Meet leading TECH addressing CHALLENGES related to Employee Burn-Out in Healthcare
We are excited to invite you to the first session of HealthIL's quarterly Global Collaboration Series,
where we will address some of the most pressing challenges in healthcare organizations
and introduce innovative technological solutions
In collaboration with:
The event on Burn-Out in Healthcare is the first of a series of quarterly thematic events brought to you by HealthIL.
Each of our quarterly collaboration events will involve presentations from relevant technological solutions and startups around a specific topic.
At the end of the event participating healthcare organizations will be able to schedule deep-dive B2B meetings with those solutions that are most interesting to them, to set the stage for potential future collaboration.
This first event is intended for any healthcare organization who is looking for solutions to address challenges of Burn-out, and any technological solution who can address these challenges.
Challenge Exposure and Pitching Tech Event: this session is for healthcare organizations to present their challenges and needs pertaining to Burn-out and meet startups that offer relevant solutions. [March 22nd]
B2B Deep-dive: Virtual B2B deep dive meetings between tech and providers will follow the event [March 23-25]
This event is open to all healthcare provider organizations and any tech companies who feel they can address employee burn-out
-HealthIL reserves final decision on participants-
We are looking for innovative solutions to address the following challenges in Employee Burnout in Healthcare:
Administration & Workflows
Administrative aspects of the treatment process require significant attention from healthcare staff – like documentation, interfacing with multiple systems, and managing multiple workflows and tools.
>> We are looking for solutions that reduce administrative or procedural tasks, including but not limited to process automation, decision support tools for workflows, workflow optimization, and the like.
Medical care involves can frequently create a physical burden to care providers including extensive time spent on feet, few hours of sleep, carrying heavy loads, chronic fatigue and more. These are detrimental to the health of the caregiver and can also lead to mistakes.
>> We are looking for solution that can help reduce these types of physical burdens, or can help with alerting / managing such situations.
The excessive workloads of healthcare staff have been increasing over the years and peaked during the Corona period. This is one of the most critical components of burnout that has led to staff attrition. This can include long working hours, mismanaged work/life balance, and lack of flexibility.
>> We are looking for technological solutions for effectively managing and improve the workload of healthcare employees, such as shift optimization, onboarding, equipment and inventory optimization, and more.
Mental Health & Wellness
The mental health and wellness of healthcare staff members is a critical component in preventing burnout. Stress, anxiety, and even depression have become the unfortunate reality of many healthcare employees who deal with difficult situations and loss under extreme pressure.
>> We are looking for solutions that can improve the mental health and wellness of healthcare employees, including solutions that can assist with work-life balance and emotional support both in and out of the workplace.
Burnout can also be a result of result of a staff member's inability to manage his/her career, specifically regarding opportunities for promotion and professional development and the relationships with administrators. Career ambiguity reduces the sense of job satisfaction, which is a critical factor in reducing burnout.
>> We are looking for means for affectively addressing career/job development and increasing job satisfaction, including but not limited to improving effective intra-organization communication, peer support, onboarding/training solutions, and diversity.
Safety & Risk Management
Working in the healthcare system can include safety risks ranging from exposure to diseases to risks of violence against the medical staff.
>> We are looking for technological solutions that can increase safety, including monitoring, alerting, and managing physical safety, hazards, accidents, sexual harassment, etc…
11:00 – 11:45 Burnout from the Healthcare Perspective
Prof. Nachman Ash - Director General of the Israel Ministry of Health
Yael Ophir - Executive Director, HealthIL
Celia Pita, EIT Health Wildcard mental health program
Donna Summers, MSN RN-BC – Chief Nursing Information Officer – Henry Ford Health System
Victoria Laker, PHD - Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust
Vered Madmon-Kiviti - Director of HR, Israel Ministry of Health
Dr. Assi Cicurel – Innovation Center Manager – Clalit Healthcare
Sabina Mayzel - Head of Training and organizational development – Tel Aviv Medical Center
Yael Rotem-Sher - Organization Development Manager - Maccabi Healthcare
11:45 – 12:45 Burnout from the Startup and Tech Perspective
[only available for pre-registered healthcare providers]
Startup and tech pitches
12:45 – 13:00 Closing and Prep for B2B