Chartis Launches New Burnout Solution Center

The Chartis Group this week announced the new Chartis Center for Burnout Solutions, developed in conjunction with the recently acquired DES Health Consulting.

DES works with hospitals and health systems to address the root causes of burnout, identifying and addressing “sticking points” to help improve employee retention and satisfaction. satisfaction in the workplace of doctors and nurses – while helping to improve quality and patient safety.

Chartis’ new Burnout Solutions Center will be led by psychologists and built around the DES burnout tool, which includes more than 12.5 million data points to assess how well you feel. workplace satisfaction and help create dashboards to make more possible improvements.

According to Chartis, it has helped reduce employee turnover and even suicide attempts, while also targeting the gender gap caused by burnout, sense of security, and other workplace metrics.

Dr Dan Shapiro, who will serve as director and head of the Chartis Burnout Solutions Center, said: “Health professionals who give their best to their patients will perform better from a strategic perspective. strategy, finance and clinical quality”. “My team and I are eager to bring enhanced capabilities to Chartis that will make an immediate and positive difference to our customers and community.”

Shapiro, associate dean at Penn State University School of Medicine, is a longtime advocate of finding innovative ways to improve provider burnout and developing more systematic interventions to improve the well-being of healthcare professionals.

Three years into the pandemic, supplier burnout is at an all-time high, as a recent report from the American Medical Association showed.

However, there is a lot of effort on many fronts – from practice-level plans at home to improve the supplier experience, to the innovative use of new AI tools to ease tasks. heavy – aims to address some of the factors that contribute to burnout.

Meanwhile, a recent study by the National Coordinator for Health IT has seen some encouraging progress with more health systems using health record audit log data. electronically to identify clinicians who need help with document burnout.

“By establishing the Chartis Burnout Solutions Center, we will be able to help our customers gather insights into their workforce, then deploy proactive, data-driven solutions data to improve health and resilience,” Chartis CEO Dr. Roger Ray said in a press conference. declare. “The healthcare workforce is an important part of our community, and addressing their health is key to helping our customers dramatically improve healthcare.”

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