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Perficient Mentioned in Two Forrester Reports on Tech-Enabled Clinician Experiences

More than half of physicians reported feeling burned out in the past year according to Medscape. And nearly one in four physicians reported feeling depressed. Even more troubling: these are the highest percentages reported in five years. As our experts explored in discussions for a 2022 Forrester report, Ease The Nursing Shortage By Triaging And […]

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A Recruitment Success Story: Filling Clinical Roles with a Strategic Approach

Healthcare organizations (HCOs) are struggling with major staffing shortages and unprecedented competition for talent across the industry. According to analysts at Forrester, more prevalent chronic disease, the COVID-19 pandemic, and aging populations are responsible for leaving the burden on the healthcare ecosystem at an all-time high. Difficulty filling roles with high quality candidates has been […]

Clinician Burnout Impacts Nurses

Perficient Mentioned in Forrester Report on Clinician Burnout

It’s understandable that the pandemic could stretch the strongest of care teams to exhaustion and overwhelm. Yet healthcare organizations (HCOs) were grappling with clinician burnout long before COVID entered the scene. In fact, the importance of clinician burnout – and the dire impacts if not addressed – was formally recognized nearly a decade ago. In […]