Social determinants of health account for 80-90 percent of modifiable contributors to a patient’s health outcome, making the issue critically important for care teams to identify and address. Patients struggling with social determinants often have complex needs that can’t be met at a single point of care. Technology can help bridge the gaps.
Over 45 percent of resident physicians experience burnout, which has been linked to physician suicide, racial bias in residents, medical errors, and turnover.
Three in four nurses experience workplace violence. Rather than accepting it as part of the job, here’s how to increase safety, without also increasing bias.
Learn how improved care transitions help providers care for at-risk patients with complex conditions.
Workplace violence in healthcare is a serious, and growing, problem. It detracts from quality patient care, costs money, and leads to job dissatisfaction and burnout. However, it doesn’t have to be that way.
Nearly half of emergency physicians have been assaulted at work. Learn what the American College of Emergency Physicians is doing about workplace violence.
Dr. Robran-Marquez spoke about identifying and supporting behavioral health patients at an AHA Leadership Summit session on July 26, 2019.
Patients who aren’t involved in their care decisions have a 34% higher chance or readmitting. Here are five ways to increase patient engagement.
Behavioral health collaboration is critical to better caring for the 34 million American adults living with comorbid mental and medical conditions.
Opioids kill over 130 people daily in the US—42 CFR Part 2 helps protect individuals from lingering stigmas that prevent them from getting treatment.