5 Ways healthcare organizations can lead through change
Most healthcare organizations are managing to address the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, but it’s not been easy. Keeping everyone safe while budgets and revenue crater and costs skyrocket is an increasingly precarious balancing act. Although, a few organizations have been able to approach these challenges in a unique way. They know that simply “weathering the storm” is a short-term strategy at best, and they’re doing more than simply reacting to present circumstances. These few organizations aren’t just managing the crisis — they’re leading through it.
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- Building a more agile workforce
- Enabling a remote workforce
- Prioritizing digital transformation
- Creating a more patient-centric organization
- Aligning business initiatives and talent initiatives
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