Healthcare Innovation January 8, 2021
Jerry Penso, M.D., Industry Voice

Although 2021 may be the year we begin to control and manage COVID-19, the effects of 2020 will continue to impact care delivery for years to come 

Hazarding predictions about 2021 is almost unthinkable after the disruptive, unprecedented changes we witnessed in 2020. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the care delivery system navigated massive clinical, financial, operational, and leadership challenges, and many physician groups and health systems were (and still are in many part so the country) stressed to their limits to continue to provide ongoing patient care. Yet in talking to leaders of our member medical groups around the country, I heard many look toward the future. So with large amount of modesty and humility, here are some predictions.


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