Jeffery Rosen, Chief of Department of Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens

This live episode from the Becker’s Hospital Review 13th Annual Meeting in Chicago features Dr. Jeffery Rosen, Chief of Department of Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens. Here, he discusses the new focus on the wellbeing of healthcare providers thanks to the pandemic, the challenges surrounding staffing issues and how his system is overcoming them, and more.

Summary

New Focus on Healthcare Providers' Wellbeing Post-Pandemic

Dr. Jeffery Rosen, Chief of Department of Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens, discussed the new focus on the wellbeing of healthcare providers during the pandemic in a live episode from the Becker’s Hospital Review 13th Annual Meeting in Chicago.

Staffing Challenges and Solutions

Dr. Rosen also talked about the challenges surrounding staffing issues in the healthcare industry. His organization is currently facing workforce challenges as people are seeking better lives away from New York. While the increasing labor costs are a concern, he believes that stabilizing the workforce is crucial.

The Need for Flexibility and Change

Jeffrey Rhoden, Chief of Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation at New York Presbyterian Queens, believes that effective healthcare leaders need to be flexible and open to change. He cited the next two to three years as a crucial period, and leaders should have a long-term vision while remaining adaptable to the changing circumstances.

The Future of Healthcare

As the healthcare industry evolves, it is crucial to prioritize the wellbeing of healthcare providers and employees. The pandemic has underscored the need for increased support in this area, and healthcare leaders should take proactive measures to ensure their staff feels valued and supported.

 

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This episode aired on 05/18/2023 and can be listened here.

 

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