Optimize Your Care Delivery to Prevent Burnout and Boost Your Bottom Line

Optimize Your Care Delivery to Prevent Burnout and Boost Your Bottom Line


WEBINAR ON-DEMAND

Solving the growing problem of physician burnout won’t happen overnight. However, there are things you and your team can do to immediately alleviate some of the pressures of being an independent medical practice - and it all starts with your care delivery workflow.

Dr. Paul DeChant, MD, MBA, FAAFP, will use his combined experience as a family physician, medical group CEO and consultant to C-level leaders to walk you through the simple steps you can take to reduce burnout while building a successful medical practice.

In this webinar, Dr. Paul DeChant will:

  • Review the manifestations and drivers of burnout and how you can reduce their impact
  • Help you develop a plan, including building teamwork and solutions to problem-solve
  • Show you how to improve efficiencies by through changes to EHR office visits and in-basket workflows
  • Explore how using technology in your practice can save time and remove barriers to better connect with your patients

It is the perfect time to take a holistic look at your practice and see what processes can be improved or streamlined to have a more productive and happier staff, healthier patients and a more manageable workload for you to prevent burnout. Register for this free webinar - you can’t afford not to!

About the Speaker

Dr. Paul DeChant, MD, MBA, FAAFP

Dr. Paul DeChant, MD, MBA, FAAFP, is an internationally recognized expert on clinician burnout. He speaks from the unique combined experience as a family physician, medical group CEO, and consultant to C-level leaders on reducing burnout while building the bottom line.
While CEO the Sutter Gould Medical Foundation achieved the highest rating of 170 medical groups in California two years in a row, and improved provider satisfaction from p45 to p87 in the AMGA Provider Satisfaction Survey.
He co-authored, “Preventing Physician Burnout: Curing the Chaos and Returning Joy to the Practice of Medicine” and blogs regularly at www.pauldechantmd.com.

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