Kaiser Permanente national infectious disease leader tells Hearst TV that physicians, nurses, and other clinicians facing burnout can benefit from peer support.
The Permanente Federation chief information officer talks about the importance of physician leadership in identifying and refining technologies to reduce the burden on physicians and improve quality of care.
A new Harvard Business Review story on burnout quotes Edward M. Ellison, MD, co-CEO, The Permanente Federation, on the massive negative impacts of physician burnout, innovations to address it, and what leaders can do to prevent purpose-driven employees in their own organizations from suffering.
Depression, burnout, and even suicide is surprisingly common among medical students and physicians. The Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine is working to reverse that trend by building a culture of well-being from the ground up.