As hospitals and health systems continue to treat COVID-19 patients and manage the impacts of the pandemic on their workforce and broader organizations, they also can push forward strategic imperatives that will ensure a health care delivery system prepared to meet future challenges, writes Lindsey Dunn Burgstahler, vice president, programming and intelligence, for the AHA Center for Health innovation. She describes how the AHA Next Generation Leaders Fellowship is bringing together today’s and tomorrow’s leaders to ensure success in this new environment. Read more.   

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