When physicians receive support and learn strategies that work, their stress and burn out levels go down. However, providers are reluctant to seek help out of fear of diagnosing and licensing boards.
We are offering a platform to provide transdiagnostic, anonymous online help with access to evidence-based tools and weekly, virtual peer support.
Anonymous support, tools, tracking
Information and evidence-based tools and strategies are taught in weekly, online lessons with entertaining text and videos.
Physicians are placed in small online groups with other physicians. The groups meet weekly to discuss the strategies and trade advice.
Burn out and stress scores are tracked on the dashboard so physicians can monitor progress. They can also always access online therapy.
MDs more likely to suicide when burned out
When doctors are burned out, they are more likely to reduce their work hours or find another position.
This leads to $500-$1m in lost revenue and additional costs to hire and train a new doctor. (Atrius study)
More medical errors and increased malpractice risk
Studies show that physician burn out leads to more medical errors with doctors more likely to be sued.
Lower quality of care, patient satisfaction and adherence