Healthcare DIVE December 7, 2022
Hailey Mensik

Dive Brief:

  • About three-quarters of the healthcare executives recently surveyed by consulting firm WittKieffer reported feeling burned out within the past six months, with 93% surveyed saying burnout is negatively impacting their organizations, according to a report out Monday.
  • Those reporting burnout said they feel less hopeful about the future of healthcare leadership compared to those who reported not feeling burned out, according to the survey, which included responses from 233 healthcare executives.
  • Burned out executives also said they feel significantly less productive and unable to overcome challenges at work, and are less determined to make an impact in their work and careers.

Dive Insight:

Burnout has become prevalent in the healthcare workforce this year as nurses, physicians and...

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