Three leadership capabilities consistently rise to the top when Andy Shin, chief operating officer for the AHA’s Center for Health Innovation, interviews hospital and health system leaders navigating the pandemic.

“These capabilities can serve as our North Star as we look to rebuild and reimagine our health care system after COVID-19,” Shin writes.

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