Expertise | Healthcare

We’ve burned out an entire generation of caregivers. Over half of all practicing physicians experience at least one symptom of burnout. Fifty percent of nurses are emotionally exhausted. We can’t stop the ever-increasing demands imposed on our caregivers by the healthcare system, but we can teach the tools needed to not only survive—but thrive—in this highly stressful profession.

We can train the skill of wellbeing to restore joy to the practice of medicine.

  • 6.2x as many medication errors: Made by depressed residents compared to those who
    were not depressed1
  • $68 million: Amount saved in preventable infections at hospitals with reduced nurse burnout compared to the national average1
  • 19.2%: Average national hospital staff turnover rate2
  • $1.2 million: Cost to replace a physician3
  • $59,000: Cost to replace an RN4
  • For every 10% increase in nurse burnout, patient satisfaction decreases by 2%5

By the numbers

LIFE XT practices for healthcare that cultivate wellbeing, engagement, and compassion

  • Compassion Training – Specialized training for healthcare professionals designed to overcome the effects of compassion fatigue and cultivate greater resiliency to stress
  • Integrated Mindfulness – Integrated practices that clinicians can use in the midst of their day-to-day tasks to remain present, focused, and calm in the face of challenging situations
  • System-Wide Habits – Culture-building habits that bring the practice of wellbeing into meetings, huddles, and email norms
  1. Vocera Experience Innovation Network 2016 Research Report
  2. Compdata Survey & Consulting 2015
  3. Physician Practice 2015
  4. Nursing Solutions 2016 National Retention & RN Staffing Report
  5. Health Affairs 2011 Report on Nurse Burnout and Patient Care
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