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Almost half (45%) of American physicians experienced burnout sometime in the past two years. As more physicians and nurses exit the industry, issues of burnout and stress may accelerate for remaining clinicians. When it comes to physician and clinician retention, hospitals and practices need strategies to incentivize clinicians, help alleviate administrative burdens, provide paths to productivity and efficiency, and ultimately a better work-life balance. This session will outline the current challenges and costs associated with retention, as well as provide practical guidance on ways to mitigate these challenges and improve physician and clinician satisfaction.
This 60-minute webinar will provide you with the knowledge to:
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- Distinguish the challenges and costs of physician and clinician turnover
- Prepare clinician workflow solutions that match those challenges
- Examine how the use of automation with medical documentation can improve productivity, efficiency, and staff retention
Continuing Education Information
Intermediate - Education that builds on a basic curriculum, designed to improve your ability to analyze and apply skills learned to a topic or knowledge area.
: A basic understanding of the topic or knowledge area.
: If you wish to claim continuing education credit, you must attend the live webinar or if you watch the recording, respond to the integrated polls in order to meet the interactivity requirement required by accrediting organizations.
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- ACMPE, medical practice administrators in certification and Fellowship through ACMPE
- CEU, generic continuing education credit
- PDC, professional development credits for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Davin Lundquist, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Augmedix
Dr. Davin Lundquist joined Augmedix as chief medical officer in December 2019. In this role, Dr. Lundquist drives rapid technological innovation across Augmedix’ product development teams while maintaining clinical excellence and tight alignment with the ever-changing U.S. healthcare landscape.
Dr. Lundquist’s portfolio includes introducing next-generation natural language processing (NLP) automation modules into the Augmedix workflow and advancing Augmedix’s real-time support systems prompting doctors to close care gaps and tend to other critical quality initiatives. Dr. Lundquist also supports the company’s commercial efforts as it expands its footprint among major US health care systems.
Dr. Lundquist is a graduate from the USC Keck School of Medicine. He completed his family medicine residency at Naval Hospital Bremerton in Bremerton, Wash., and served as chief medical information officer at CommonSpirit Health for eight years. While at CommonSpirit, he was responsible for, among other things, implementations, end-user competencies, IT optimization, and evaluation of new technologies to streamline clinical workflows.
Executive Director of Operations, Dignity Health Medical Foundation
Kirk Davis currently serves as Dignity Health Medical Foundation’s Executive Director of Operations. In this role, Kirk is responsible for the development and execution of the DHMF operational strategy to maximize the performance of the medical group and medical network operations within Santa Cruz County, including Santa Cruz Medical Group and the Dignity Health MSO. He partners with DHMF, physician, and hospital leaders throughout Dignity Health to drive initiatives, programs, and services to enable the organization to deliver on its mission, strategies, and goals.
This webinar consisted of a 60-minute presentation, interactive polls and a question-and-answer session.
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