It is Time to Address Burnout - the Imminent Threat Against Healthcare 

  • 96% of executives, clinical leaders, and clinicians agree that burnout is a significant problem.

  • In 2017, CEOs from 10 major healthcare organizations have issued a call to action supporting healthcare professional well-being.

  • In 2017, The National Academy of Medicine has launched a major Action Coalition addressing healthcare professional well-being.

  • 38% of physicians say that they are going to cut back, switch to concierge medicine, or leave medicine altogether.

Focusing on the Symptoms of Burnout is No Longer Enough

Healthcare professionals want to experience the joy of medicine as they deliver great care. But, joy cannot be restored through programs and policies alone. Empowered generosity enables us to make real change because it fuels the individual, inspires the team, and transforms the organization. The only way to make lasting change is to restore the right mindset, then engage in the work, invest in others, and reconstruct a better environment. How do we do that? By starting with the Thriver's Mindset.

Dr. Dan has a passion to inspire people to make a difference. In 2014 he was a recipient of the President's Volunteer Service Award
from President Obama.



Are you a healthcare professional struggling with burnout as your try to keep your passion for medicine alive? Are you trying to figure out how to thrive in our rapidly changing world of dwindling time, inefficient EMRs, and increasing government regulations? Does it feel like expectations are mounting and resources are dwindling? Dr. Diamond’s years of disaster experience can help you not only weather the storm, but come out ahead. Learn more...



When times get tough and resources get scarce, many people adopt the midst of a defeated victim. That victim mentality is crippling and contagious. Dr. Diamond helps corporations strengthen the junctions between individuals and teams to break through barriers when engagement is needed the most. Learn more...



Dr. Diamond’s front line stories people making a difference during some of the greatest disasters of our times will engage and motivate your workers and supporters to go beyond their comfort zone and make a lasting difference when times are tough. Learn more...



Discover the reason why Dan Diamond, MD helps organizations improve engagement and equip their people to perform in times of rapid change.

I have a passion for equipping healthcare people with the tools they need to make a difference when times are tough.
— Dan Diamond, MD

Dr. Dan Diamond came back from the trenches of Katrina with a burning question: “How is it that some people become unstoppable?” What he has discovered drives motivation, increases engagement and empowers corporations from the inside out.

Dr. Diamond has a passion for equipping people to perform under pressure. He founded and serves as the Director of the Nation’s first state-affiliated medical disaster response team and he has responded to a variety of international disasters. Most recently he responded to the typhoon in the Philippines and he served as the Medical Director for Medical Teams International’s First Response Team to Haiti. Following Hurricane Katrina, he played a strategic role as Director of the Mass Casualty Triage Unit at the New Orleans Convention Center.

The American Academy of Family Physicians awarded Dr. Diamond the degree of Fellow and he is Board Certified with the American Board of Family Physicians. He has been interviewed on CNN, Larry King Live and Anderson Cooper. He is a member of the National Speakers Association and the Past-President of NSA Northwest.

As an experienced family physician and an award-winning educator, Dr. Diamond delivers practical information with creativity and skill. Participants experience learning through a variety of effective strategies that foster rapid mastery of new information. Well known for creating an exciting learning environment, Dr. Diamond engages the mind of the learner leaving participants with an experience and information they will never forget.

After earning his medical degree from University of Washington, Dr. Diamond completed his residency in Family Medicine in Milwaukee, WI.

He is a member of the Editorial Board for the Primary Care Companion to the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. Dr. Diamond is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine. He is a practicing physician at Harrison Urgent Care Clinics.

In 2010, the American Red Cross gave him the “Real Hero” award and he also received the Washington Sate Governor’s Award of Excellence for his work in Haiti. In 2014, Dr. Diamond received the President's Volunteer Service Award from President Obama and he also received the Quality of Care Lifetime Achievement Award, Healthcare Heroes.

Dr. Diamond and his wife Debbie enjoy their three children: Paul, Josh and Sarah. The Diamond family is big on traditions, humor and love.




The Mission:

Our mission is to equip people to thrive when times are tough. We believe in empowering and inspiring people to make a difference and discover significance. Only in giving life away does one actually find it.

The Commitment:

We are committed to excellence. We invest in researching and diagnosing the issues before designing customized solutions to meet the needs of our clients. Our goal is to exceed expectations and deliver a lasting impact.

The Promise:

Integrity is a value we hold highly. If you are not delighted with our efforts, please let us know. We will do our very best to make it right. Most importantly, we only ask our clients to compensate us for the value we provide.