Schedule At A Glance

Thursday, January 7th

Panel Burnout on the Frontlines and Real-World Solutions for Mental, Social, and Spiritual Health

Moderator: Janae Sharp, Sharp Index
Jessi Gold, MD, Washington University School of Medicine

Megan Ranney, MD, MPH, FACEP, Brown Lifespan Center for Digital Health
Benjamin F. Miller, Psy.D., Well Being Trust

 

12:00pm EST  Live Discussion- Q&A and Discussion with Panelists from Burnout on the Frontlines and Real-World Solutions for Mental, Social, and Spiritual Health

Janae Sharp, Sharp Index
Jessi Gold, MD, Washington University School of Medicine

Megan Ranney, MD, MPH, FACEP, Brown Lifespan Center for Digital Health
Benjamin F. Miller, Psy.D., Well Being Trust

12:30 pm EST  Live Discussion - Physician Burnout and How Technology, and Society, Can Help 

Dr. Kyu Rhee, Vice President and Chief Health Officer, IBM 

Rachel Ford Hutman, CEO and Founder, Ford Hutman Media 

1:30 pm EST - Live - Awards for Excellence in Physician, Nurse Leader and Clinicians Well Being


Sessions on Demand to view at your own time through the month of January:

Panel - Administrative Burnout: How a Culture of Collaboration Could be the Solution
Michael Docktor, MD, Co-founder & CEO, Dock Health
Gabriel Charbonneau, MD, Family Medicine Specialist in Montana


Who are You without the White Coat and Why that Matters? Deconstructing the Physician Archetype
Jason Onugha, and Harris Onugha, Without the White Coat

Science of Self-Healing 
Rachel R. Taylor, MD, Author & Board Certified Family Medicine Physician

Tuesday, January 12th

12:00pm - 1:00pm  Booth Live Session: What does a corporate physician wellness program look like?


Any wellness program that is not specifically requested by the front line physicians will struggle -- and most will fail. If it was done TO the physicians - not WITH them, your project is just one more thing for the physicians to squeeze into their already overloaded day. They didn't ask for it. For a number of them, your program will be the last straw that tips them over the edge into burnout. Don't make this classic physician leadership mistake. What does working with the physicians in the front lines to design your wellness interventions look like? This session will explore how working with your physicians provides huge benefits and more!

 

Sessions on Demand to view at your own time through the month of January:

An Integrated Approach to Thriving - Lessons from the National Taskforce for Humanity in Healthcare

Read Pierce, M.D. and William Maples, MD, The Institute for Healthcare Excellence

 

Bite-Sized Well-Being

J. Bryan Sexton, PhD,  Duke University Health System

Addressing and Transforming Physician Suicide Trends

Perry Lin, MD, FACP, Mount Carmel Health System

Strategies to Reduce Cognitive Overload, Improve Clinician Well-being and Patient Safety

Rhonda Collins, DNP, RN, FAAN, Vocera Communications, Inc.

Wednesday, January 13th

11:00am  EST  LIVE Interactive Discussion with Peers and Speakers

Elisa Arespacochaga, American Hospital Association

Jason Onugha, and Harris Onugha, Without the White Coat

Rachel R. Taylor, MD, Author & Board Certified Family Medicine Physician

William Maples, MD, The Institute for Healthcare Excellence

J. Bryan Sexton, PhD,  Duke University Health System

Perry Lin, MD, FACP, Mount Carmel Health System

12:30pm  EST  LIVE DISCUSSION  Do Innovation and Technology Hold the Keys to Solving the Scale of the Burnout Crisis and Restoring Mental Well-Being to Healthcare Professionals? - Interactive Discussion

Murray Zucker, MD, Happify Health

Jeffrey S. Levy, MD, CaseNetwork, Author of "CoreWellness, a Physician Wellness Program"

Catherine Florio Pipas, MD, MPH, CaseNetwork; Professor, Community & Family Medicine, The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, and Author of "A Doctor's Dozen"

2:30pm EST  LIVE DISCUSSION FROM BOOTH  What is the role of surveys for physician burnout and engagement in the actual wellness of the provider pool?

