Tracking and Responding to Physician Well-Being Metrics
The Program on Physician Well-Being assists with prospectively and longitudinally measuring different dimensions of well-being, professional satisfaction, and burnout among physicians to identify changes and trends within Mayo Clinic. Data are used to evaluate how organizational changes impact the satisfaction and well-being of physicians.
Within the Department of Medicine in Rochester physicians are surveyed annually with reports provided to divisional and departmental leadership. At the organizational level all physicians across the enterprise are surveyed biannually, and results are analyzed by work group.
Leadership is provided guidance with a Physician Well-Being Resources Playbook that provides a perspective on how to approach physician well-being, the organization's overarching approach to supporting physicians throughout their career span and information on:
- How physician well-being is monitored and how to understand the data
- How to respond to the data and engage with staff to develop solutions
- Mayo Clinic Program on Physician Well-Being research
- Mayo Clinic internal resources for individuals
- External resources for individuals