Advancing Compassion in Healthcare
Vocera Chief Medical Officer Bridget Duffy, MD discusses the latest research and application of compassion in healthcare at Stanford’s The Science of Compassion conference.
Resiliency in Health
Approaches to addressing stress and burnout among healthcare team members, including Code Lavender, mindfulness, and other resiliency programs.Learn More
Resiliency In Health
As an academic children’s health system with high acuity patients, Stanford Children’s Health found that both burnout and fatigue were high amongst its care team members and other staff. Six months after launching a Lavender Alert program with Vocera’s Experience Innovation Network, the hospital saw significant improvement in both measures, and a staff survey indicated that the program exceeded expectations. Learn More ›
Staff and Clinician Stress Spectrum
Code Lavender is a formalized, rapid response program designed to provide emotional support to staff members during times of high stress or loss. When a stressful event occurs, physicians and staff may call upon a Code Lavender team, typically comprised of palliative care, social work, pastoral care, organizational leaders, or other support services, for resources and support.
The Journey to an Ideal Human Experience
Leading healthcare organizations recognize that the only way to chart a course to long-term, sustainable growth is to create market differentiate based on the human experience they deliver to patients and families, and the support they provide to physicians, nurses and staff.Download Whitepaper