The National Academy of Medicine (NAM) has announced the release of a national plan to address health workforce well-being. A collective of more than 200 organizations has contributed to this body of work with the overarching goal of supporting our nation’s health workforce. There will be a public-input webinar on May 20th, the day of the official release of the plan.
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The NAM Clinician Well-Being Collaborative is working urgently to develop a National Plan for health workforce well-being. The draft plan will be released on May 20, 2022, for public input. We welcome you to join this public input webinar from 3-4:30 pm ET on the day of the draft plan’s release. This event will kick off an open comment period when you can provide input to be taken into consideration for the final plan.
We value insights from all role types, institutions, and perspectives as we continue to develop this important work. The National Plan will provide guidance and next steps to work with leaders of health care organizations and educational institutions for health professionals, policymakers, health IT companies, payers, regulators, associations, and others involved to cultivate a health system to support our care providers and optimize their well-being. With your input, we look forward to producing a National Plan for collective action to achieve health workforce well-being at this critical juncture for the U.S. health system.
Learn more about the National Plan at nam.edu/NationalPlan.
Learn more about the Clinician Well-Being Collaborative at nam.edu/CW. Stay tuned to the NAM’s clinician well-being work – join our listserv today.