How Community Health Network is addressing physician burnout — 3 leaders weigh in

Tuesday, October 20th, 2020 | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CT

Physician burnout has consequences for the whole healthcare industry. The impact is seen in physician turnover and job satisfaction, prevalence of substance use disorder, medical error and overall quality of care. The American Medical Association found in 2017 that almost 44 percent of physicians reported at least one symptom of burnout, in comparison to about 28 percent of the U.S. population.

Join us as we discuss physician burnout and learn from our panel of experts at the Community Health Network in Indianapolis, and their Center for Physician Well-Being and Professional Development. They will discuss the prevalence of physician burnout in addition to contributing factors and solutions to combat this important issue among physicians.

  • Reduce and alleviate physician stress
  • Improve work life integration
  • Develop, coach, and mentor physicians in leadership and at each stage of their career
  • Restore the joy of practice



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Dr. Kevin Coss

Chief Wellness Officer for the Community Physician Network; co-founded, Center of Physician Well-being and Professional Development, Community Health Network



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Ann Ostrom

Director for Physician Leadership and Well Being, Community Health Network



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Dr. Tricia Hern, MD

Vice President, Improvement and Physician Leadership Development, Community Health Network




Moderated by:



Catherine Dimou, MD, FACP

Midwest Market Medical Executive, Cigna Health Care



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