NAM Change Maker Campaign for Health Workforce Well-Being

 

Background

The NAM launched the Clinician Well-Being Collaborative in 2017 to reverse trends in health worker burnout. In October 2022, the NAM released the National Plan for Health Workforce Well-Being to drive collective action to strengthen health workforce well-being and restore the health of the nation, as more nurses, physicians, and public health employees than ever are poised to leave their professions.  

Now we invite you to take the next step in the health workforce well-being movement

  • Thanks for joining a growing number of NAM Change Makers (357 as of March 2024)

 

Become an NAM Change Maker

The Change Maker Campaign aims to advance the National Plan Priority Areas and spark a national movement to support health workforce well-being. The campaign will provide a dynamic mechanism to facilitate information sharing and collaboration across ongoing initiatives, document their impact, and amplify effective solutions to common challenges.

The NAM launched the Change Maker Campaign in October 2023 on the first anniversary of the release of the National Plan. We look forward to organizations representing health care and public health leaders, government, payers, industry, educators, and other groups becoming Change Makers to drive policy and systems change.

What does it mean to be a Change Maker?

Change Makers will affirm a commitment to Priority Area 6, and reflect on their organizational progress toward institutionalizing well-being as a long-term value. Change Makers will have opportunities for:

  • Public recognition by the NAM: Change Makers will receive an annual Change Maker Badge that can be displayed on websites and other materials.
  • Storytelling: The NAM will collect and amplify stories of triumphs and shared challenges on the NAM website and across NAM channels to fuel the work of Change Makers. 
  • Celebrating progress: All Change Maker organizations will be invited to participate in the inaugural Health Workforce Well-Being Day of Awareness in March 2024. This annual day will be a chance for the nation to reflect on how far Change Makers and grassroots supporters have come each year and celebrate accomplishments. 

Change Makers are featured in the first Health Workforce Well-Being (HWWB) Day

How to become an NAM Change Maker 

Process details

Applicants will be asked to share information about the following: 

  • Personal and demographic information 
  • Organization information 
  • How your organization intends to fulfill your commitment to Institutionalize Well-Being as a Long-Term Value 

Confirmed Change Makers will be notified, and receive onboarding and promotional materials at that time. Questions? Email ClinicianWellBeing@nas.edu.  

Thank you for your dedication to the well-being of the health workforce. Together, we are part of a movement to restore a health system in which care is delivered joyfully and with meaning by a committed team, in partnership with patients and communities. 

NAM Change Makers

Together with hundreds of other organizations across the country, we are beginning to turn the tide of health worker burnout and rebuild a thriving health profession. Know others who want to join? Share this opportunity and help us build the Change Maker Campaign! 

Advocate Health

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Alameda Health System

Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children

Allegheny Health Network

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society

Amazon

American Academy of Emergency Medicine

American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Care

American Academy of Neurology

American Academy of PAs

American Association of Psychiatric Pharmacists (AAPP)

American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation

American Board of Ophthalmology

American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine

American Institutes for Research

American Medical Student Association

American Nurses Foundation

American Osteopathic Foundation

American Society of Addiction Medicine

American Veterinary Medical Association

Atrium Health

Augusta Medical Group

Bassett Healthcare Network

Beth Palmer Studio

Bon Secours Mercy Health

BSW Health

Carnegie Mellon University

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Central Virginia VA Health Care System

CHG Healthcare

Commission for Case Manager Certification

CommonSpirit Health

Community Support Services

Community Memorial Hospital-Ventura, CA

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

Department of Health and Human Services

Drake University

Drake University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Duke University, NAPNAP

Emergency Nurses Association

Emory University Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing

Emory Healthcare

Essentia Health

Extinguish Burnout

Fairfield Memorial Hospital

Galen College of Nursing

Geisinger College

Geisinger College of Health Sciences

George Washington University

Global Nursing

Golden State MD Health & Wellness- A Professional Corporation

Goldfarb School of Nursing

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

HCA FL Orange Park Hospital

HCA Healthcare

Health Cares Exchange Initiative (HCEI)

