Why Well-Being Index

Distress and burnout in the healthcare industry are ongoing issues that can have devastating consequences on the well-being of the individual, the patient, and the organization as a whole. It is more important than ever that we support providers, reduce the risk of distress, and prioritize wellness. The Well-Being Index can help.

Support Your Staff & Improve the Well-Being of your Organization

Improve quality of life

79% of primary care physicians experience workplace stress and burnout, an all-time high. (InCrowd)

The Well-Being Index allows clinicians to measure how they are doing and compare their well-being to their peers’ and national averages. Tracking their progress over time not only gives leaders the data needed to improve conditions but also increases self-awareness and promotes wellness among participants.

Avoid tragedy

Each year more than 400 physicians take their lives, likely related to increased depression and burnout. (Western Journal of Emergency Medicine)

Psychological distress is an incredibly dangerous and serious health concern. That’s why the Well-Being Index measures multiple dimensions of distress—including suicidal ideation—and provides just-in-time resources that high-risk participants need.

Maximize patient care

Physicians experiencing one or more dimensions of distress are over two times as likely to report major medical errors than those not experiencing distress. (Mayo Clinic Proceedings)

Along with helping individuals maximize their mental health, the Well-Being Index also gives institutions the insight needed to make impactful systemic changes to reduce the drivers of distress and help doctors help patients.

Reduce turnover rates

Hospitals across the country are seeing high turnover rates and staff shortages due to increased burnout and issues with well-being. (JAMA Internal Medicine)

Hospitals, health systems, and other medical organizations around the world use the Well-Being Index to help improve culture and Go Beyond Burnout. Providing workers with proper support and communication tools and creating positive working environments makes staff feel valued.

Save resources

Approximately $4.6 billion in costs is attributable to physician burnout each year in the United States. (Annals of Internal Medicine)

With the Cost of Burnout Calculator and accurate organizational data, the Well-Being Index gives organizations a clear picture of what they’re spending on attrition and where to implement specific initiatives to stop the bleeding.

Let’s chat

We’d love to set up a short meeting to discuss how the Well-Being Index can help you reduce the risk of distress, support your faculty, and maximize the well-being of your organization.

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