The National Academy of Medicine today launched an “action collaborative” to promote clinician well-being and resilience. The AHA is an inaugural sponsoring member of the collaborative, which will provide a platform for professional and educational organizations to advance evidence-based solutions to clinician burnout, depression and suicide. “Numerous studies show clinician stress is associated with lower patient satisfaction, a negative impact on health care quality, overuse of resources and increased costs,” note AHA Chief Medical Officer Jay Bhatt and Chief Nursing Officer Maureen Swick in an AHA Stat blog post. “…This program will build a collaborative platform for supporting and improving clinician well-being and resilience by advancing solutions that reverse current burnout trends and, ultimately, improve patient care.” For more on the Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience, visit nam.edu/initiatives/clinician-resilience-and-well-being.