
Medical Director, FKC Brandywine Home Therapies
Timothy Pratt, MD
Family Medicine Physician, OSF Healthcare
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