DateThu, Oct 27, 2022, 12:00 PM – Thu, Oct 27, 2022, 01:00 PM
Unique Perspectives on Creating Operational Efficiencies in Health Care
Insights on Supporting the Clinical Workforce
Thursday, October 27, 2022
1 - 2 p.m. Eastern; noon - 1 p.m. Central; 10 - 11 a.m. Pacific
The health care field has undergone significant challenges in the past few years, including the pandemic, crisis-level staffing shortages, widespread inefficiencies, and burnout to name a few. Leaders have implemented strategies to address fluctuating demand, staffing gaps, clinical retention, and fatigue by replacing primary care models with alternative care models, that allow for greater agility. As we look to the future, leaders need to understand unique perspectives on how to unburden the health care workforce to help support their work of caring for their patient populations.
This panel discussion will highlight a physician’s perspective as viewed through a patient and producer’s lens, alongside insights from an experienced clinical leader who is building new initiatives to support nursing’s development, engagement and retention. Attendees will learn how to think outside the traditional hospital setting and develop ways to unburden clinicians. Reducing manual tasks, creating operational efficiencies, and providing real-time data to make rapid decisions will help them focus more of their time on delivering quality care. Creating a culture of continuous improvement that focuses on the people delivering the care will enable health care teams to create a positive workplace culture that brings together all staff in the pursuit of achieving organizational goals and delivering quality, patient-centered care.
Attendees Will Learn:
- How to think outside the traditional hospital setting and develop ways to unburden clinicians.
- Why creating a culture of continuous improvement that focuses on your people produces a positive workplace culture.
- Methods to incorporate real-time data that aligns with leadership and management initiatives.
Ryan McGarry, MD
Emergency Medicine Physician; Director and Producer
Code Black and PANDEMIC
Betty Jo Rocchio, DNP, RN, CRNA, CENP, EBP-C
Senior Vice President, System Chief Nursing Officer
Nanne M. Finis, RN, MS
Chief Nurse Executive