Insights from Kenneth Kaufman
A very interesting short article recently appeared in The New York Times that explored the COVID phenomenon of “languishing.” The author defines languishing as “the collective fog we...
The Changing Business Principles of American Healthcare
For a very long time, hospitals have been organized around three principles that inform the way they run their organizations, and how they conduct themselves in the management suite and the board room.
Board Dialogue: Podcast with Ken Kaufman - Episode 2: Post-Pandemic Preparedness
On this episode Michael Peregrine and Ken Kaufman discuss a number of important post-pandemic developments for the board to consider.
Healthcare Costs Post-Pandemic: A Different Perspective
For many hospitals and health systems around the country, COVID-19 threatens to create long-term negative changes to volumes, revenues, and margins on top of the pressures that weighed on hospitals even before the pandemic.
In the roughly 12 months since the COVID-19 pandemic emerged, America’s hospitals have borne a huge amount of the pressure and accountability for managing the effects of an unknown and unpredictable virus, and more recently for the complex process of disseminating vaccines.