Janae Sharp and Dalton Ruer join Data Book for part one of a three-part podcast on physician burnout to discuss tech implementation issues and data collection.
Physician burnout is an epidemic that appears to keep getting worse. The addition of technology to a provider’s workflow has unintentionally created additional burden. But technology can also be used to make healthcare delivery more efficient—if implemented properly.
Janae Sharp, founder of Sharp Index, a nonprofit dedicated to reducing physician suicide and burnout, and Dalton Ruer, a data scientist storyteller, join Data Book for a special three-part series about physician burnout.
In part one, we discuss the factors contributing to burnout, common misconceptions, and tech’s role in helping the problem.
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