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How virtual care can help combat physician burnout — with Kavi Misri and Dr. Matthew Peters

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How virtual care can help combat physician burnout — with Kavi Misri and Dr. Matthew Peters

October 22, 2021

How virtual care can help combat physician burnout — with Kavi Misri and Dr. Matthew Peters

In the final podcast in our Virtual Care paradigm series, we look at how virtual care for mental health can benefit not only patients but also physicians themselves, who face many barriers to mental health care and as a result suffer from high levels of stress, burnout, and even suicide. To discuss this issue and its potential solution, host Jonah Comstock is joined by Kavi Misri, founder and CEO of Rose Health, and Dr. Matthew Peters, chief medical officer at Rose Health and an associate professor and practicing physician at Johns Hopkins.

Talking points:

  • How the Rose Health system works and why it was developed
  • Mental health assessment scores and why they help
  • Using the Rose Health system to combat physician burnout
  • Issues that arise when clinicians seek mental health treatment
  • Physician burnout in this pandemic moment
  • Virtual care and how it can help
  • Fitting mental health into the busy physician lifestyle
  • The vicious cycle of staff shortages and burnout
  • Positive indications from Rose’s early efforts

More about this episode:

Brigham and Women's pilots new program to support provider mental health

Burnout in the Age of COVID-19, a Healthcare IT News special project

Gaining trust starts with knowing the patient, provider (this episode's companion HIMSS TV episode)

Digital therapeutic 'HelloBetter Stress and Burnout' available to 50 million adults in Germany

Clinicians share technology’s two-sided effect on burnout

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