Healthcare Finance News March 27, 2023
Susan Morse

Ninety percent rate clinician burnout as a major concern for their provider organizations.

Ninety-four percent of healthcare executives responsible for technology at their organizations said they plan to invest in software to proactively address two of healthcare’s top priorities, clinician burnout and a potential recession, according to healthcare data company Intelligent Medical Objects, a healthcare data enablement company.

Ninety percent rate clinician burnout as a concern for their provider organizations.

Additionally, 98% of respondents acknowledge their organizations must improve the way they leverage data to confront future challenges.

While there are a myriad of external factors affecting day-to-day operations, such as staffing shortages and the economy, one area where executives can take tangible action is where investments...

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