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November 20-22, 2024 |  New York, NY.

7th Edition Healthcare Burnout Symposium

November 20-22, 2024 |  New York, NY.

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Dedicated to Bolstering the Well-Being of Everyone Who Works in Healthcare

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More than 60% of Healthcare Workers Experience Burnout

Our healthcare system is in critical condition. Be part of the cure, register today.

Top 5 Reasons to Attend

1
Understand the far-reaching consequences of burnout
2
Discover strategies for burnout prevention and mitigation
3
Understand technology’s impact on clinician well-being
4
Reduce secondary trauma and suicide risk among clinical staff
5
Create an organizational culture of wellness from the top down

Agenda

November 20, 2024
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM
9:30 AM-12:00 PM
Restoring and Nurturing the Human Connection in Healthcare
Sponsored by Medicine Forward

Jeff Cohn, MD, Coach; Kim Downey, Community Ambassador, Medicine Forward; Dawn Ellison, MD, president, Influencing Healthcare, LLC; and Denise Wiseman, founder, The PX Community (PXC)

Today’s healthcare landscape is filled with complex challenges that often overshadow the profound human connections at the core of medicine. Medicine Forward invites you to rediscover the joy and humanity in healthcare by envisioning ways forward with your peers.

Participative Engagement: Guided by experienced hosts from Medicine Forward, you’ll dive into open, inclusive conversations of your choosing, using Open Space Technology. This participatory approach empowers you to tackle pressing issues directly and collaborate on actionable solutions. At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Organize their own efforts to transform medicine
  • Plan how they can improve human connection at home
  • Recognize Open Space Technology as a method to engage groups in inclusive conversations leading to wise action
  • Understand how they can contribute to and benefit from the Medicine Forward Movement

 

1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Saving Time: Practice Innovation Boot Camp
Sponsored by American Medical Association

Marie Brown, MD, MACP, director, practice redesign, and Jane F. Fogg, MD, MPH, senior physician advisor, physician satisfaction, American Medical Association

Practice redesign for workforce sustainability is crucial for quality improvement. But how and where to start? This interactive boot camp equips attendees with the time-saving tools and strategies needed to reform their organizations and enhance professional satisfaction. Learn how to maximize team-based care, optimize the EHR, eliminate unnecessary work, and free up more time to focus on what matters most – patient care. Gain proven tools to implement in the following areas:

  • Getting rid of stupid stuff
  • De-implementation (STOP this and START that)
  • Debunking regulatory myths
  • EHR inbox optimization
  • Team-based care practice fundamentals
  • Building bridges between clinicians and administrators
  • Reducing barriers to taking PTO
  • Making the business case to leadership

By the end of this boot camp, you will be equipped with the knowledge and resources to transform your practice, save time, and ultimately address burnout effectively.

November 21, 2024
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
9:00 AM – 9:45 AM
Correcting Our Course: Lessons from the Trenches About Advancing Wellbeing

Wayne M. Sotile, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Founder, Center for Physician Resilience

“It is time to end the conspiracy of silence.” This call to address psychosocial distress in health professionals was issued more than 30 years ago. Since then, we have progressed through the stages of change, moving from denial to action. Yet, vital course corrections remain to be done. Join clinical psychologist, Wayne Sotile, as he shares insights borne of his 40+ years of experience working with health professionals, as a therapist, leadership coach, and organizational consultant. Wayne will highlight what we’ve gotten right, where we have erred and over-corrected, and how we can move forward with renewed energy and purpose.

  • Discuss the stage of change as applied to workforce wellbeing efforts
  • Discuss the mythical balanced life, burnout hysteria, and “write ‘em up!” as examples of “right concept; wrong application” efforts to shape a well healthcare workforce
  • List at least three practical strategies for advancing and solidifying well-being, at home and at work

9:50 AM – 10:30 AM
Reorienting the U.S. Healthcare System Around Relationships to Achieve the Quadruple Aim

Christine A. Sinsky, MD, VP, Professional Satisfaction, American Medical Association

Over the past several decades, healthcare has increasingly been conceptualized as a series of independent transactions that can be distributed nearly randomly among healthcare workers: The resulting fragmentation of care is ubiquitous and has been at odds with the fundamental relational nature of medical care.

