On this episode of ‘Health Care by the Numbers’ we will dive into the deep end to discuss physician burnout, industry turnover, shortages of nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how to successfully overcome today’s challenges. 

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Caravan Health Vice President of Client Success, Greg Paris, hosts this episode of ‘Health Care by the Numbers’, and invites Quint Studer, Founder of the Studer Group, to the conversation. Twice named by Modern Healthcare as one of the 100 Most Powerful People in Health Care for his work on institutional health care improvement, Studer’s dynamic style and health care expertise had also led him to be the only health care leader named a Master of Business by Inc. Magazine.

In the past decade we have seen alarming rates of physician burnout – twice that of the general public. Studer published, ‘Healing Physician Burnout: Diagnosing, Preventing, and Treating’, a book that tackles this very real phenomena that is disrupting health care delivery from the inside out. With the COVID-19 pandemic raging in rural and urban communities, our nation’s health care industry is experiencing an all-time high rate of turnover, including a serious shortage in nursing professionals. The National Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a nursing shortage of more than one million professionals by 2024. Studer is a renowned expert on these topics and has recently released a booklet of resources to help health care professionals practice self-care and enable organizations to build trust and embody success.

In addition, Studer’s most recent books, ‘The Busy Leader’s Handbook: How to Lead People and Places that Thrive’ and ‘Building a Vibrant Community: How Citizen-powered Change is Reshaping America’, speaks to his knowledge of how to not only embrace change on an organizational level but to also improve the dynamic and create a foundation for success. Studer can also be heard each week on his podcast, ‘The Busy Leader’s Handbook’ where he hosts leaders from a variety of industries who discuss our nation’s biggest challenges.

Thank you for tuning into today’s episode as Greg Paris and Quint Studer break down the numbers that are disrupting health care.

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meet your host

Greg Paris
VP of Client Success, Caravan Health

Greg Paris is the Vice President of Client Success with Caravan Health. In this role, he works with Senior Executives who represent their communities on the ACO Boards. Greg’s primary responsibility is to ensure the satisfaction of the services Caravan Health is providing to the ACO members.

Greg received his undergraduate degree in Marketing and Accounting from Iowa State University and his Masters in Health Care Administration from Des Moines University. He was named the Iowa Hospital Association Executive of the Year in 2007 and is a member of StuderGroup’s Hall of Fame.

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Quint Studer
Author, The Busy Leader's Handbook
Quint Studer spent ten years working with special needs children before entering the healthcare industry in 1984 as a Community Relations Representative. He then went on to hold leadership positions at Mercy Health System in WI. He later became COO of Holy Cross Hospital in Chicago, IL, where his initiatives in patient care led to their winning Hospitals Magazine’s Great Comeback award. In 1996, he became president of Baptist Hospital in Pensacola, FL, leading that organization to the top 1% of hospitals nationwide in patient and employee satisfaction.

In 2000, after numerous requests by organizations for assistance, Studer Group was formed. Over the years the outcomes firm won multiple awards, including the 2010 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. By the time the firm was sold in 2015, it had 250 employees and had helped more than a thousand healthcare organizations move toward higher performance. Inc. magazine named Studer its Master of Business, making him the only healthcare leader to have ever won this award. Twice Modern Healthcare has chosen him as one of the 100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare for his work on institutional healthcare improvement. 

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