Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19)

COVID-19 Podcasts Members Only: Safety and the Road to COVID-19 Recovery: The Role of the Board Governance expert Jamie Orlikoff and James Reinertsen, M.D., present a brief, on-demand podcast outlining issues and actions that health care boards should consider as their organizations resume non-…
Facing a new reality, health care providers will need to make major changes in care models, cost structure and the use of digital technology to recover.
With the future anything but clear, strategic thinkers, consultants and tech gurus have begun to reimagine the field’s future and what opportunities lie ahead.
COVID-19 has made it clear that addressing health equity is necessary to improve health and save lives, and hospital and health system trustees need to lead and collaborate in these efforts.
Though hospital and health system boards have always evaluated many factors when selecting a new executive leader, the coronavirus experience calls for considering other important elements.
Health care boards can play a pivotal role to ensure their patients, employees and communities receive needed resources to heal, restore and rebuild for a better and healthier future.
Working together, hospital and health system boards and executive teams should examine the pandemic’s implications for their organizations, to set strategic direction and better serve patients and communities.
To address gaps in care, hospitals and health systems are analyzing and sharing data and deploying outreach and resources through cross-sector partnerships.