2 Remedies for Reducing Burnout Among Healthcare Workers

Burnout can undermine not only employee well-being, but also patient outcomes, safety and quality of care. Gallup, in partnership with Sharecare, has developed a well-being model that considers the ways employees relate to their jobs and, in turn, perform at work. Well-being is defined as 5 interrelated elements: purpose, social, financial, community and physical. Analytics show that when employees are thriving in at least four of these elements, they are four times less likely to feel burnout at work. Healthcare leaders must effectively infuse well-being in their organizational beliefs, behaviors and systems, and meet their employee’s needs through setting clear expectations and collecting engagement data.

Practice Environment, Turnover & Reduction of Work Effort

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