HIT Consultant March 23, 2023
Fred Pennic

Clinician shortage has reached a new level of urgency as we face rising demand and healthcare costs, according to a recent Accenture report. Healthcare workers are increasingly burned out and leaving the industry altogether in droves. Those who remain to do the work are overburdened. We ask seventeen healthcare IT executives for their insights on how health IT solutions could potentially help address clinician burnout, clinician staffing shortages, and deal with capacity.

Staffing levels continue to plague health systems across all of the clinical and administrative areas, with no real signs of easing in the next several years. Employee retention efforts have never been more critical and leaders are looking to technology to help their staff work smarter. While AI...

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Topics: Health IT, Interview / Q&A, Provider, Survey / Study, Technology, Trends
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