Physician Burnout Epidemic is an Existential Threat to US Healthcare; Webinar shares a Proven Blueprint for an Effective Corporate Physician Wellness Strategy

SEATTLE, June 13, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — is pleased to announce the 3rd Annual Physician Wellness Champion Summit where they will share a proven blueprint for a high-impact, scalable physician wellness strategy in a live webinar. The strategy components are sourced from experience training 40,000 physicians and working with over 175 corporate and association clients since 2010.

The latest US survey shows a 63% prevalence of Physician Burnout. (1) The American Medical Association, National Academy of Medicine and Surgeon General have all declared physician burnout a national crisis. (2) Yet only 1 in 3 medical group leaders have any plan in place to address physician burnout. (3)

Dike Drummond MD, CEO of The Happy MD will present a simple, scalable, system-wide corporate burnout prevention strategy in the Quadruple Aim Blueprint Webinar on June 27th and 29th Live on ZOOM. The four interlocking components of the strategy were developed via Dr. Drummond’s experience training 40,000 physicians and working with over 175 corporate and association clients since was launched in 2010.

All registered attendees receive CME and access to the video webinar recording.

Register for the Physician Wellness Strategy Webinar for Full Details and Webinar Links
Two Webinar Options; Tuesday 6/27 9AM Pacific or Thursday 6/29 4PM Pacific

Massive consolidation in the healthcare industry now means over 70% of US physicians are now employees (4). Leadership teams must now add Physician Wellbeing to their list of core responsibilities for employee doctors. (5) Physician Wellness Leadership is a new discipline. Almost all existing physician leaders are unprepared to understand physician burnout or the use of a coordinated strategy to lower burnout levels system wide., the original online source for physician burnout coaching, has tested and honed the Quadruple Aim Blueprint, a four-part, scalable corporate physician wellness strategy.

The Webinar includes:

  • The simplest possible way to prevent physician burnout at the level of the organization.
  • The triple competitive advantage of physician and staff wellness.
  • A four-part, proven burnout prevention strategy.
    • All four components will be discussed in detail
    • Along with the communication and awareness plan that pulls it all together

BONUS: Attendees will also learn

  • The best first step in your wellness strategy
  • The staff and budget recommended in year one
  • Where to find the money for your wellness program – outside the operations budget.
  • Plenty of opportunity for Q&A, networking, sharing best practices

About Dike Drummond MD and [] is the original online source of coaching, training and consulting to prevent physician burnout since 2010. CEO, Dike Drummond MD [] is a Family Physician and executive coach with over 3000 hours of one-on-one physician coaching experience. He is the author of the book “Stop Physician Burnout: What to do when working harder isn’t working” with over 40,000 copies in print. Dr. Drummond has trained over 40,000 physicians on behalf of 175 major healthcare organizations to recognize and prevent burnout.

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(1) Changes in Burnout and Satisfaction With Work-Life Integration in Physicians and the General US Working Population Between 2011 and 2020
Mayo Clinic Proceedings VOLUME 97, ISSUE 3, P491-506, MARCH 2022

(2) i) AMA Recovery Plan for America’s Physicians

(2) ii) NAM Action Collaborative on Clinician Wellbeing and Resilience

(2) iii) Addressing Health Worker Burnout The U.S. Surgeon General’s Advisory on Building a Thriving Health Workforce

(3) Burnout-driven physician resignations and early retirements rising amid staffing challenges

(4) 74% of physicians are hospital or corporate employees, with pandemic fueling increase

(5) From Triple to Quadruple Aim: Care of the Patient Requires Care of the Provider
Annals of Family Medicine November 2014, 12 (6) 573-576