This week, the number of U.S. patients hospitalized with COVID-19 surged beyond 73,000, the highest level recorded since the start of the pandemic. Read more.
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The Fall 2020 Kaufman Hall Report features highlights from Kaufman Hall’s recent Healthcare Leadership Conference. Download the report now!
As the economic impacts of the pandemic continue to unfold, many adults will need to find work in new industries and will require new skills to do so. Read more.
Healthcare organizations have relatively little control over the external forces buffeting them. Read the 4 strategy pivots healthcare leaders can take.
Successful consumer-driven pricing strategies are predicated on understanding and meeting consumer demand—with the end goal of delivering the right care at the right place and the right price.
Average size of seller by annual revenues remains at historically high levels, at just under $400 million in Q3. Read more in our report!
Hospitals and health systems have absorbed the initial shock of the COVID-19 pandemic, yet they continue to face multiple unknowns. Learn how to build resilience.
As cash is invested, an institution incurs more risk that cash will not be available when it is needed. Read our recommendations on balancing these risks.
A critical response factor is the capacity to adapt—to manage the organization to a different place. Adaptation is not possible, however, unless a foundation is in place. Read more.
Academic medical centers (AMCs) have many unique attributes that distinguish them from other hospitals. These same attributes make them ideal partners within a strategic network that comprises community hospitals, rural hospitals, or both.
Read more on preparing for a fall "twindemic," making sense of the virtual visit plateau, and more.
PART 3 OF A SUSTAINING HIGHER ED BLOG SERIES Sustaining Higher Ed is a monthly blog dedicated to helping college administrators and board trustees lead their organizations toward...