It's no secret that the industry is in the midst of a serious workforce crisis. For years, leaders have employed strategies primarily looking to mitigate the crisis with short-term solutions without addressing the root-causes of clinician burnout and workforce shortages. However, today we want to talk about a non-negotiable tactic that can work to address these root problems: technology.
In this episode, host Rachel (Rae) Woods invites Advisory Board experts Allyson Paiewonsky and Jordan Peterson to discuss what organizations are getting wrong about tech and how it can work to sustainably alleviate the workforce crisis in the long term. Throughout the conversation, they discuss emerging technologies, why the industry needs to think differently about workforce solutions, and how leaders can work with the resources that they already have.
- Ep. 173: 4 ways to prevent a physician shortage [Bonus content]
- Ep. 162: Addressing the workforce crisis: Insights from University Hospitals' leaders
- 12 technologies to address your clinical workforce challenges
- How technology can help solve the workforce crisis
Learn more about the Advisory Board Fellowship at: advisory.com/fellowship
A transcript of this episode as well as more information and resources can be found on radioadvisory.advisory.com.