COVID-19 Pandemic Hastens Cleveland Clinic’s Unified Well-Being Strategy

September 17, 2021 – The COVID-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for shaping a new future in healthcare. At the Cleveland Clinic, top priorities throughout the pandemic have been to support caregivers professionally and personally and to help them be their best for themselves, their fellow caregivers, patients, organizations, and communities.

Cleveland Clinic is realizing the profound impact of many strategies that its Caregiver Office has put in place during the pandemic and how COVID-19 accelerated a unified vision for caregiver well-being.

This article explains how Cleveland Clinic’s Caregiver Office has built a holistic culture that treats all employees as caregivers with specific needs that must be met to ensure their well-being and ultimately the health of their communities. Clinic leaders share innovative actions taken and lessons learned during the pandemic. Their data-driven, carefully measured successes can help other organizations create an effective well-being strategy to support their greatest assets—their people.

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DOI:  10.1097/HAP.0000000000000121

Point of Contact:

Joseph Pixler, Senior Editor, Health Administration Press, American College of Healthcare Executives, [email protected]

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