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A System-Wide Approach for Organizational and Individual Clinician Wellness
Indiana Primary Health Care Association

A System-Wide Approach for Organizational and Individual Clinician Wellness

Indiana Primary Health Care Association (IPHCA) created the Workforce Support Toolkit, which offers a stress screening and resource guide for healthcare clinicians, providing personalized strategies to prevent and address burnout, reshape workplace culture, and promote well-being through interdisciplinary intervention.

Created in partnership with Indiana Primary Health Care Association

Publish Date: 07/12/2023

Cost to Implement:  $ - One Time Cost

Time to Implement:  0 - 6 Months

Program Goals

  • Build a culture that encourages open discussion of burnout
  • Empower clinicians to identify and address the symptoms of burnout in themselves and their peers

Organization Outcomes

  • Providers are 89th percentile for reporting no symptoms of burnout

Collaborative-Verified Best Practices

  • Clinician Wellness and Reducing Burnout

Keys to Success

  • Provide educational resources and practical tools so that clinicians can identify and address their personal sources of burnout
  • Focus on building a culture that fosters clinicians and administrators working together to proactively discuss and treat burnout

What Indiana Primary Health Care Association Did

Indiana Primary Health Care Association (IPHCA) developed the Workforce Support Toolkit, a stress screening and resource guide, to address burnout among healthcare clinicians. The toolkit includes educational resources, assessments, and targeted strategies to reshape workplace culture, recognize burnout signs, and mitigate the impact of individual stressors. By providing personalized solutions and promoting interdisciplinary intervention, IPHCA aims to empower clinicians and organizations to improve their well-being and foster a culture of wellness.

How Indiana Primary Health Care Association Did It

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Clinician Wellness and Reducing Burnout

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