A Survey is NOT a Burnout Prevention Strategy ... not by a LONG SHOT. Measurement is NOT treatment or prevention. In fact, measurement can easily make things worse if you are not simultaneously doing something to actually prevent burnout in your organization. There is nothing more demoralizing to a front line provider than filling out the physician burnout survey - in good faith - and then nothing happens. This session explores how NOT to fall into the these traps and how to use and act on your survey’s findings. Hint: are you “listening” to your physicians?

Sessions on Demand to view at your own time through the month of January:

Panel: Physician Distress: If it's not Burnout, What is it?

Moderator: Nicole F. Roberts, Health & Human Rights Strategies
Wendy Dean, MD, The Moral Injury of Healthcare

Heather Farley, MD, MHCDS, FACEP, ChristianaCare

Regular or Extra Crispy – Lessons from the Field in Addressing Burnout
Elisa Arespacochaga, American Hospital Association

Returning Joy to Patient Care: Clinical Workplace Hacks that Reduce Burnout
Paul DeChant

Caregiver Burnout: The Burning Platform - Making the Case for Advanced Team-Based Care

Kevin D. Hopkins, MD, Cleveland Clinic

Tuesday, January 19th

12:00pm - 1:00pm EST  Booth Live Session: What is the most important support physicians need in the wake of COVID-19?

When the battle against the virus is raging in the ER and the ICU ... It's all hands on deck. All power to the shields. Throw everything you've got to the front lines. And rightfully so. That is not enough!  Staffing and supporting the front line providers is job #1 everywhere and we can't forget the members of those who are not here today.  We’re not talking about the workers who are simply off shift right now. In this session we’ll discuss this physician leadership blind spot.

Sessions on Demand to view at your own time through the month of January:

Watching Out for the Risk of Physician Suicide
Perry Lin, MD, FACP, Mount Carmel Health System
Dr. Mona Masood, DO, Physician Support Line

Panel: Finding the Middle Ground: Connected Care after COVID 19

Moderator: Wendy Dean, MD, The Moral Injury of Healthcare
Robert Groves, MD, Banner Aetna
Hallie Brooks, MD, ER Physician
Jon White, MS, BSN, RN CCRN

Strategies and Recommendations to Reduce Clinician Burden: An Overview of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ February 2020 Report 
Thomas A. Mason, MD, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

The Unseen Connection Between Medical Science and "Physician Burnout"
Anoop Kumar, MD, Emergency Physician

How Electronic Health Record Reporting Program Can Improve Clinician Experiences with Health IT
Gary W. Ozanich, Ph.D., HealthTech Solutions

Wednesday, January 20th

10:00am EST  LIVE DISCUSSION  Physician Wellbeing: A Glance Back and a Vision Forward

Ted Hamilton, MD, Chief Mission Integration Officer and SVP, AdventHealth

11:00am  EST  LIVE  Interactive Discussion with Peers and Speakers
Paul DeChant, CEO/Principal of Paul DeChant, MD, MBA, LLC
Kevin D. Hopkins, MD, Cleveland Clinic
Shawn C. Jones, MD, FACS, Kentucky Foundation for Medical Care
Anoop Kumar, MD, Emergency Physician

Perry Lin, MD, FACP, Mount Carmel Health System
Ronald A. Paulus, MD, RAPMD Strategic Advisors
Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.D., LCSW, American Association of Suicidology

12:30pm EST  LIVE DISCUSSION  Hardwiring Physician Wellbeing into Your Organization
Kevin H. Mosser, MD, Past President & CEO, Wellspan Health
Dike Drummond, MD, CEO, TheHappyMD.com
Stephanie K. Sargent, MHA, RN, CPPS, Chief Clinical and Quality Officer, SE Healthcare
Moderator:  Rachel Ford Hutman, CEO and Founder, Ford Hutman Media

Sessions on Demand to view at your own time through the month of January:

From Z to A: Secondary Trauma, Burnout and Suicide Risk
Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.D., LCSW, American Association of Suicidology

Compassionate Care: Keys to Understanding Physician Burnout
Shawn C. Jones, MD, FACS, Kentucky Foundation for Medical Care

Technology and Clinician Burnout - The Cause or the Cure?

Ronald A. Paulus, MD, RAPMD Strategic Advisors

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