Leaders at Oliver Wyman’s health care consultancy have been busy studying what health care will look like in 2035 and reimagining what the field may look like roughly a decade from now.
Many health care providers could face an uncertain future if they refuse to transform themselves. Digital innovators can offer hospitals and health systems technology and insights to help solve their most challenging problems.
AHA Market Scan special report explores which companies aim to deliver transformational change in 2024.
Health care technology expert Geeta Nayyar, M.D., examines how rural hospitals and health systems can best leverage digital health partnerships.
Momentum has been building for deploying generative artificial intelligence (AI) to drive administrative efficiency, reduce clinical documentation burdens and to hyperpersonalize the patient care experience.
In a recent report, “Transforming Health Care Delivery Through Virtual Care,” Atrium Health leaders detail how they’ve developed more than 30 virtual programs that streamline access to care, reduce wait times and improve the patient experience.
Hospitals and health systems across the nation are engaging in diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts. Workforce diversity is a vital component of these efforts.
Burnout rates among physicians and nurses are declining slightly, but they remain above pre-pandemic levels, with staffing shortages emerging as a top contributing factor.
Under a five-year, $17 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health, the Center for Accelerating Practices to End Suicide through Technology Translation (CAPES) initially will focus on four technology projects.
America’s employers will evaluate their health plans, partnerships and vendors more closely this year as they try to create value, achieve higher quality and procure cost-effective services.