Medical Economics May 24, 2024
Richard Payerchin

The director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health discusses its role in creating a healthy workplace for health care workers.

Creating a plan to alleviate burnout in doctors and other clinicians is a great idea. But will the plan work in real-world conditions?

This year, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) published the Impact Wellbeing Guide. It is a free online resource with six steps for hospital and health care system leaders to create long-term plans and promote workplace practices that contribute to worker wellness.

It was tested by leaders in six hospitals within the CommonSpirit Health system across the United States, with additional input from nearly two dozen organizations, including professional groups, academic...

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