Give clinicians more flexibility and autonomy, for example:
• Use crisis documentation protocols.
• Partner with legal, compliance, and IT to identify documentation that can be paused or eliminated.
• Adjust quality and patient experience goals.
- HHS Topic Collection: COVID-19 Crisis Standards of Care Resources
- Penn Medicine: Clinical Practice Guideline Manual
- AMA: Debunking Regulatory Myths
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This resource was created through a collaboration of experts in supporting clinician well-being: Elisa Arespacochaga, VP Workforce and Clinical Affairs, American Hospital Association ∙ Robyn Begley, SVP and CNO, American Hospital Association and CEO, American Organization of Nursing Leadership ∙ Liz Boehm, Executive Strategist, Vocera and Learning Community Lead, CEO Coalition ∙ Heather Farley, Chief Wellness Officer, ChristianaCare; member of CHARM Chief Wellness Officer Network ∙ Corey Feist, CEO, Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes' Foundation ∙ Jessica Perlo, Senior Director, Institute for Healthcare Improvement ∙ Tina Shah, Principal, TNT Health Enterprises LLC ∙ Christine A. Sinsky, VP Professional Satisfaction, American Medical Association
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