Do you feel out of control, frustrated, or tired as you go through your clinical day?
Are you spending hours charting in the evening, at night or all weekend?
How much time do you estimate you have spent charting? For many Physicians and Healthcare Professionals, the extra charting time is at least 350 hours a year.
What would you do with an extra 350 hours a year?
At the end of your clinical day, if all your charting and inboxes were done, how would you feel?
This can be your new reality and I want to help you have this future for yourself. It is possible.
Imagine for a Moment:
- Going home in the evening with everything DONE
- Spending TIME with your family or your priorities instead of always working
- Getting processes in place at your clinic to get paperwork done EFFICIENTLY
- Actually ENJOYING your clinical day
THIS IS POSSIBLE and Available for You!
I know it is possible because I have been there, dreading work and feeling my life being sucked away with endless paperwork and administrative burden. Paperwork and charting is a major contributor to physician and healthcare professional dissatisfaction. Additionally, you may not be finding time for the activities that help you recover and restore your reserves due to this paperwork burden.
Think about it:
- How much sleep are you getting?
- How much exercise are you getting?
- When did you have a weekend free of paperwork?
There are unique stresses associated with managing patient consultations, inboxes and charting.
What if you decided to get help and create time for your life in addition to your work?
You are in exactly the right place to get the help you need.
"Professional Coaching is an evidence based solution to help physicians improve their quality of life and reduce burnout."
Source: Effect of a Professional Coaching Intervention on the Well-being and Distress of Physicians A Pilot Randomized Clinical Trial JAMA Intern Med. 2019;179(10):1406-1414
Additionally, Charting Coaching gives you specific help to find your most simple solutions to your clinical day, so you can get today's work done today and create time for the things you love outside of medicine.
Don't believe it's possible? Listen to Anna's Story:
"Today was my admin day but I managed to stay on task this week and even my inbox was empty. I had nothing to do! I drank tea and kept thinking I was forgetting something. It was a very foreign feeling, thank you!"
~ Family Physician, Dr. Christina