Fulfilling the Quadruple Aim with Clinician Centric Ergonomics

December 5, 12:00pm, MST - 1:00pm, MST




What you'll learn

There is a growing awareness of the workflow and burnout effect the ubiquitous clinical workstations can have on over-taxed clinicians in healthcare facilities. More importantly is that these workstations have a significant impact on satisfying the Quadruple Aim as related to patient

satisfaction, value of care, population health and especially care team well-being.

This webinar will address how the ergonomics of medical carts and workstations directly affects caregivers. This means removing the constraints that prevents their energy from going towards patient care. You will also learn how new stressors like “power anxiety” can add to the frustrations clinicians have about losing power in the middle of a clinical decision settings.
By attending this webinar you will learn how nurse ergonomics contributes to well-being and engagement and by applying the Quadruple Aim learn:
  • How well designed products positively affect population health and can help delay the early onset of metabolic disorders which can result in comorbid conditions later in life
  • How to prevent and reduce debilitating caregiver muscular skeletal disorders (MSD) and cumulative trauma disorders (CTD)
  • The connection between ergonomics, nurse fatigue, anxiety and measured patient experience in clinical decision settings
  • Reduce the per capita healthcare cost by keeping clinicians from becoming patients




Presented by:

Bob Hill

Healthcare Manager


Frank Cutitta

Senior Director
HIMSS Media Lab