The panel discussion focuses on the interplay between occupational stress and physician burnout. Panelists will include Ivanette Juarbe, MD & Misha Whitfield, PsyD, who will offer actionable advice to reduce burnout and improve patient care.
What will you learn?
Impact of provider burnout within community health
- Basics of implementing a provider coaching program
- Overall techniques to improve patient care in community health
Dr. Whitfield / Columbia Valley Community Health
Dr. Misha Whitfield is a licensed clinical psychologist who received her Master’s degree from Seattle University and a Doctoral degree from the Washington School of Professional Psychology. She is also a Provider Coach. In that role, she works closely and collaboratively with medical providers and other providers to help them improve performance and increase job satisfaction. She provides training and coaching to staff on topics, such as communication, conflict resolution, team building, and stress management at work.
Dr. Juarbe-Ramos / Hudson River Health Care
Ivanette Juarbe-Ramos, MD, is a family medicine physician at HRHCare Peekskill, the Jeannette J. Phillips Health Center. She graduated from Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara in Mexico before completing an internship in family medicine at Damas Hospital in Puerto Rico. Her family medicine residency was completed at New York Medical College. Prior to joining the HRHCare team, she served patients at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Yonkers. Dr. Juarbe-Ramos in licensed to practice medicine in the State of New York and is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.