How would healthcare differ if the infrastructures, policies and technologies upon which care delivery is based were reoriented to prioritize relationships at every level? In this presentation, drawing from the commentary, Radical Reorientation of the US Health Care System Around Relationships, wherein 3 foundational recommendations are presented: 1. Structurally prioritize continuity of relationships, 2. Make room for relationships by removing sludge from the system, and 3. Realign reimbursement and research to prioritize relationships. Implementation tactics are provided to guide organizational leaders, policy makers, technology vendors and other stakeholders. After the session, you will be able to:

  • Describe one consequence of a transactional conceptualization of healthcare
  • Identify at least 2 tactical approaches to prioritize relationships within the physical structure, team structure, scheduling approach and/or technology within a work unit
  • Plan to bring home at least 1 change to remove sludge from the daily work of clinicians in your unit
  • Become inspired about the possibilities of reclaiming the joy in medicine

11:00 AM – 11:45 AM
A Work Environment Reset: Why Moral Injury Matters

Wendy Dean, MD, Author, President/Co-founder, The Moral Injury of Healthcare

From leaders to frontline workers, our relationships and the culture we create shape the outcomes we generate. Reframing distress to encompass moral injury, and resetting the work environment to prevent and mitigate it, invites effective, innovative solutions that will make healthcare better for all of us – administrators, healthcare professionals, and patients. Learning objectives include:

  • Define moral injury
  • Describe the relationship between moral injury and burnout
  • Name three (or more) characteristics of a morally centered organization

TRACK 1
The Future of Work & Education in Healthcare

Geoffrey M. Roche, MPA, Director, Workforce Development, North America, Education & Workforce Solutions, Siemens Healthineers

Join Geoffrey Roche as he takes a deep dive into how to develop future leaders and current leaders to ensure they are focusing on culture, leading with heart, becoming holistically healthy, and transforming lives. Roche will discuss the future of work and education as it relates to healthcare including leadership, culture, DEIB, leading through difficulty and how to be a holistically healthy leader. You’ll walk away with:

  • Strategies to promote continuous learning and upskilling among healthcare staff to adapt to evolving roles and responsibilities in the changing healthcare landscape
  • The ability to cultivate a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organizational culture that fosters innovation and collaboration
  • Ideas to promote holistic well-being and resilience among healthcare leaders, especially in times of crisis

TRACK 1
The Happiness Equation: How Happiness Attracts and Builds High-performing Teams

Jessica Weiss, Happiness Expert, President, JMW Consulting

Why is it so difficult to keep the best people and attract the best talent? It turns out after studying hundreds of organizations and thousands of individuals, workplace culture expert Jessica Weiss has discovered that the solution lies in … happiness. Happiness is the basis for collaboration, trust, effective leadership, and the ability to navigate uncertainty and change. By developing and focusing on happiness first, organizations are able to build incredible, high-performing, sustainable teams. Join this session to:

  • Understand why work can and should be a source of happiness
  • Transform the way employees think about their work
  • Learn practical frameworks to create spaces where people love to work

TRACK 2
Leveraging Technology and Predictive Analytics for Workforce Health

Angelo Venditti, MBA, DNP, Senior Vice President, Strategic Workforce Solutions, Executive Advisor, AMN Healthcare

Data-driven insights allow you to proactively manage employee well-being, improve productivity, and reduce healthcare costs within your organization. This data-backed, interactive session will allow you to:

  • Identify key data sources and metrics for assessing workforce health and performance using predictive analytics and technology tools
  • Develop strategies to implement these models to forecast health risks, trends, and interventions for promoting a healthier and more productive workforce
  • Evaluate the ethical considerations and privacy implications of using predictive analytics to ensure compliance with regulations and protect employee data

TRACK 1
An Evidence-Based Program for Staff Retention in Challenging Times

Helen Riess, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School; Founder & Chief Medical Officer, Empathetics, Inc.

The Big Quit continues to adversely affect all industries and the healthcare sector in particular. It has become the leading concern for leaders of healthcare organizations and impacts the ability to deliver quality care and a positive patient and employee experience. Dr. Riess will describe a leadership implementation of a brief institutional empathy and wellness training at a major health system that re-engaged medical staff and resulted in 17X retention of physicians over a four-year period that saved the system millions of dollars and can be easily replicated. You’ll learn:

  • How empathy and compassion play significant roles in attaining and retaining talent
  • Wellness training and programs that can positively impact the bottom line
  • Steps you can take to get buy-in for programs at your organization

TRACK 2: 3:10 PM - 3:55 PM
The Well-being Framework Firehose

Heather Farley, MD, MHCDS, FACEP, Chief Wellbeing Officer, Professor of Emergency Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina

As the emerging field of healthcare workforce wellbeing evolves, there is no shortage of frameworks to guide organizational and team approaches to wellbeing. From governmental models such as the National Academy of Medicine’s national plan, NIOSH’s total worker health program, and the Surgeon General’s framework for Workplace Mental Health & Well-Being, to health system derived models such as the Stanford model of professional fulfillment, the options can be overwhelming.  How can leaders navigate the myriad available models, make them their own, and best leverage the wisdom contained within each approach as they design their organization or team’s wellbeing strategy? After this session, you will be able to:

