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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Spotlight

Within six months of implementing ECM in just one department, Sharp HealthCare experienced so many benefits, it wanted to expand the solution across its entire organization. Not only did it upload the business content of its different departments to ECM, but it also focused on how it could make process improvements using the solution’s native business process management tools to:


Complete the patient picture
Support paperless patient registration
Reduce the use of nursing and chart stations

Working one department at a time, Sharp grew its ECM solution and streamlined processes from the ER to HR.


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Uncover Ways YOU Can Position Your Lab as a Strategic Pillar of the Healthcare Organization

darkdaily

In many healthcare organizations, the lab is often viewed as the black box orders come in, results come out. Reasons may vary from leadership not understanding the complexities of the lab, not understanding the breadth of accessibility or impact of the lab in other areas of the organization or simply because the percent revenue made from the lab or spend is not impactful. More broadly, laboratory leadership does not connect the critical activities of the lab to the strategic imperatives of the organization as a whole.
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EHR Optimization in an Era of High Demand: What Clinical Informaticist Leaders Are Learning

hcinnovationgroup

Now that the implementation of electronic health records (EHRs) has been universalized, the leaders of patient care organizations are moving forward to optimize their EHRs, and to make use of the advantage that automation has brought. Numerous issues around organizational strategy, prioritization, and operational tactics remain to be resolved.
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Pressure injuries assessing, treating and preventing infection

Lorman

Many care providers struggle with assessment and treatment of pressure injuries. Infection is the most common complication of the pressure injury condition, and the costs associated with both conditions can be astronomical. With a plethora of products and methods of treatment on the market, decision making surrounding wound treatment and confusion about wound assessment persists. This topic will demystify basic decisions about pressure injury treatment, and provide strategies to help mitigate and identify further complications such as infection in those who are most vulnerable to the condition.
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Predictions 2019: The Future Of Healthcare

Forrester

Healthcare organizations must develop raving fans to survive impending disruption from new entrants and additional market consolidation. New CX metrics, virtual care, and artificial intelligence (AI) will top healthcare investments for 2019. Join this webinar to learn why these capabilities will be imperative in the coming year for your organization.
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Spotlight

Within six months of implementing ECM in just one department, Sharp HealthCare experienced so many benefits, it wanted to expand the solution across its entire organization. Not only did it upload the business content of its different departments to ECM, but it also focused on how it could make process improvements using the solution’s native business process management tools to:


Complete the patient picture
Support paperless patient registration
Reduce the use of nursing and chart stations

Working one department at a time, Sharp grew its ECM solution and streamlined processes from the ER to HR.

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