The Quadruple Aim of physician satisfaction is such an important aspect of value-based care. In the predominant world of fee-for-service reimbursement, physicians are struggling and burned out. Consequently, over half of all doctors won’t even recommend medicine as a career. This negative shift in wellbeing is important to understand because the attitudes and feelings of doctors bear directly on the way they treat patients.
A recent Harvard report calls physician burnout “a public health crisis that urgently demands action.” Some physicians are even going as far as to say the profession is dealing with moral injury because the word “burnout” is insulting and insufficient in describing the pain they feel when the fee-for-service system prevents doctors from doing what’s right, thereby forcing them to inflict harm on patients – where physicians themselves experience a form of injury.
In this webinar, you will hear from three physician thought leaders about the plight of physician burnout and its impact in advancing the aims of the value-based care movement. Most importantly, you will learn the tools necessary to transform organizational culture to ameliorate this important workforce challenge.
– Dike Drummond, M.D., CEO, Physician Coach & Speaker, TheHappyMD.com
– Moshe Cohn, M.D., Associate and Advisor, Moral Injury of Healthcare
– Amadeo Cabral, M.D., President, Turning Point Healthcare Consultants