Health system leaders know that care team member burnout is a serious concern that affects quality, safety, patient experience, and financial outcomes. The challenge, for many, is not whether, but how to create systems that support care team resilience, well-being, and joy. In this webinar, the Experience Innovation Network, part of Vocera ®, will release the results of our latest research looking at how health system executives are investing in well-being at the individual, team, and organizational levels.
This webinar will feature Glenn Ledbetter, M.D., Chief Clinical Officer, HealthTexas Provider Network and Chief Medical Officer, Baylor Scott & White Health Waxahachie, sharing how leaders at Baylor Scott & White employed a data-driven approach to uncover burnout, apply targeted solutions, and deploy a comprehensive approach to well-being.
Vocera technology has bridged our communication gaps – allowing instant hands-free voice calls, improving patient care coordination, and enhancing staff and patient safety by reducing response times.Norman Bowman, Clinical Ward Administrator at Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust
The Vocera numbers speak for themselves, and they show this technology can dramatically reduce the time it takes to connect with a colleague and get a response. That has a real impact on the care we provide.Adrian Plunkett, Paediatric Intensivist Consultant at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital
We have seen improvement in our communication across Emergency Care since implementing Vocera technology – staff can now connect with the right person on their first try.Victoria Sudron, Service Improvement Coordinator at North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Trust
Since implementing Vocera, we no longer have communication delays due to the ‘page and wait’ scenario.Nick Roper, Clinical Director at North Tees & Hartlepool NHS Trust
Vocera empowers people in mission-critical environments to instantly connect via secure, mobile, integrated and intelligent communication solutions.