Houston Methodist

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Indiana Wesleyan University

Inspired Psychiatric Care

InvestHealth

John’s Hopkins University School of Medicine

Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California

Kirkwood Community College

Lawrence Technological University

LNI

Los Angeles County Medical Association

Maine Health

Marshfield Clinic Health System

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Massachusetts Medical Society – Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association Joint Task Force on Physician Burnout

MedStar Health Research Institute

Meharry Medical College

Memorial Hermann Texas Medical Center

MHC Healthcare

MissingLogic

Moffitt Cancer Center

Molloy University

Mount Sinai/Elmhurst

Mount St. Joseph University – Wellness, Health and Safety Committee

National Association of Boards of Pharmacy

National Institute of Health

National League for Nursing

NJ-NEW

Northeast Ohio Medical University

Northwestern Medicine

NYU Langone Health

Ochsner Health

Ohio State University College of Nursing

Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center – The James Cancer Hospital

OhioHealth

Optum

Orion Behavioral Health

Oregon Health and Science University

Orlando Institute for Psychology & Education

Patient Advocate Foundation

Penn State Health

Person Centered Outcomes Lab, University of Kansas, School of Nursing

Peter Munk Cardiac Centre

Philippine Nurses Association of America

Physicians Anonymous

Plum Flower Software

Prairie Care

Premier Inc

Private Practice – Irvine Christian Counseling

Providence

Providence-Swedish

Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University

RENEW

Rescue Lung Society

Robert Morris University

Roper St Francis Healthcare

Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center

Royal College of Physicians of London/ American society of Nephr

Ruth M. Hillebrand Center for Compassionate Care in Medicine/ University of Notre Dame

Rutgers Health

Salina Regional Health Center

SDSU Center for Excellence in Aging & Longevity

Sentara Health- Sentara Medical Group

Shree Advisory & Consulting, LLC

Siemens Healthineers

SIU School of Medicine

Society for Academic Emergency Medicine

Society of General Internal Medicine

Solano County Health and Social Services

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Pharmacy

Stanford Medicine

St Joseph’s Hospital

Stonybrook University Medicine

Sulu Coaching

Summa Health System

SurgeonMasters

Sutter Health, CCSF, and UCSF

Tennessee Primary Care Association

The Color of Health Inc.

The NARBHA Institute

The University of Texas at Austin

The Wellbeing Collaborative of Arizona Health Professionals

ThedaCare

UAB Medicine

UCLA

UnitedHealth Group

University of Arkansas Medical School

Univ. of AL at Birmingham OB-GYN

University of California Los Angeles

University of California San Diego

University of California, San Francisco

University of Colorado Health

University of Georgia

University of Kansas School of Nursing

University of Maine

University of Miami Health System

University of Miami, Department of Neurology, Headache Division

University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital

University of Michigan

University of New Mexico

University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

University of New Hampshire

University of Pennsylvania Health Systems

University of Pennyslvania

University of Rochester Medical Center

University of San Francisco

University of South Dakota

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

University of Texas Medical Branch-Galveston

University of Texas Southwestern

University of Utah

University of Utah College of Nursing

University of Virginia School of Nursing

University of Wisconsin-Madison

UPMC

Vanderbilt University School of Nursing

Veterans Health Administration

Wake Forest School of Medicine

Warren Alpert Medical School, Brown University

WCSU- Western CT Atate University Nursing Department

Western University Canada

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Building on the Foundation of the NAM Clinician Well-Being Network 

The Change Maker Campaign builds on almost six years of collective work among 200 Clinician Well-Being Collaborative Members and Network Organizations. Thank you to our 2017-2023 network for tremendous progress in raising the visibility of clinician anxiety, burnout, depression, stress, and suicide; improving baseline understanding of challenges to clinician well-being; and advancing evidence-based, multidisciplinary solutions to improve patient care by caring for the caregiver. We look forward to deepening partnerships with our network through the Change Maker Campaign, in addition to bringing new actors into the movement. 


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