  • Analyze, compare, and contrast the most well-known wellbeing frameworks
  • Discover the critical differences between how frameworks should be leveraged for internal program development vs forward-facing communications to the healthcare workforce.
  • Determine how leaders can successfully adapt existing models to their organization or team’s unique needs

TRACK 1
System-Level Solutions for Advancing Employee Engagement

Jessica C. Dudley, MD, Chief Clinical Officer, Press Ganey

By fostering a culture of respect, continuous listening, and accountability, healthcare organizations can achieve higher levels of employee engagement, retention and well-being, and improved patient experience. This session will present:

  • Insights from national data, with organization specific case studies that include innovative approaches for enhancing staff engagement
  • Strategies to support supervisors and managers
  • Solutions to bolster overall wellness and resilience

TRACK 2: 4:05 PM – 5:00 PM
How AI Will Influence Burnout and Culture in the Modern Workplace

Joshua Proulx

As AI becomes increasingly integrated into the modern workforce, leaders and staff face an uncertain future. While a global impact brought with it increased competition for staff, inflationary pressures to drive up wages, and cultural changes such as quiet quitting, AI holds the potential to alleviate some of these pressures by automating tasks, acting as a virtual assistant, and in some cases completely taking over roles. Many employees harbor fears that the rise of AI technology could lead to job displacement, creating uncertainty about their future employment and career stability. The time-consuming benefits of AI could reduce workforce burnout while simultaneously increasing it due to fears of workforce reduction. What will the modern workforce culture look like in the coming AI age when AI becomes our assistant, our co-worker, our replacement, and maybe even our manager? In this session, you will:

  • Gain better insight into the capabilities of AI in the modern workforce
  • Understand the potential impacts AI will have on workforce culture and burnout levels
  • Learn about workforce cultural implications as AI agents become co-workers and even managers

TRACK 1: 4:30 PM —5:00 PM
Cultivating Psychological Safety on the Healthcare Frontline

Dhaval Desai, MD, Director of Hospital Medicine, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital; Assistant Professor of Medicine, Emory School of Medicine

Protecting the healthcare frontline in the pursuit of psychological safety involves creating a supportive environment where team members feel comfortable speaking up, sharing concerns, and collaborating openly to enhance patient care and staff well-being. After this session, you will be able to:

  • Identify factors that contribute to psychological safety, including effective communication, trust-building, and leadership support
  • Implement strategies to promote open dialogue, active listening, and constructive feedback among your team members
  • Evaluate the impact psychological safety initiatives can have on staff morale, patient outcomes, performance, and staff retention

November 22, 2024
9:00 AM – 9:45 AM
Thriving Together: Cultivating Connected Leadership in Healthcare

Dr. Jennifer Clark, Healthcare Delivery Consultant and Physician Advisor, The Institute for Healthcare Excellence; Dr. Patrick Kneeland, VP of Medical Affairs at Dispatch Health and Sr. Physician Advisor, The Institute for Healthcare Excellence

In the dynamic landscape of healthcare leadership, the prevalence of loneliness has become a pressing concern, impacting organizational productivity and overall well-being. However, within this challenge lies a transformative opportunity to foster connection and collaboration, driving positive change across the healthcare sector.

Through interactive discussions and real-world examples, delegates will gain a deeper understanding of the prevalence and consequences of leadership loneliness, while recognizing its potential as a catalyst for positive organizational change. Explore solutions for building meaningful connections among healthcare leaders and care team members enhancing decision-making, morale, and overall organizational effectiveness. From cultivating empathy to promoting resilience, conference delegates will discover actionable insights for cultivating a human-centered culture within healthcare organizations.

  • Understand the prevalence and implications of leadership loneliness in healthcare, and recognize its potential as a catalyst for positive organizational change
  • Explore practical strategies for fostering connection and collaboration among healthcare leaders to enhance decision-making, morale, and overall organizational effectiveness
  • Discover actionable insights for cultivating a human-centered culture within healthcare organizations, promoting resilience, empathy, and sustainable leadership practices for the well-being of all stakeholders

9:45 AM – 10:30 AM
How Do YOU Feel?: Recognizing Burnout In Ourselves, While Treating Others For It

Jessi Gold, MD, MS, Chief Wellness Officer, University of Tennessee System; Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Tennessee Health Science Center

