Preventing Burnout Among Helping Professionals Social Workers, LCSWs, Psychotherapists, Counselors

Lorman

Learn what burnout is and how to prevent it to set yourself up for a healthy work environment. Job burnout is a special type of work-related stress.a state of physical or emotional exhaustion that also involves a sense of reduced accomplishment and loss of personal identity. It is a very prevalent problem in the helping professions. Burnout isnt a medical diagnosis. Some experts think that other conditions, such as depression, are behind burnout. Some research suggests that many people who experience symptoms of job burnout dont believe their jobs are the main cause. Whatever the cause, job burnout can affect your physical and mental health. Learning what burnout is, how to spot the symptoms in yourself and in colleagues, knowing what to do to correct and prevent burnout and to set yourself and your colleagues up for healthy and happy work environments will make the difference between feeling overwhelmed and exhausted or feeling successful and blessed to be able to help others.
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Research Findings Technology and Clinician Cognitive Overload Easing the Pain

Hcinnovationgroup

HIMSS Analytics received 323 survey responses from clinical and IT leaders at HIMSS19 and online. Join to hear our panel of experts discuss the research findings and examine the implications for executives from disciplines in the acute care setting. HIMSS Analytics received 323 survey responses from clinical and IT leaders at HIMSS19 and online.
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What is happening in Healthcare Cybersecurity: Threats, Mitigation, Resources, and Tools You Can Use

HIMSS Media

Healthcare data breaches have increased 70 percent between 2010 and 2017, according to a new report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. While healthcare organizations have increased discussions around cybersecurity, hackers have matched their pace, continually targeting the sector. This webinar will provide you with situational awareness on what is happening in terms of threats, mitigation, resources, and tools you can use.
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Scaling analytic success in health & hospital associations

alteryx

In a recent HIMSS study, only three out of 10 hospitals noted they were highly effective at democratizing data. This isn’t surprising considering 54% of providers still struggle to access and integrate multiple data sources. But healthcare isn’t immune to disruptors. In this webinar, Michigan Health & Hospital Association will share the fundamentals behind its self-service analytics strategy to unlock a black box of data around hospital-acquired conditions (HACs) and readmissions. Jim Lee, VP Data Policy & Analytics, will share how his team analyzes complex data sets to meet HIINs grant requirements for an unparalleled data project in partnership with three state hospital associations. The goal Reduce HACs by 20 percent and readmissions by 12 percent.
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4 patient pay practices to boost your bottom line

Athenahealth

Now more than ever, a larger share of your bill rests on your patients’ shoulders. And when they don’t pay, your bottom line suffers. How do you start collecting more of the money you’re owed while preserving your patient relationships? Join us for a discussion of patient pay tactics that work. Learn how top performers on the athenahealth network are successfully collecting on outstanding patient balances, and how to boost your overall financial performance.
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