With 2 in 3 clinicians saying that treating patients in virtual-only or hybrid care settings best fits their lifestyle, despite a lack of interest in telehealth before the pandemic, digital health companies have a unique opportunity to grow and scale their clinician workforce.
But how can companies effectively attract and retain a virtual clinician workforce amid a Great Resignation that’s upended our healthcare system? How can companies ensure they’re not bringing the broken system online and instead creating new ways for clinicians to provide quality clinical care when, where, and how they want?
In this webinar with Modern Healthcare partner Digital Health Business & Technology, three clinical operations experts from across the industry share insights on how digital health companies can overcome challenges to attract and retain a virtual clinician workforce.
This webinar explores specific tactics to help digital health companies attract and retain a clinician workforce in a virtual setting, including:
- What companies can do to avoid bringing broken healthcare staffing practices into their virtual offerings
- Best practices for educating your virtual clinicians on "webside" manor and technical efficiency
- Ways to improve trust within your clinical community and support them in avoiding burnout or empathy fatigue
Dr. Pooja Aysola
Head of Clinical Operations, Wheel
Pooja Aysola, MD, MBA is the Executive Medical Director and the Head of Clinical Operations at Wheel, the health tech company powering the next generation of healthcare. As the head of Wheel’s clinical team, Dr. Aysola is responsible for leading Wheel’s robust clinical quality assurance program and ensuring the delivery of safe and professional care from Wheel’s trusted network of board-certified clinicians.
Prior to joining Wheel, Dr. Aysola served as the Director of ER Quality for her institution and was a faculty member at Brown University. She completed her medical degree and residency at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec.
Managing Director and Expert Partner, The Advisory Board
Daniel is a researcher, speaker, and facilitator at the Advisory Board where he conducts best practice research on physician enterprise strategy and operations. He is especially interested in the intersection between technology and the practice of medicine.
Prior to joining the Advisory Board, Daniel developed health education content at the Center for the Study of Human Health. Daniel graduated from Emory University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Predictive Health.
Alissa Erogbogbo, MD FACOG
Clinical Medical Director, Maven Clinic
Alissa Erogbogbo, MD FACOG is a board-certified/California licensed OB/GYN and Medical Director with over 13 years of experience. Alissa currently serves as a Medical Director at Maven Clinic. Prior to Maven, Alissa was the Medical Director of Operations and Chair of the DI committee at Ob Hospitalist Group. Alissa earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology, her medical doctorate from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in Chicago, and completed her OB/GYN residency with Summa Health System. She is a Fellow in the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
Alissa is currently Department Chair at El Camino Health for Maternal Child Health and head the OB Task Force at El Camino Health to ensure quality and evidence-based care for patients. She is also an active board member of the Los Altos Mountain View Community Foundation to ensure fundraising and adequate support for community programs; an active member of the ACOG District Legislative Committee in understanding the need to support postpartum care and equity of healthcare; and an alternate delegate for the California Medical Association for Hospital-Based Practices.