Healthcare Executive Research: Thriving in a Changed Healthcare Market
A Return to Transformation
For months, leaders have put aside long-term transformation initiatives in favor of short-term adjustments necessary for organizations to continue delivering care safely while stabilizing financially. Today, healthcare organizations continue to manage COVID-19 response and impact, while at the same time keeping transformation imperatives intact.
New research from Huron finds that leaders are grappling with a mix of challenges and initiatives focused on cost and care delivery. Ranked among the top trends in the next 12 months are value-based care, revenue growth and consumerism. As organizations mitigate the financial impact caused by COVID-19, leaders consider technology-enabled care as critical to strategic growth and financial stability. Investments in telehealth will continue to provide leaders with an opportunity to improve care access and increase patient volume.
Among the findings:
of leaders see managing health system capacity and cost optimization as their greatest challenge.
of leaders point to investments in digital tools as the top initiative to address their current challenges.
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