The California Improvement Network (CIN) has identified preventing burnout and promoting provider and staff resilience as a top priority area for 2018–19. Staff and provider wellbeing is necessary for high-quality care: Thriving health care workers have better patient outcomes and are less likely to leave their organizations. This webinar, which will feature a conversation between burnout researcher Rachel Willard-Grace and CIN managing partner Sunita Mutha, explores strategies to address burnout and promote resilience.
In this interactive discussion, CIN will cover the following topics and questions:
What are key takeaways from the latest research on workforce burnout in health care?
What can health care leaders do to reduce burnout in their own organizations?
As health care continues to undergo rapid change, how can health care leaders promote resilience?