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Creating a Practice Culture of Self-Care, Prevention and Well-being

Medical Economics JournalMedical Economics December 2023
Volume 100
Issue 12

Physicians today face increasing demands, often at the expense of their own well-being. Discover the path to a healthier work-life balance in this informative session. Explore self-care strategies, holistic wellness practices, and how collaboration with wellness practitioners can transform your practice culture. From dream vacations to alternative care models like concierge medicine, learn how to enrich your personal and professional life while preventing burnout and chronic stress.

Join Susan Greeley, M.S., RDN, Senior Vice President and National Director of Wellness ServicesCastle Connolly Private Health Partners, to learn about this important topic. Attendees will be inspired and empowered to improve the health of their practice and their own physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing.

While demands on physicians steadily increase, the idea of “work-life balance” becomes unattainable. Then, when “something has to give,” it often comes in the form of neglecting some aspect of personal wellbeing.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn about physician’s self-care, why holistic wellness activities are needed to create boundaries and balance in their work lives, and how to bring more beauty into their lives. That “beauty” can be in the form improved personal health, finally taking a dream vacation, or many other aspects of life.
  • Discover how collaboration with wellness practitioners offers physicians their own extended support and care team and is an integral part of creating a practice culture that prioritizes self-care, prevention and well-being in a sustainable way that prevents burnout, chronic stress and other health issues.
  • Explore how alternative care models, like concierge medicine, support these techniques and philosophies, and may help physicians live healthier, fuller lives.
  • Learn how walking the walk is doable, enriching and rewarding on a very personal level. Attendees will leave with peace of mind and a vision for improving personal and professional well-being.