The IT Leader’s Underleveraged Opportunity to Reduce Clinician Burnout

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Wolters Kluwer

How IT leaders can help reduce clinician burnout.

58% of clinicians say too many administrative tasks contribute to burnout*.

As health systems scramble to attract, hire, and retain talent, they need to focus on ways to enable clinicians to do more of what they love – care for patients. The opportunity to reduce clinician tasks and streamline processes can fall squarely in the IT leaders’ area, directly impacting workload, costs, and patient safety and outcomes.

How can IT leaders effectively engage teams to better support clinicians with technology they’ll value? In this eBook, learn about implementing key strategies such as:

  • Modernizing and consolidating tech solutions
  • Engaging the care team in the process
  • Updating IT governance structure
  • Optimize tools for both clinicians and patients

Learn more about supporting clinicians with technology in the eBook, “The IT Leader’s Underleveraged Opportunity to Reduce Clinician Burnout”.

*COVID-19 Drives Physician Burnout for Some Specialties. MedScape. January 25,2021. Retrieved on June 29, 2023 from:

Aligning Care Decisions Across the Patient Journey

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Wolters Kluwer

Elevate the patient experience through aligned care

Providing an elevated patient experience is not just an opportunity for healthcare organizations – it’s a mandate.

Care teams need to work from the same expert, evidence-based medical information to support better, safer decision-making across the patient’s entire health journey. By aligning care decisions with harmonized solutions, clinicians and teams can:

  • Improve information sharing with trusted, expert content
  • Alleviate clinician burnout
  • Reduce variation in care and improve outcomes

Download the white paper "Aligning Care Decisions Across the Patient Journey” to learn more about the benefits of providing expert, evidence-based content across your care teams to elevate the patient experience.

Key Opportunities to Mitigate Clinician Shortages

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Omega Healthcare

Industry surveys cite 53% of physicians are burned out and 41% of nurses plan to leave their job—challenging provider organizations to meet growing demands from an increasingly sicker patient population.

This whitepaper highlights the healthcare industry’s crisis regarding clinician burnout and staff shortages, and how care coordination can enhance the patient experience.

Download this paper to:

  • Identify the factors driving clinician dissatisfaction and administrative burdens, leaving providers with less time for direct patient care
  • See how care coordination activities help extend the care team through remote patient monitoring, telephone message and inbox triage, and customer contact centers 
  • Learn how a leading health system leveraged certified virtual nurses to support care management, patient outreach, payer interaction, and clinical documentation initiatives

Virtual Patient Observation Drives Outcomes and Improves Patient Safety

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On Friday July 28, KLAS, a leading provider of research and data statements, released its spotlight on MedSitter as an Emerging Solutions Spotlight in healthcare. This white paper reviews the overwhelmingly positive key results from the KLAS Emerging Solutions Spotlight.

The white paper conveys the company’s plans for growth as it continues to serve healthcare facilities across the nation and specifies individual areas in which MedSitter is working to enhance its product. These items were able to be identified based on the KLAS reporting.

The white paper concludes with a brief summary statement from KLAS and shares why the clients surveyed selected MedSitter as their virtual patient observer staffing solution.

The Future of Healthcare Strategy: Laying the Groundwork with Digital Health Technology

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Healthcare organizations are continuing to adapt digital health tools and platforms to improve overall patient care, while integrating in-person and virtual care to better meet patient needs and reduce traffic in hospitals. 

This will change how hospitals are used in the future, with a strategy to treat more patients at home and save inpatient care for the sickest patients. With that in mind, health systems are using these new digital health tools and platforms to improve workloads and bedside care while delivering better data to the care team no matter where they are located.

In this exclusive eBook, learn more about key strategies and best practices for utilizing digital health technology that will provide long-lasting benefits throughout your entire organization.

2023 RCM Transformative Trends Report

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Discover what’s most important to health system financial leaders

With a unique mix of obstacles in 2023, healthcare executives face eroding revenues and rising expenses. Investments in revenue cycle management (RCM) technology are more important than ever, with 80% of providers considering it a top-five priority this year.

Read our 2023 RCM Transformative Trends Report to:

  • Understand providers' RCM priorities that are driving financial strategies and technology investments  
  • Explore the top three overall financial objectives identified by 100+ health system leaders
  • Examine transformative trends in RCM and assess how technology is driving innovation