Healthcare Burnout Symposium
Thursday, February 23, 2023
Choose up to three Optional, Two-Hour, Hands-on, Interactive Pre-Conference Workshops
Please make a note that pre-conference workshops have limited seating so be sure to register early
8:00 am — Registration Opens
9:00 am -11:00a m — Choose Between Two Morning Workshops: A or B:
Workshop A - Creating a Social Movement to Fight Burnout
Gabe Charbonneau, Medicine Forward
After two failed startups and his own experience as a burned-out family doctor, Gabe Charbonneau became an accidental burnout warrior. We invite you to register to hear his story. In this workshop, we'll roll up our sleeves and dive into how we can co-create a better future together.
Restore personal agency by getting involved in grassroots advocacy
Explore creativity as an important antidote to burnout
Talk about some of my favorite things including Design Thinking, Generative Social Impact Networks, and making great T-Shirts
Workshop B - The Prescription to Heal Your Career & Avoid Burnout
Scott A. Cook, MD, MPH, Medical Director & Chief Medical Officer, Recovery Centers of America
This interactive workshop will examine burnout from a unique perspective by discussing career pitfalls, performing thought-provoking brain exercises, learning about character archetypes, and discussing how the same diseases that occur in the body can also happen in a career or corporate culture. There will also be a segment discussing how to chase passion and not money. The counterintuitive end result of following your calling or passion will eventually produce more income.
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Choose Workshop C or D
Workshop C - Stopping the Hemorrhage: How to Craft an Action Plan for Reducing Burnout in Women Clinicians
Diane Shannon, Co-author, Preventing Physician Burnout: Curing the Chaos and Returning Joy to the Practice of Medicine
Research has shown that women in medicine have higher rates of burnout than their male colleague, a disparity that has grown with the pandemic. Awareness of the underlying drivers of burnout among women clinicians is a necessary first step in mitigating them. In this workshop, participants will learn the most common drivers and a three-step strategy for identifying potential interventions to address the specific drivers at each clinical unit. Each delegate will leave this workshop with a set of action steps to implement at their organization.
List the factors that drive the increased rates of burnout among women clinicians
Explain a 3-step strategy for identifying specific interventions to reduce burnout among women clinicians in their organization or clinical unit
Develop a specific action plan to implement, or advocate for, at their organization
Workshop D - Connecting the Dots - Leveraging AI Technology to Reclaim the Doctor-Patient Relationship
Reid Conant, Chief Medical Information Officer, Nuance
Alfred Atanda, Jr., MD, Nemours Children’s Hospital
Hospitals and healthcare systems face growing demand for services amidst rising costs, intensifying burnout and a shrinking workforce. Without transformational change, organizations will struggle to remain sustainable. AI based, ambient technologies that seek to decrease the clinical documentation burden, saving time and improving outcomes, can lead this transformation and offset these challenges and create operational efficiencies that enable you to do more with less. In this workshop, we will discuss how these technologies free clinicians from the administrative documentation burden enabling them to fully focus on patients and deliver quality care.
Uncover current obstacles and what technology factors to consider that drive innovation and support the clinical documentation process
Connect the dots between technology and physician wellness
Implement technology to achieve better healthcare experiences for patients and physicians
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm Choose Workshop E or F
Workshop E - The Well-being Toolkit: A Practical Guide for Leaders to Fight Burnout
Swati Mehta, MD, FACP, SFHM, CPXP, Director of Quality & Performance, Patient Experience, Vituity
Burnout has risen tremendously due to the pandemic, with recent data suggesting two-thirds or more clinicians in most practices are burnt out. The Society of Hospital Medicine has devoted substantial effort in the last two years to create tools addressing clinicians’ current needs, including the Well-being Toolkit, a practical guide built by clinicians, for clinicians. The Toolkit includes numerous evidence-based approaches anyone in our field can use to enhance well-being at the individual, group, and system levels. Join Dr. Swati Mehta to learn more about the Toolkit, how to use it, and the expected benefits.
Discuss the importance of developing the capability for clinicians to improve well-being in their organizations
Learn tangible tools and tactics to help mitigate burn out enabling your teams to thrive
Discover practical steps clinicians can immediately deploy to promote well-being for themselves, their peers, and their organizations
Workshop F - How to Successfully Lead your Organization Through Evidence-Based Cultural Transformation
Tammie Chang, MD, Medical Director of Provider Wellness, MultiCare Health System; Co-Founder, Pink Coat, MD
Katie Cole, DO, CEO, Founder: Hope for Healthcare Podcast
We are in the midst of Medicine's Great Resignation: in the next 2 years, approximately 1 in 3 physicians, APPs, and nurses intend to reduce work hours. One in 5 physicians and 2 in 5 nurses intend to leave their practice altogether, according to a recent study by Sinsky et.al. published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings: Innovation, Quality & Outcomes, 2021. Our U.S. Healthcare System is in severe distress, further challenged by our unfolding global pandemic, impacting societal, cultural, structural, and organizational factors that contribute to burnout among health workers.
The good news is that we have data driven solutions for these challenges above. The purpose of this workshop is to educate our audience on evidence-based solutions for addressing healthcare system burnout, to inspire conference delegates to further understand and implement evidence-based policies, programs and solutions that identify, address, and to help prevent adverse health outcomes and burnout for our healthcare workforce.
Define national best practices to reverse burnout and promote healthcare employee engagement
Develop a culture of well-being throughout your organization based on data driven national standards
Identify successful leadership strategies to foster positive cultural transformation
Demonstrate one evidence-based initiative for your organization that you can realistically implement in the next year