The report, Documenting a Day of Discussion: Ahead of the Crest of the Wave Creating the National Agenda for Systemic Change for Enhanced Clinician Well-Being, is now available for review in Learn at ACGME.
In December 2019, the ACGME, Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), and National Academy of Medicine (NAM) co-sponsored the CEO Summit on Clinician Well-Being. The meeting facilitated discussion on burnout and clinician well-being, as well as how executive leaders can work together to promote systemic solutions, at both the local institutional and the national policy levels.
Thirty-three executive leaders from health systems across the country discussed how to promote systemic solutions to support clinician well-being and our shared goals of promoting patient safety, delivering high-quality patient care, and addressing the economic sustainability of the nation’s health systems.
The discussion from the day identified nine priority areas:
The COVID-19 pandemic temporarily delayed the completion of this report but also highlighted the criticality of addressing and prioritizing the burnout and well-being of health care workforce members.