Healthcare has an incredible opportunity to “double down” on digital to achieve the universal mission to improve patient care and outcomes. Leaders who develop the organizational structures to optimize the opportunities will likely find themselves at a competitive advantage.
Winning back talent is becoming the fight of our lives.
While women were more likely to consider seeking mental health support during the pandemic, men were more prone to getting care.
The growth of digital health has also changed risk exposure for providers and technology companies. Stakeholders need to think broadly about the implications for their businesses and patients.
If the healthcare industry is going to move the needle on cybersecurity, leaders must begin to treat digital assets as they would patients.
Tighter controls, closer collaboration with suppliers, and listening to patients can sustain the boom in virtual health visits.
With the pandemic accelerating transformation, AMC strategies must reimagine their operations to deliver new value.
Why Organizational Structures Will Experience an Overhaul
Flexible staffing models, broad leadership skill sets, non-traditional collaboration, and more will help organizations thrive post-pandemic.
Livongo and Singularity University Predict What May Scale Next
Technology presents an opportunity to redefine a care delivery model that's more continuous, more personalized, and more human.
The center of care delivery is shifting from physician offices to new digital and home hubs, and healthcare's future has great potential.