Employee and clinician experiences can impact care delivery, brand perception, and corporate performance. HR plays a pivotal role in transformation by making it easier to attract, hire, manage, develop, and retain the best talent to serve patients and the community. And these processes have been strained as a result of COVID-19.
COVID-19 has transformed telehealth from a point of convenience to a tool of necessity. During this webinar, industry experts will discuss how hospital technology networks are coping and their predictions for the future, including insights from NewYork-Presbyterian and Quil.
Experts and politicians have the incredible task at-hand to figure out how to safely and efficiently open businesses and restart the economy across the country. While different philosophies and different political affiliations may disagree on the exact course, there is fierce agreement that expanding testing capabilities is a key component of any solution.
Utilizing deep, sophisticated data, we will explore what changed for emergency medicine and urgent care practices and operations during COVID-19, predict what leaders can expect in terms of recovery in volume and discuss how to evolve and adapt for the rest of 2020 and into 2021.
Our industry is grappling with what is becoming one of the biggest crises of our time. Healthcare organizations are rapidly transforming their operations to overcome obstacles presented by the COVID-19 pandemic and finding innovative ways to fight the virus. During this webinar, we’ll offer best practices for the use of technology in this critical mission.
Modern Healthcare's editorial team will host a webinar May 19 to discuss how virtual care, artificial intelligence and other innovative approaches are helping care for patients and improving hospital and health systems' operations as both navigate the COVID-19 crisis. Join technology reporter Jessica Cohen and our panel of health system executives who will offer insights from the organizations who displayed ingenuity in the face of adversity.
Modern Healthcare's editorial team will host a webinar April 2 to discuss lessons and strategies for leading through the COVID-19 crisis. Join population health reporter Steven Johnson and our panel of health system executives who will offer insights from the frontlines of the fight against this pandemic.
In this webinar, Hospital Medicine experts will explore the evolution of the practice to date, current obstacles and opportunities in the field, and strategies you can use to become a five-star program in the next generation of inpatient care.
A number of leading health systems are investing in large-scale genetic screening programs, betting on the potential of genomics to improve community health by identifying millions of individuals who are at a higher risk of developing actionable genetic conditions. This webinar will discuss the benefits and challenges of such projects.
Leading healthcare organizations in the early stages of digital transformation have changed the way work is done. Ninety-two percent (92%) of leaders and other professionals believe future technologies will continue to transform how clinicians and staff serve their communities, according to a national survey conducted by The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated.
In healthcare, constant change is the new normal. From industry consolidation, new innovations in treatment to regulatory changes, you have to be prepared to embrace the changes and make tough decisions. Change can be traumatic to an organization and just like a patient, the underlying health of the organization will determine how quickly the organization will adapt. This webinar will provide strategies and best practices to improve the health of your organization based on the leadership principles of Jack Welch, named "The CEO of CEOs" by Forbes.