Burnout and a low Well-Being Index score can lead to many negative implications. On a personal level, burnout has been directly linked to depression, a decreased quality of life, even personal harm. From an organizational standpoint, a decreased well-being leads to decreased patient care levels, on-the-job error, and is correlated with high staff turnover.
The Nurse Well-Being Index was invented by Mayo Clinic to evaluate multiple dimensions of distress. It is a completely anonymous online tool that accurately measures well-being in just 9 questions. After completing the assessment, users have the ability to track their wellness over time, access customized resources, and more.
The goal of the Nurse Well-Being Index is to identify the problem and give institutions and nurses a way to track well-being. Once the problem is addressed, a solution to improve well-being can be implemented, rejuvenating passion and purpose.
Removes the fear of implications: The Nurse Well-Being Index is 100% anonymous.
Tracking and extensive reporting tools encourage self-awareness of well-being.
A way to evaluate the effectiveness of wellness programs.
A set of completely customizable features for all of your organization's needs.
The WBI Community is available to connect admins from around the world and is full of resources to ensure success.
Provides instant access to valuable resources when physicians need them the most.
You will get instant access to the Well-Being Index demo account to test the software as different types of users. We will also send you a confirmation email with the link to the demo account for future access.
Go Beyond Burnout at your organization. Use the Executive Leadership Summary to share the Well-Being Index with your colleagues or leadership teams.