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Burnout has long been an issue that has plagued frontline healthcare workers. With a growing physician shortage and an aging population, the burnout problem is likely to continue. But AI-powered ambient clinical intelligence solutions can dramatically reduce the administrative burdens that lead to burnout, helping clinicians restore their quality of life—and rediscover the joy of practicing medicine.
When chronic workplace stress isn’t managed effectively it can lead to burnout, a condition that saps clinicians’ energy and enthusiasm. Burnout leaves clinicians feeling exhausted, hindering their ability to do their job, and in many cases forcing them to leave the profession entirely. Organizations that find effective ways to reduce burnout can reverse these impacts, improving clinician satisfaction, patient experiences, and financial performance.
Join Kelly Aurand, Interim CMIO, Legacy Health and Founder, Physician Wellness Network as she reflects on her personal journey and discusses strategies to relieve the administrative burdens that cause burnout. As a result, patient-provider-relationships, quality of care, and medical outcomes will be improved because of it.
SpeakerDr. Kelly Aurand, Clinical Vice President and Chief Medical Information Officer at Legacy Health, Founder of Physician Wellness Network
Kelley Aurand, CMIO at Legacy Health and Founder of Physician Wellness Network is a board certified family medicine physician with Legacy Medical Group-Camas. She joined Legacy in 2008 after completing residency in Vancouver, WA. Dr. Aurand enjoys family medicine because of the continuity of care she provides for her patients. She finds is rewarding to care for all ages and stages of life, and feels it is truly an honor to participate in her patient's lives on their journey in health and wellness. Dr. Aurand has a special interest in women's health and preventive care. A native Oregonian, Dr. Aurand enjoys the activities of the Pacific Northwest. You'll find her paddle boarding or hiking in the summer, snowshoeing in the winter, and visiting the Oregon Coast during every season of the year.