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The Underrated Staffing Crisis of Healthcare

To prevent burnout among healthcare professionals, healthcare facilities must partner with technology vendors and consultants to ensure a smooth digital transformation.

Healthcare workers, especially doctors and nurses, are suffering from burnout due to the pandemic. The pandemic has only increased burnout rates.

While the burnout of healthcare workers is being addressed, I believe that a more collaborative approach is needed to ensure that their wellbeing is not overlooked.

Burnout is a huge problem for healthcare workers, as it is a predictor of burnout and results in higher error rates that cost hospitals millions in lawsuit settlements.

Half of respondents worry that their health systems will not be able to retain and hire staff if they do not prioritize automation. Many healthcare professionals feel that too much time is spent on documentation and not on patients.

 

 

Health Systems must Prioritize Automation

Half of respondents worry that their health systems will not be able to retain and hire staff if they do not prioritize automation. Many healthcare professionals feel that too much time is spent on documentation and not on patients.

Nearly half of hospital systems are concerned about losing staff to automation. Healthcare professionals spend too much time on documentation and not enough time with patients.

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