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With a view of the Chicago skyline from our boardroom roundtable, HealthLeaders asked health plan executives from four very different organizations about the state of play of a rapidly expanding healthcare tool: platforms. And we got our answer.

From the importance of composability to buy-versus-build decision paths, a common takeaway emerged: the importance of well-executed, nuanced strategies that allow payers to take full advantage of healthcare disruption.
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Staffing challenges continue to overwhelm healthcare systems and hospitals, particularly in the wake of COVID-19. Finding innovative ways to relieve this growing clinical workload while maintaining a safe, quality patient experience is a key leadership goal.

During this panel, healthcare provider leaders joined Ed Motherway, president of CareScout, to discuss the challenges of resource management and how organizations are innovating to alleviate burnout and ongoing
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While women make up 80% of the healthcare workforce, a recent study conducted by JAMA Network Open* found that only 15.3% of CEOs in health systems are women. Additionally, only 17.5% of board of director chairpersons are women.

Unfortunately, this disparity is seen across upper leadership in hospitals and health systems, even with the increased integration of diversity, equity,...

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Healthcare organizations have faced a sharp increase in employee stress, depression, and burnout over the past few years, caused in no small part by the pandemic. It’s an issue that not only threatens morale and productivity, but puts doctors and nurses in peril and negatively affects clinical outcomes. To address this challenge, hospitals are turning to digital health platforms to expand access to resources, deliver personalized treatments, and promote health and wellness....

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Vaccinations have become a hot-button issue during the coronavirus pandemic. There have been recent developments in vaccination for hepatitis B, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines recommending hepatitis B vaccination for all adults between the ages of 19 to 59 years old. And, there is a two-dose hepatitis B vaccine as an alternative to the three-dose option that may improve adherence.

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There is a lot of buzz around data and artificial intelligence. But how are healthcare organizations using both to transform healthcare for patients and to guide the organization’s business strategy and growth? What investments are they making to implement capabilities?

This HealthLeaders roundtable focuses on how health systems and hospitals are taking actionable steps to harness...

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