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Strategies Designed to Improve Physician Engagement
March 13, 2018 @ 12:00 pm
Speaker for this CME Activity
Alan H. Rosenstein, MD, MBA
Today’s complex high stress health care environment has put increasing pressures on physicians as they try to negotiate the changes in medical practice. Many physicians are frustrated and dissatisfied with the way things are going with the associated stress and burnout negatively affecting their attitudes and behaviors toward medical care. More than ever we need our physicians to be engaged in active effective health care management. In order to engage physicians we need to listen their concerns, understand their needs, and provide them with the appropriate resource support to help improve their well- being and better adjust to the pressures of today’s health care environment. By enhancing physician satisfaction and engagement we can help them re-gain the joys of medical practice and improve health care relationships that enhance high quality best practice care.
- Gain a better understanding of the incidence, causes, and impact of forces contributing to frustration, dissatisfaction, stress, and burnout in health care practitioners.
- Discuss the negative impact of stress and burnout on attitudes and behaviors that can adversely affect well-being, care relationships, satisfaction, patient safety, and quality of care.
- Learn how to develop a proactive organizational approach to address physician concerns and implement programs designed to enhance professional behaviors, staff satisfaction, physician engagement, and overall physician well-being.