In this session, Dr. Jessi Gold walks through her own personal journey with burnout as a practicing psychiatrist, assistant professor, and wellness leader. During the pandemic, Dr. Gold “wrote off” what she was experiencing as a medical condition or “just how I should feel working this hard,” and medical culture (perfectionism, for one thing) contributed to those thoughts. Further, Dr. Gold will discuss her own self-stigma, and how, ironically, she needed to seek outside help to discover that she was experiencing burnout. She’ll explore how she now copes and deals with burnout, including simply admitting that the job will always have an effect on you. This session aims to:

  • Describe one story of burnout and self-stigma
  • Identify aspects of medical culture that serve as barriers to help seeking
  • Explain ways to minimize the impact of burnout, including social support and vulnerability

Speakers

Dawn Ellison, MD

President

Influencing Healthcare, LLC

Ellison

Jennifer Clark, MD

Healthcare Delivery Consultant and Physician Advisor

The Institute for Healthcare Excellence

Clark

Patrick Kneeland, MD

VP of Medical Affairs, DispatchHealth, Senior Physician Advisor

Institute for Healthcare Excellence

Kneeland

Wayne Sotile, PhD

Clinical Psychologist, Founder

Center for Physician Resilience

Sotile

Bryan Sexton, PhD

Director

Duke Center for the Advancement of Well-being Science

Sexton

Wendy Dean, MD

Author, President/Co-founder

The Moral Injury of Healthcare

Dean

Heather Farley, MD, MHCDS, FACEP

Chief Wellbeing Officer, Professor of Emergency Medicine

Medical University of South Carolina

Farley

Jeff Cohn, MD

Coach

Cohn

Kim Downey

Community Ambassador

Medicine Forward

Downey

Denise Wiseman

Founder

The PX Community (PXC)

Wiseman

Helen Riess, MD

Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

Founder & Chief Medical Officer, Empathetics, Inc.

Riess

Jessi Gold, MD, MS

Chief Wellness Officer

University of Tennessee (UT) System

Gold

Jane Fogg, MD, MPH

Senior physician advisor, physician satisfaction

American Medical Association

Fogg

Marie Brown, MD, MACP

Director, practice redesign

American Medical Association

Brown

Christine Sinsky, MD

VP, Professional Satisfaction

American Medical Association

Sinsky

Dhaval Desai, MD

Director of Hospital Medicine, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital; Assistant Professor of Medicine

Emory School of Medicine

Desai

Jessica Dudley, MD

Chief Clinical Officer

Press Ganey

Dudley

Angelo Venditti, MBA, DNP

Senior Vice President, Strategic Workforce Solutions, Executive Advisor

AMN Healthcare

Venditti

Jessica Weiss

Happiness Expert, President,

JMW Consulting

Weiss

Geoffrey Roche, MPA

Director, Workforce Development, North America, Education & Workforce Solutions

Siemens Healthineers

Roche

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We are dedicated to bringing you the highest-quality audience, which includes decision-makers, strategists, and executives all ready to meet you.

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​We strive to provide an intimate environment for you to meet one-on-one with our highly qualified audience. We offer customized partnership opportunities to fit your budgetary needs.​

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Why Sponsor the 7th Edition Healthcare Burnout Symposium?

At ICD, our team takes a holistic approach that will maximize your investment and offer a dedication towards your success.

We strive to provide an intimate environment for you to meet one-on-one with our highly qualified audience. We offer customized partnership opportunities to fit your marketing objectives and budget. 

Be a part of a community of dedicated healthcare professionals striving to transform the industry.

Each sponsorship package is customized based on your organization’s marketing objectives and budget.

Each package includes virtual events and is designed to elevate your brand awareness, generate new leads and introduce your product and services to tap into this highly qualified and targeted group of decision makers at a time when they are most receptive.

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Register 3 or more delegates from the same organization at the same time and receive a 15% discount on the registration fee. For larger group discounts, please email us at info@icdevents.com

Stand out in a competitive job market and show your dedication to lifelong learning. All delegates of the 7th Edition Healthcare Burnout Symposium will receive a certificate of completion, recognizing your commitment to professional growth and affirming your industry expertise and credibility.

Validate Your Industry Knowledge and Credibility.​

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Main Conference (no workshops)$795$1,295
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Conference + TWO Conference $1,095$1,595
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Nurse/Govt./Student/Advocate Conference + ONE workshop$595$1,095
Nurse/Govt./Student/Advocate Conference + TWO workshops$695$1,195
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Cancellation Policy

Should you be unable to attend for any reason, please inform us IN WRITING, before October 18, 2024, and a full refund will be provided, After October 18, 2024, a credit voucher for the full amount will be issued. No credit vouchers will be given for cancellations received on or after April 15, 2024. Substitutions of enrolled delegates may be made at any time. Program content and speakers are subject to change without notice.

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