Essential Innovations Can be a Casualty of Provider Burnout, New White Paper Warns

It’s not news that an epidemic of provider burnout is hurting clinics and medical practices. They are coping with the impact: losses in productivity or patients going untreated as providers cut back their commitment to clinical work, retire early, or even get out of medicine. At minimum, the strains show up in distraction-related errors and damaged morale. The diagnosis is no secret either: providers rightly feel burdened and “burned” by unfriendly tech solutions. As part of the dangerous fallout, many develop a knee-jerk aversion to change—including, sometimes, the very innovations needed to move healthcare forward and fulfill the Triple Aim. Our latest white paper targets this insidious effect and what leaders can do about it. See Help Providers Embrace Innovation, for Their Own and Their Patients’ Good

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