Providers continue to demonstrate that home-based medical care can achieve better value, but stakeholders must overcome these existing barriers.
The healthcare industry can point to many failures, including perverse incentives, siloed data, and resistance to change. But the worst malfunction of all is disregard for the consumer.
Too often, healthcare organizations identify a technology need then seek out a specific solution. Instead, take a step back and reconsider your target operating model, then build your strategy from there.
New market entrants are competing to hire experienced healthcare leaders, further drawing down the depleted talent pool. Financiers, entrepreneurs, and tech gurus are just a few of the candidates joining the ranks in the C-suite.
Prior to the global pandemic, the vast majority of executive recruiting in healthcare took place in the form of in-person, one-on-one interactions. Since COVID-19, the professional world has turned upside down, and businesses are responding with more flexibility than ever.