Is your healthcare organization struggling with staff burnout as a result of the pandemic? To help address this challenge, SDAHO Endorsed Business Partner, Medical Solutions, created a whitepaper that explores how health systems can efficiently manage staffing during the pandemic with a human-first approach and focuses on recruitment and retention, managing employee burnout, and the importance of workplace culture.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put an immense strain on our economy, and while many industries have been negatively impacted, none have been challenged more than healthcare. With greater patient loads, provider shortages and other unforeseen complications, providing quality patient care has never been more challenging.
Patients rely on us to do our best work at all times, but especially during times of intense pressure and stress. However, in today’s unprecedented environment, care providers face serious challenges, including working more hours and feeling less satisfied due to a combination of significant and impactful stress factors, resulting in burnout.
This white paper will provide insights into avoiding burnout and improving workplace culture, tips to ensure employee retention during a crisis and best practices for scaling up staff to respond to a surge in demand.
Click here to read the whitepaper