Healthcare IT Today April 14, 2021
Guest Author

The following is a guest article by Shaillee Juneja, Principal, & Shaun Sangwin, Senior Vice President, Business Development at Divurgent.

Many, including the New England Journal of Medicine and the National Academy of Medicine, have described physician burnout as the “parallel pandemic,” but the problem is broader than provider burnout – it encompasses the entire care team.

Why? Because while the organizational cost of individual turnover of a nurse is less expensive than a physician, the impact on quality and patient satisfaction is significant. That impact has direct ramification on performance and reimbursement under a value-based care contract.

In short, you will be paid less if you have dissatisfied care teams under value-based care contracts.

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