Modern Healthcare August 1, 2020
It’s almost paradoxical that healthcare has been one of the hardest hit industries within the U.S. during the global COVID-19 pandemic. Unanticipated impacts on patient care and medical practice operations will be felt for years to come.
From the delay of preventive care and non-emergency procedures and surgeries to the rapid adoption of telehealth to volatile patient volumes, we know that how we engage and compensate healthcare providers will continue to shift, but leading with a strategy of hoping we will return to the healthcare industry that we once knew will fail.
The near future remains vague. However, we know that we need more healthcare providers—and not just because of COVID-19. Our nation is facing a demographic shift to a...