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[Webinar - OnDemand] Four Counterintuitive Strategies for Increasing Elective Surgeries

(Trilliant Health)

You've already thrown out your expected revenue numbers for 2020, but it's the back half of the year that will determine whether you rebound or collapse. There's no going back to 2019 – the health systems that ignore the winds of change do so at their peril.

What separates the innovators who can serve their patients well in the new healthcare ecosystem from the pack?

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[Blog]  Trust, Transparency and Timeliness: Keys to Communications Positioning during a Crisis

(SHSMD, June 16, 2020)

Frank Lococo, vice president of marketing and communications at Nebraska Medicine, the primary hospital network affiliated with the University of Nebraska Medical Center, shared his insights in a SHSMD podcast on successful communications during COVID-19 and how Nebraska Medicine acted as a trusted information source. 

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The Check Up

[Video]  The Check Up: Barry Ostrowsky of RWJBarnabas Health

(Modern Healthcare, June 15, 2020)

Taking over as CEO of a health system’s flagship hospital is difficult under any circumstances, let alone during a pandemic. But that's just what Peter Powers did when he became the head of Memorial Regional Hospital, a 797-bed facility in Hollywood, Fla. On the job since late March, Powers is guiding the hospital as it brings back non-COVID cases and the state’s economy reopens.

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[Podcast]  We Need Primary Care More Than Ever to Fight COVID-19

(The Commonwealth Fund, June 12, 2020)

Key Takeaway: On this episode of The Dose podcast, health policy expert Farzad Mostashari, M.D., who advises and supports hundreds of primary care practices across the country, explains what it will take to ensure doctors can continue caring for Americans throughout the pandemic.

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[Article]  The Future of Virtual Health

(Deloitte, April 30, 2020)

By the year 2040, empowered consumers, radically interoperable data, and scientific and technological advances will transform the health care system we know today. Virtual health is a key component of our future of health vision. Virtual health has the capacity to inform, personalize, accelerate, and augment prevention and care.

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