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Risk Management Guide: Well-Being

Curi supports the health and well-being of its clients. We want to provide peace of mind so clinicians and organizations can do what they do best — deliver the best patient care. The following provides education, tools, and resources for clinicians to achieve success in maintaining their well-being and ultimately promoting patient safety. Individual well-being Burnout and compassion fatigue can lead to a decrease in professional performance causing ineffective communication, medical errors, poor morale, and lowering patient satisfaction. It also can greatly affect a clinician's overall mental health and personal life, including relationships and finances; ultimately degrading a work-life balance. Response to burnout and compassion fatigue…

Curi’s risk mitigation resources and guidance are offered for educational and informational purposes only. This information is not medical or legal advice, does not replace independent professional judgment, does not constitute an endorsement of any kind, should not be deemed authoritative, and does not establish a standard of care in clinical settings or in courts of law. If you need legal advice, you should consult your independent/corporate counsel. We have found that using risk mitigation efforts can reduce malpractice risk; however, we do not make any guarantees that following these risk recommendations will prevent a complaint, claim, or suit from occurring, or mitigate the outcome(s) associated with any of them.