MTI is proud to sponsor a JHC webinar on July 14 from 2:00-3:00 PM ET as John Pritchard from JHC discusses with a panel of experts “5 ways IDNs are creating a happier, healthier, and safer workplace environment.”
The last two years have created stress, shift overload, and burnout among our nation’s healthcare workers. In this one-hour webinar, we will detail strategies that Supply Chain Leaders used in several IDNs to reduce burnout and create a more enjoyable and safe workplace environment.
Panelists for this webinar will include:
- Cheryl Saxby, AVP, Specialty Sourcing and Caregiver Engagement at Providence St. Joseph Health
- Clinton Hazziez, VP Supply Chain and Strategic Sourcing, Baylor Scott & White Health
- John Horne, Chief Strategic Sourcing Officer, Bon Secours Mercy Health
- Ed Hisscock, SVP, Supply Chain, Trinity Health
Healthcare workers are almost three times more likely to suffer from a work-related injury than construction workers. On top of that, one in five of all injuries reported in the U.S. is healthcare related.
Burnout is a real thing among healthcare workers today. MTI chairs help to ease the physical burden and stress for specialty caregivers with lower seat entry heights and programmable motorized functions. MTI has deliberately engineered its chairs to ease ergonomic strains for the caregiver by removing obstacles to patient access, thus reducing how far specialists have to lean or reach to treat patients.
With safety at the top of mind these days, MTI has engineered its exam and procedure chairs to promote safer and better outcomes for both the patient and caregiver. MTI manufactures the only ADA compliant M302 chairs on the market. The low chair entry heights make it easier for all patients to transfer into the seat which reduces the risk of falling while also reducing the likelihood of injuries to the caregiver during patient transfers. Increase safety and achieve better patient outcomes with MTI.