For coronavirus patients, and all patients, being without a bed means being without a place to go.
Some of the best COVID-19 solutions to support Special Populations require unconventional methods.
Strategies and tactics to help hospitals and health systems prepare their operations and clinical teams for a fast-evolving emergency situation.
We must focus on diligence and safety, and balance that with maintaining as much normalcy as possible.
Urgent considerations on the intersection of traditional telehealth and the rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic.
The must-do surge planning for hospital and health system providers to lead their organizations successfully through COVID-19.
Cost as an Investment (Not an Inconvenience)
But it's always been done this way. Until now.
Fourteen percent of physicians offer virtual visits. But a new CMS rule may make telehealth more commonplace.
Three ways artificial intelligence is transforming provider productivity.
As featured in this year's Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Journal, we examine the emerging sparks beginning to define the dimensions of a new healthcare industry.