Traveling from the C-suite to the front line: a seasoned leader’s journey addressing burnout during the pandemic

Wednesday, October 27th, 2021 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CT

The AMA studied the impact of COVID-19 on physicians and care team throughout 2020 and early 2021. More than half of the 60,000 respondents reported experiencing at least some symptoms of burnout and 36 percent reported feeling symptoms of anxiety and depression to a moderate or great extent.

With continued surges of COVID-19 across the country, what will be the ongoing and future impact on our healthcare workforce? Join us for a discussion around:
  • Key findings from the AMA's COVID 19: Caring for Caregivers research and the impact of the pandemic on our health care workforce
  • Hear how a health system CEO is staying on top of and addressing physician and care team well-being during the pandemic
  • Identify signals of stress and burnout within your organization and possible strategies to consider at a system and individual level


Turney, Susan L MD - Sarah Simon

Susan Turney, MD, MS, FACP, FACPME

Chief Executive Officer - Marshfield Clinic Health System

Mathew, Suja MD - Sarah Simon

Suja Mathew, MD, FACP

Chair of Medicine - Cook County Health, Senior Physician Advisor - American Medical Association


Sponsored by the AMA Health System Program, providing tailored Organizational Well-Being resources to Health System Leaders by assisting them in creating conditions that enhance culture, improve professional satisfaction, and develop leaders.