The AHA Physician Alliance today released a resource to help hospital and health system leaders address burnout in their organizations. The Well-being Playbook highlights seven key steps for success and provides real-world examples of successful interventions deployed in hospital and health system settings, as well as studies and tools others have found effective. For more on strategies to prioritize and foster clinician well-being, register to attend a webinar on the playbook May 30 at 1 p.m. ET.

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