By definition, work is hard, yet for health care providers, the job demands far more than an honest day’s effort: their very well-being is on the line. Not only are they vulnerable to infections, they’re emotionally exhausted, increasingly alienated from their patients, and lacking the sense of accomplishment that keeps workers doing their best.
Even prior to the pandemic, burnout had reached crisis levels with as many as 54% of nurses and physicians and 60% of medical students and residents reporting symptoms of burnout, according to the U.S. Surgeon General.
In this white paper, we’ve provided the danger of clinical burnout, the problem of paperwork, and how virtual scribes can provide relief.
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