Healthcare resilience is the capability of healthcare organizations to face the challenges and overcome them. Resilience in healthcare professionals is essential to avoid burnout, increase empathy and compassion, and improve mental & physical health. Resilience in healthcare is critical for ensuring the quality and sustainability of services.
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With financial and regulatory stakeholders pressuring healthcare organizations to reduce their carbon footprint, the supply chain is a critical area for transformation, as it accounts for over 70% of the healthcare industry's carbon footprint.
In this webinar, our panel of experts will share how health systems, suppliers and GPOs are working together to build an environmentally sustainable supply chain. They will also discuss strategies to improve overall resiliency of the supply chain, such as efforts to improve transparency of information collected, forming social responsibility initiatives and diversification methods.
Main takeaways from the webinar will be:
Specific environmental initiatives from Atrium Health to reduce risk and improve resiliency of the supply chain
Recent efforts by suppliers and GPOs to support the environmental and social responsibility goals of health systems
Approaches to improve transparency among suppliers, GPOs and health systems of products and materials
In this webinar, Sonia Arista, VP, Chief Information Security Officer & Compliance at Everbridge, will examine technology’s emerging role in building resilience from real-time risk intelligence, surveillance and AI capabilities to wayfinding, contactless care and enhanced communication and collaboration tools. As a former hospital CISO, Arista has been a champion for innovation and implementing new technologies to make hospital systems more secure and resilient for the future. She’ll share her expertise and perspective on the latest technology trends that are helping hospitals to:
Create more resilient IT infrastructures to protect data and revenue
Innovate distributed care models, more patient-centric, contactless care
Respond to an increasing number of more complex and diverse threats
Keep pace with a higher level of regulatory compliance
Attendees will have the opportunity to prioritize their key areas of risk and assess if they have the right technology, tools, and processes in place for future resilience.
Resilience, commonly defined as "the ability to quickly recover from challenges," has been a key theme of 2020 and will be vital moving forward. Resilience is at risk for 3 in 5 Americans, according to Cigna's 2020 Resilience Index Report. The consequences of low resilience can have lasting effects on people, businesses and communities.
Two-thirds of full-time workers do not have high resilience, and healthcare workers are less likely to have high resilience compared to the national average. Healthcare workers are significantly less likely than non-healthcare workers nationally to rate their mental health and social life as very good or excellent. In addition, healthcare workers are more likely to be unsatisfied with their current job.
This webinar will outline how healthcare organizations and leaders can build resilience for their workforce with four simple steps. Learn what the data has shown and hear advice for building resilience for tomorrow.
In this informative webinar, you will discover the barriers to your own personal resilience. It is during challenging and uncertain times that we question ourselves and our ability to endure the constant pressure and strain of what we are going through and to have feelings of uncertainty going forward. But resilience is more than just a belief that we will “bounce back”, it is about looking hard at how we communicate internally, understanding how negative thinking holds us back and holds us down and how we make the choice to alter and improve our thinking to improve our outlook and our lives.
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