Articles by tag: burnout

How Healthcare Workers Can Keep Their Emotional Bank Full

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The path of many healthcare workers, such as physicians, is a long one, but filled with much celebration along the way. There are the celebrations of getting into medical school, Read more


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Can You Find Your Home Sweet Home in This Unpredictable Housing Market?
June 1, 2023

In the fluctuating landscape of the current unpredictable housing market, potential homebuyers are navigating high mortgage rates, volatile economic conditions, housing changes and a tightening inventory. Home prices have shown a slight decline with the median existing-home sales price dropping 0.9% to $375,700 in March compared to a year ago. It’s the second month […]

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Legal Battles and Uncertainty Surrounding Affordable Care Act’s Preventative Services Coverage
June 1, 2023

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has faced numerous legal challenges since its inception, leaving its future uncertain.  Texas’s courts recently overturned insurance provider coverage requirements for certain preventative health services, altering the landscape of coverage. However, a higher court has now blocked that overturning order, reinstating insurers’ obligation to cover those services. While not all […]

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Reimagining Retail with IKEA Digital Transformation & New Store Formats
June 1, 2023

In the swiftly evolving retail industry, the conversation around digital transformation and retail technologies is more urgent than ever. Amid this tech-driven revolution, IKEA is pioneering a remarkable journey. The stakes are high, as IKEA aims to shift from being primarily a physical retailer to incorporating a substantial omni-channel presence. As of 2016 only […]

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How Healthcare Workers Can Keep Their Emotional Bank Full
May 12, 2023

The path of many healthcare workers, such as physicians, is a long one, but filled with much celebration along the way. There are the celebrations of getting into medical school, passing the boards during medical school, graduating, landing a residency, and completing a residency. But the path to becoming a healthcare hero is also emotionally […]

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As Nurses & Physicians Continue to Face Workforce Shortages, Improving Healthcare Workforce Safety Becomes a Top Priority
March 28, 2023

Desperate times call for desperate measures, and the healthcare industry is no exception. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to present a significant challenge for the healthcare industry, creating hefty healthcare workforce struggles. After nearly three years, many healthcare systems are still struggling to cope with the unprecedented healthcare staffing shortage across many specialties. Given the […]

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Health Systems Need “Cheerleaders,” Better Teen Outreach to Solve Healthcare Worker Shortage
March 27, 2023

Here’s a scary statistic: By 2034, we could see a shortage of a whopping 124,000 physicians in the country. Even though this eventuality is over a decade away, staff shortages in the healthcare system have been reported for years and need actionable solutions. What can the industry do to advocate for itself while it […]

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Educators Improving their Performance without Burnout
March 14, 2023

Depending on the type of leadership role one takes in education, oftentimes, burnout is inevitable. According to Gallup research, K-12 educators report burnout the most, with four out of 10 indicating that burnout is a normal feeling for them. However, there are reasons for that and ways educators can reevaluate their performance in their […]

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AHA Report Gives Administrators Strategies for Supporting Healthcare Workers
July 26, 2022

At the end of June 2022, the American Hospital Association released Part one of a three-part report on the healthcare workforce.  Part one focuses on healthcare workers and giving insights for healthcare administrators that would help them in “Supporting the Team,” with advice in three core areas: Addressing healthcare worker well-being, Supporting behavioral health, and […]

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The State of the Healthcare Industry and Necessary Improvements Required to Retain Workers
March 16, 2022

With the pandemic continuing into its third year now, it’s no surprise that the healthcare sector is experiencing significant strain in many ways. In fact, a recent USA Today–Ipsos survey found numerous warning signs of the pandemic’s toll on healthcare employees. With more than half of the respondents citing burnout, optimism has decreased since Spring […]

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Fintech Veteran Weighs In on the Three-Day Work Week
October 14, 2021

Key Points: Bangalore startup Splice is workshopping a three-day work week with salaries at 80% the going market rate. Various studies show increased validation for a shorter work week, from public acceptance in the US to successful experiments in Iceland. Can a shorter work week gain steam in the fintech industry? If so, does […]

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Medical Professionals Leave and Join the Industry in Droves. How Should This Shape Healthcare Education?
October 11, 2021

The height of the pandemic was an era of unparalleled stress on medical professionals, and this existential moment for US healthcare has had two parallel effects. On one hand, nearly 1/5th, or 18%, of healthcare workers quit their jobs since February 2020 due to the workload of the pandemic, general burnout, and insufficient pay. […]

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Addressing Burnout In The Restaurant Industry
June 21, 2021

From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.   Over the past year, workers in the restaurant industry […]

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