AHA April 7, 2021

The National Academy of Medicine today released a discussion paper examining the experiences of hospitals and health systems during the COVID-19 pandemic, and opportunities to leverage the lessons of COVID-19 to support performance improvements to the sector more broadly.

Leaders from the AHA, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Virginia Mason Health System, HCA Healthcare and America’s Essential Hospitals co-authored the paper, the second in a NAM nine-part series on “Emerging Stronger after COVID-19: Priorities for Health System Transformation.”

“Although the public health emergency remains ongoing, this review of the experience and evidence to date is applicable for both navigating the next phase for the pandemic and...

 
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