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What are hospitals and medical practices doing to help ease the extreme mental strain of doctors and healthcare workers? What are hospitals and medical practices doing to help solve the scourge of physician and healthcare worker burnout?  To address these questions, Medium, an online news publication, interviewed Geoffrey Roche and other hospital administrators, medical clinic executives, medical school experts, and experienced physicians to share stories and insights from their experience about “How Hospitals and Medical Practices Are Helping To Reduce Physician and Healthcare Worker Burnout”.

Roche is a member of the Population Health faculty team at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, and he serves as the Senior Vice President, National Health Care Practice for Core Education.

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A regular contributor to the national dialogue on population health and health equity topics, Roche has volunteered and has been appointed to serve on numerous local, state, and national committees and taskforces, including the Health Equity Task Force of the National Infrastructure for Mitigating the Impact of COVID-19 within Racial and Ethnic Minority Communities (NIMIC) initiative, the Pennsylvania Department of Health Office of Health Equity Advisory Committee, the Lebanon County Economic Recovery Taskforce Leadership Team, and more. His professional career has included over nine years in hospital administration where he served as a strategic advisor to the President and CEO and department director of various departments, including Business Development and Planning, Government Affairs, Community Health, and Public Relations, for Lehigh Valley Health Network.

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