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Oct 31, 2022
Hospitals and health systems rapidly expanded the use of digital technology as the pandemic rolled on in 2021. Telehealth visits, including phone and video consultations, soared as millions of patients opted for virtual care. Remote patient monitoring also grew sharply as provider organizations worked to deliver more personalized, connected care. These and other expanded uses of digital solutions are expected to continue once the pandemic subsides. Use the information in this report as you prepare for engaging hospitals and health systems.
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Oct 31, 2022
With another year of pandemic experience behind them, hospitals and health systems are innovating as never before. The demonstrated ability of care providers to consider new ideas, try new methods and remain nimble bodes well for the near and long term as business models continue to undergo rapid change. At the same time, the field continues to suffer financially — from rising costs, workforce fatigue and turnover.
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Feb 9, 2022
Health care providers face a reality that was unimaginable a couple of years ago. Service lines continue to be interrupted by COVID-19, with no end in sight. These and other trends have sped up health care transformation. And while the future appears anything but clear, thought leaders have issued a slew of predictions and analyses about what executives should be taking away from the current trends.
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Dec 23, 2020
This is exclusive Insider content for AHA Associate Program Organizations. Thought leadership materials about workforce, cybersecurity, rural health.
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Oct 16, 2020
America’s hospitals and health systems have waged a heroic battle against COVID-19, which has taxed organizational capacity and caused critical shortages of personal protective equipment, ventilators and other resources. The hospital field has maintained focus on providing critical, safe and compassionate care to our communities, while facing critical financial challenges.
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Sep 22, 2020
The conference convened the field’s leading thinkers, strategists and doers — including innovators who are shifting traditional business models in this dramatically different environment. Read on for a summary of key insights from some of these prestigious presenters.
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Apr 21, 2020
While there are significant benefits for care delivery and organizational efficiency from the expanded use of networked technology, internet-enabled medical devices and electronic databases for clinical, financial and administrative operations, networked technology and greater connectivity also increase exposure to possible cybersecurity threats that require hospitals to evaluate and manage new risks in the context of federal privacy rules and related polices.
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Mar 10, 2020
Many hospitals and health systems increasingly are considering new technologies powered by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). Many opportunities are emerging for artificial intelligence to transform how care is delivered
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Feb 12, 2020
Recent years have seen significant growth in the use of telehealth, to the point where more than half of U.S. hospitals connect with patients and consulting practitioners through the use of video and other technology.