As the revenue cycle of the future becomes more automated, leaders need to think about balancing people, process, and technology. After all, technology is only as good as the data that’s fed into it, and the data is only as good as the people behind it. And those people will have to have a deeper knowledge base than ever before, as their work moves away from rote tasks and toward more complicated problem solving.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the healthcare innovation landscape has dramatically changed. The global crisis not only gave rise to telehealth, but it also unleashed a new era of innovation, accelerating a multitude of virtual and remote care initiatives, as well as technological solutions that are enabling new models of care. Against this backdrop, healthcare systems are reevaluating the path forward and focusing their resources to better meet the strategic objectives of...
Clinical care is undergoing transformative changes exemplified by the rapid expansion of telehealth services during the coronavirus pandemic. This HealthLeaders Roundtable discussion brought together seven physician leaders to discuss the evolving clinical care landscape.
The discussion covered a range of topics, including:
As hospitals and health systems emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, there will likely be a fundamental reexamination of care delivery and what consumers expect from the industry. Provider finance executives will be tasked with positioning their organizations for the most sustainable trajectory based on restoring diminished patient volumes and containing costs that ballooned over the past year.
Hospitals and health systems are seeing a shift in operations as we move to a post-COVID-19 world. Growth strategies are evolving, communications are becoming more consumer-centric, and the landscape of care continuum continues to change.
Executives working towards the healthcare system of the future will take learnings and innovations from the pandemic and apply them to their...
Nurses make up the largest segment of the healthcare workforce and, therefore, have the potential to drive the healthcare industry’s evolution. To meet the demands of an increasingly value-based care environment, nurses must possess a different mix of knowledge, skills, education, and competencies than they have in the past as workplaces, care settings, and care teams look different than ever before.