Provider burnout in health care has always been prevalent. Now, as even more strain is being placed on the health care system, burnout has reached a critical point. It is estimated that nearly 30% of health care professionals are considering leaving their profession, making it imperative that we take action to protect the health and well-being of our health care workforce.
One of the key drivers of burnout is the complex systems that surround the workforce. Strong leaders and managers are needed to help navigate these systems and create meaningful improvements.
In this webinar, Dr. LouAnne Giangreco will discuss current evidence around provider burnout, discuss the complex systems in health care, and address the need for trained leaders to navigate the challenges and opportunities posed by these systems. She will share the critical leadership competencies that support culture, growth, change management, and, ultimately, transformation.In this webinar, you will learn:
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About Dr. LouAnne Giangreco
LouAnne Giangreco, M.D., supports a variety of organizations with consulting and development through her company, June Rose Consulting. She believes in the importance of empowering individuals in their health and well-being. In addition, she recognizes the need for strong leadership to develop organizational culture and create high-performing teams.
Dr. Giangreco has practiced emergency medicine, urgent care medicine, and occupational medicine throughout Upstate New York. In addition, she served in leadership roles within a number of these facilities. She served as Chief Medical Officer for Five Star Urgent Care, a company providing urgent care, occupational medicine, and telemedicine services throughout Upstate New York. In addition, she served as the VP and Chief Medical Officer of Health Care Improvement for Excellus BlueCross Blue Shield. She had clinical oversight of the development and implementation of the plan-wide quality programs and was also the medical director for case and disease management. She is the former System Chief Medical Officer of Cayuga Health System in Upstate New York. She developed key medical strategies as well as performance optimization for the health system.
She is board certified in Emergency Medicine and a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. Dr. Giangreco completed a residency program in Emergency Medicine from Upstate Medical University in 2005. She earned her medical degree from Albany Medical College in 2002. In addition, she has completed a Six Sigma Greenbelt training program from Villanova University.
Outside of work, Dr. Giangreco enjoys skiing and traveling with her 2 daughters.