What's Happening

Register for the 21st Annual Dinner

Join us for the 21st Annual Kenneth B. Schwartz Compassionate Healthcare Dinner on Nov. 15 in Boston. The dinner convenes 2,000 leaders from hospitals, health plans and health-related associations. We will also honor our 2016 NCCY Award finalists and announce the recipient of the award. Register today!

Inaugural Compassion in Action Conference

Roll up your sleeves and join us for our inaugural Compassion in Action Healthcare Conference in Boston, MA, on June 25-27, 2017. We’ll feature world-renowned experts, experiential learning and interactive sessions to help you create a culture of compassion in your organization.

Making Compassionate Healthcare a National Priority

Clinician burnout has reached epidemic levels, threatening a strong caregiver-patient relationship defined by trust, mutual respect and compassion. In a Health Affairs Blog post, we call on stakeholders to prioritize solutions that enable the kind of care that both clinicians and patients desire and deserve.

Schwartz Rounds & Membership

More than 425 healthcare organizations are Schwartz Center healthcare members and conduct Schwartz Rounds™ to bring doctors, nurses and other caregivers together to discuss the human side of healthcare. Join today!

Compassion in Practice Continuing Education

Compassionate, collaborative care (the “Triple C”) is an innovative framework that can improve quality, enrich the patient and family experience and support clinician well-being. The Triple C characterizes high quality organizations and can be taught and integrated into daily practice while also acting as an antidote to clinician burnout. Our groundbreaking, interprofessional Harvard Medical School continuing education course is designed to enhance communication skills, optimize professional relationships and our ability to work in teams, while improving efficiency and enjoyment of clinical practice.

Building Compassion into the Bottom Line

Modern Healthcare published our op-ed on building a strong culture of compassion to improve quality and the bottom line. The op-ed is based on our white paper on the topic.