The AHA today released its 2023 Environmental Scan, which provides key data and insights on the current health care landscape and can help organizations explore the pandemic’s ramifications on the health care field for the upcoming year and beyond.  
“The Environmental Scan helps tell the story of hospitals and health systems,” said AHA President and CEO Rick Pollack. “It allows us to analyze the past, consider the present, and most importantly, imagine our opportunities for the future.” 
The 2023 Environmental Scan covers a variety of topics, including: 

  • The state of hospital and health system financial stability; 
  • Workforce shortages, resiliency and technology solutions; 
  • The behavioral health crisis and the use of telehealth; and 
  • Consumer trends and patient engagement.

The 2023 Environmental Scan is sponsored by B.E. Smith, an AMN Healthcare company. 
Visit AHA’s website to access the Environmental Scan.

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