Developing Workforce Retention and Resiliency within an Integrated Care Setting

Date: April 5, 2022

Developing Workforce Retention and Resiliency within an Integrated Care Setting

Webinar Date: April 20, 2022

Time: 1:00 PM ET

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The impact of COVID on healthcare worker retention and burnout has been staggering. According to the American Medical Association, nearly half (49%) of healthcare workers reported experiencing burnout. The National Healthcare Retention & RN Staffing Report states that since 2015, the average hospital has turned over 89% of its workforce and COVID has accounted for a 10% decrease in healthcare employment. This webinar will cover strategies to bolster healthcare workforce retention and prevent workforce burnout. This webinar is designed to answer the following questions:

  • What are the key factors contributing to burnout, compassion fatigue, and employee turnover among primary and behavioral health providers?
  • How have these factors been exacerbated by the pandemic?
  • What are supervisory strategies that have been found to be effective in supporting employee engagement, resilience, and retention?
  • What are key organizational policies and practices that can enhance workforce retention and resilience?

Presenters: Philip H. Rainer, M.S.W., LCSW-R, SAP; Fran Basche, M.A.

  • Philip H. Rainer, M.S.W., LCSW-R, SAP is a Senior Program Associate II at Advocates for Human Potential (AHP). Mr. Rainer is a New York State Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Federal Department of Transportation qualified Substance Abuse Professional with experience including direct clinical care; program design, implementation, and management; and senior organization leadership roles in behavioral health care.
  • Fran Basche, M.A. is a seasoned leader with extensive experience in the development, management, and evaluation of programs and policies in the fields of integrated behavioral health, HIV and behavioral health workforce. Much of her work has focused on providing training and technical assistance (TTA) related to the integration of behavioral health and primary care, workforce development, the intersection of behavioral health with HIV, and programs for women and girls.