America’s Real Health Care Crisis is a must-read for health care leaders.
America’s Real Health Care Crisis is a must-read for health care leaders who want to help solve the problem of chronic, unmanaged stress among health care workers and first responders.
The human body needs 20 minutes to physically recover from the exposure to life-threatening emergencies and the suffering of others. Health care workers and first responders rarely get the luxury of that recovery time. Day after week after month after year, they repeatedly face such conditions and learn to adapt. But their natural “maladaptive” response has a proven, devastating effect on their physical, mental and emotional well-being. Exhausted, sick and burnt-out providers cannot effectively provide care to others.
Chronic, unmanaged stress has reached epidemic proportions, and it impacts care providers, their families, co-workers and patients.
It also massively affects the financial and manpower systems within health care and emergency response organizations. Lisa Adams shares her 25-year journey working on the front lines of health care as a nurse and business owner. Now she dedicates her life to creating awareness, education, and solutions through a Whole Person Health approach.
Collectively, we can turn this epidemic around.