Confronting Physician Burnout, Recruitment and Retention

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE: Physician leaders, human resource leaders, public relations staff, marketing staff, and anyone else interested in the topic

 

OVERVIEW:  As burnout and stress continue to increase, so do the rates of physician turnover and early retirements. The challenge for administrators is to develop sustainable physician staffing strategies that simultaneously meet community demand for care and organizational revenue targets. Despite rising rates of turnover and the intensifying need for talent, many healthcare organizations have not yet formalized a physician retention plan, nor have they outlined a succession and recruitment plan that addresses the inevitable wave of vacancies coming from an increasing number of physician retirements. This webinar will cover recent survey findings, outline actionable steps that participants can implement to improve their physician recruitment and retention strategies, and cover why it is critical to anticipate and address future staffing needs earlier to overcome the downside of lengthy vacancies. 

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Define the causes of physician burnout and poor job satisfaction and illustrate actionable steps for improvement;
Develop a continuous, targeted, digital recruitment program that results in highly-qualified candidates who are both interested in the opportunity and are a strong cultural fit; and 
Distinguish which factors most positively influence physician retention that can be used to develop an effective physician retention program. 

 

MEET YOUR FACULTY: Gary Seaberg; Speaker Bio 

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION:

Participants will receive, upon completion of this program and evaluation, a certificate documenting the completed continuing education/clock hours.

 

When
1/24/2024 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Central Standard Time
Where
Virtual Event UNITED STATES
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