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The most disruptive forces in healthcare

Residency Program Insider, March 17, 2021

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Hospital and health system leaders say provider burnout, disengagement, and physician shortages are the most disruptive forces that healthcare organizations are facing, according to a report from AMN Healthcare.

The report surveyed 551 healthcare executives, including c-suite executives or trustees, vice presidents, directors, and managers, between November and December 2020. Thirty percent of respondents reported they were experiencing physician shortages and 83% were experiencing nurse shortages. While only 14% of respondents reported executive shortages, 82% said filling those executive positions remains challenging.

The healthcare executives also reported that financial pressures and government regulations were disruptive forces their organizations faced.

Source: Becker's Hospital Review
 



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