Beyond strategic partnerships and M&A, universities and colleges must evolve their business models to protect the sector’s mission
As companies continue to bring on new employees during the pandemic, onboarding has become virtual for many. Upskilling existing employees has moved online. With this shift comes new challenges—how do you make sure trainees are spending their time productively? How do you teach them efficiently when you can’t see what they’re doing in the office and they can’t easily shadow existing employees who will show them the ropes?
COVID-19 threatens to wreak havoc on shared savings and quality improvement measures for value-based programs. Payors and providers must act together to ensure progress does not stall.
COVID-19 has forced many health systems to adopt telehealth tools. Even for systems at the forefront of telehealth experimentation, implementation and utilization was extremely uneven before the current public health crisis. Before considering scaling these nascent telehealth programs into more robust digital health offerings, leaders must evaluate how these capabilities align to long-term digital health strategy.
The COVID pandemic has had obvious impacts on consumer behavior over the past six months. But “what” specifically has changed, and “how persistent” will these changes be after the pandemic subsides?