It’s been reported that more than half of U.S. health care workers report symptoms of burnout. In fact, in spring of 2022 the Surgeon General of the United States issued an advisory on healthcare worker burnout and well-being, declaring the crisis a national priority. OPTIVIO® answers the call with a science-backed and innovative stress-management application.
WHAT TRIGGERS YOUR STRESS?
OPTIVIO® analyzes subtle changes in wearable data and smartphone interactions, accurately detecting when you are stressed.
Integrations with calendars, scheduling tools, EMR systems, and other enterprise software programs reveal what times, events and ways of working are associated with unhelpful levels of stress.
Data-driven recommendations deliver the most effective training and teach employees how to manage stress, enhance recovery and improve your cognitive performance.
A Growing Need for Actionable Insights Into Burnout
- 96% of medical professionals feel burnout is a serious problem
- Physician burnout costs the United States economy $4.6 billion every year
- In a recent survey of nurses, only 3% said they feel their employer invests in their mental health