Burnout is nearly twice as prevalent among healthcare providers as other U.S. workers, affecting at least half of physicians. Every day, on average, a U.S. physician commits suicide, a rate almost twice that of the general population. Physician burnout and depression adversely affects healthcare workers, patients, families, and the community at large. “Burnout among health [...]Read More »
Based on our Community Health Needs Assessment,the Care Compass Network has selected to work on eleven specific projects. Learn more about them here.
Physician burnout is a significant challenge in healthcare today. The root cause is not a lack of resilience among the physicians, but significant dysfunction in the clinical workplace. Physicians are left struggling to effectively connect[...]
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We cordially invite you to attend our December PAC Stakeholders end-of-year meeting and luncheon! We will be providing a ‘year in review’ along with CCN’s strategic plan and vision for 2025. Attendees will also have[...]