Healthcare boards are entering 2021 with an extraordinarily full agenda, challenged by COVID-19 response and recovery, heightened focus on social justice and corporate social...
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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kaufman Hall’s Healthcare Leadership Conference (HLC) 2020 moved from its customary home at the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago to a virtual gathering.
The use of commercial cards has been growing steadily, and adoption has become widespread across healthcare and higher education institutions. Learn more.
Colleges and universities continue to face many uncertainties as they plan for the 2020-21 academic year. Read our eBook for next steps on how to prepare.
As hospitals work to understand the implications of COVID-19 on their future, a critical question is how quickly patients will return to different healthcare settings. Read more.
Higher education institutions responded to the crisis with remarkable speed and flexibility and have begun work on recovery as they plan for the coming academic year. Read more in our eBook.
The COVID-19 crisis has caused dramatic financial harm to California hospitals. Read more about the decline in discharge volumes and the net loss in revenues.
As hospital and health system leaders grapple with the immediate implications of COVID-19, they also need to determine how and when to bring back currently idled services and prepare for the “new normal” of the post-surge environment.
For hospitals and health systems, post-COVID-19 recovery, survival, and success will require a highly complex cycle. Download our eBook to learn more.
For hospitals, COVID-19 has created an unprecedented environment of financial upheaval and uncertainty. The path to recovery begins with a plan. Read our eBook for more information.
Cost containment is a short-term, tactical response to the COVID-19 pandemic. A comprehensive process for administrative redesign will be an investment that proves its worth over the long term. Download the ebook to learn more.
For years, healthcare leaders have hypothesized the changes the Millennial generation would bring to the industry—but the time for speculation is past. Read the eBook to learn more!