In order to continually improve the offerings and directly apply to as many healthcare professionals as possible, the MedEd Web Solutions team is excited to announce the Advanced Practice Providers version of the Well-Being Index.
“Offering specific versions of the Well-Being Index not only allows organizations the ability to provide more personalized results to their employees, but also provides users the most accurate results and resources,” said Alan De Keyrel, Chief Happiness Officer of MedEd Web Solutions
The Advanced Practice Providers version was specifically developed for Physician Assistants (PA), Nurse Practitioners (NP), and Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA). It joins five other versions: physician, resident and fellow, medical student, nurse, and employees.
This new version also PAs, NPs, and CRNAs the ability to compare their well-being results to their peers while remaining 100% anonymous. It ensures results are more accurate and actively redefines the standard of well-being.
Burnout Among Advanced Practice Providers
Statistics show that one-out-of-every-four workers in the United States experiences professional burnout. In jobs where high-stress is a factor, this figure climbs to nearly 50%. This is especially evident in the medical field.
Career burnout is associated with high staff turnover, a decreased level of patient satisfaction, and other negative implications that impact institutions in a variety of ways. As the responsibilities among Advanced Practice Providers increase and evolve based on patient demand and need, it’s more important than ever to address burnout at a leadership level.
As institutions strive to provide a way for their employees to assess, monitor, and track their well-being over time, they turn to the Well-Being Index as a comprehensive online tool.
The Well-Being Index
Invented by the Mayo Clinic, the Well-Being Index is a 100% anonymous, web-based tool that evaluates multiple dimensions of distress in just 7-9 questions.
Available for physicians, nurses, residents, fellows, medical students, advanced practice providers, and general employees, these indexes are designed to measure burnout, provide valuable resources when people them the most, and track progress over time to promote self-awareness.
The ultimate goal is to end burnout among professionals and reduce the adverse consequences that come along with the strain of burnout.
Explore the different versions with our free demo to get a look into what the Well-Being Index could look like at your organization.