David Weldon is a contributing writer for HealthLeaders.
Healthcare organizations are finding innovative ways to run operations, manage the workforce, and serve patients.
Federal assistance from the CARES Act is exhausted, forcing many organizations to seek emergency help from FEMA.
Many healthcare organizations don't achieve the full benefits possible from their technology investments.
Streamlining and crisis-proofing operations can help hospitals and health systems put the pandemic's impact behind them.
Hospitals must weigh several factors, including staff needs and overall risk appetite.
The cost of investing in tech solutions isn't cheap, but the returns can be significant.
Hospitals must think outside the box if they hope to survive the challenges caused by labor shortages, rising payroll costs, and supply chain disruptions.
Hospitals are increasing salaries to maintain their workforce but paying for it means making other cuts or finding creative new revenue streams.
A new study finds that the pandemic has given healthcare finance execs confidence their organizations have the agility to meet unforeseen challenges.
David Cauble reflects on his journey as a long-time healthcare CFO to becoming the new CEO at Sky Lakes Medical Center, and how other CFOs can make a leadership transition.