Healthcare is in a constant state of rapid change. Leaders face immense financial pressures, frequent regulatory shifts and unprecedented disruption from the coronavirus pandemic. All of this impacts healthcare’s most important asset — its people.
Research from Huron shows that healthcare leaders are struggling to recruit, retain and promote the top talent they need to move their organizations forward.
of leaders name physician and leader alignment as their top investment priority.
of leaders will prioritize investments in data structures for better decision making.
of leaders list data as a business concern.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, healthcare organizations were investing in the development and well-being of physicians and staff. Challenges from COVID-19 have redirected funding to pandemic response as leaders focus on regaining financial stability. As organizations launch initiatives to recover and reposition following the crisis, ensuring the right talent is in place and investing in people still has the potential to yield big returns long term. What healthcare organizations need most are change-ready leaders who can stabilize their businesses today while laying the foundation for a better tomorrow.
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