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According to an analysis from McKinsey & Company and LeanIn.Org released in August, women only make up 30% of the healthcare C-suite, while accounting for 66% of entry-level healthcare roles. To break through the glass ceiling to the C-suite, women must support each other.

Leaders in the C-suite should sponsor and mentor those serving below them. Women looking to advance their careers should focus on building rapport and accept appropriate opportunities. And organizations should assist women in their workforce with disproportionate load through...

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COVID-19 has reshaped healthcare on several fronts—either promoting new care models or accelerating adoption of innovations. Prior to the pandemic, telehealth visits were relatively limited, and physicians were hesitant to adopt telemedicine in their practices. However, once the pandemic hit and both physicians and patients were concerned about the spread of the novel coronavirus in healthcare settings, telemedicine adoption accelerated to unprecedented levels. ...

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The COVID-19 pandemic has created obstacles that have shifted the industry’s focus to what a better healthcare system could look like and what leaders should resolve to do differently. For healthcare organizations, finding solutions for margin pressures and declining reimbursement means keeping a careful eye on the short term while planning for the future and seeking sources of capital for growth.

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Innovation is paving the way for hospitals and healthcare systems to move into the future and truly change healthcare delivery. In his keynote address, John Halamka, MD, president of the Mayo Clinic Platform, discussed how platforms provide a foundation for the future of healthcare.

While solutions featuring artificial intelligence, robotic process automation, and natural language...

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