Wisconsin’s health care workforce has faced many challenges in recent years leading to emotional fatigue causing burnout. Maintaining the well-being of Wisconsin’s health care team is critically important, as highlighted in the WHA 2023 Health Care Workforce Report
released March 28. The Wisconsin Hospital Association in partnership with physician leaders from Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin, Children’s Wisconsin, and UW Health/University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (funded through an Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Community-led seed grant) are looking for your help to better understand the well-being resources and programs that exist within your organizations.
Thank you for all you are doing to improve the well-being and mitigate burnout of your clinicians and staff. We are asking for your feedback to help establish a baseline of workforce well-being in Wisconsin. The information garnered in this survey will be analyzed and compiled into a compendium of tools and resources to develop and support future efforts to improve the well-being of Wisconsin’s health care workforce.
Please take a few moments to complete the Workforce Well-being Survey
(or copy and paste this link https://forms.office.com/r/MEFXXQNXG0
into your browser).
Your participation is highly encouraged. The survey deadline is April 21, 2023
For more information or questions, contact WHA Chief Quality Officer and HEALtHy WI Program Sponsor Nadine Allen
or WHA Clinical Quality Improvement Manager and HEALtHy WI Program Director Jill Lindwall
WHA’s community-based proposal submission “Health and Well-Being Environmental Assessment for Lasting Healthcare Workforce Resiliency in Wisconsin” (HEALtHy WI) will focus on completing an environmental assessment to identify current tools, resources and models of well-being that currently exist and identify gaps that will identify and bring forward strategies aimed at eliminating workforce burnout and promote well-being.