Trusted advisors share their perspective on what will never be the same again in healthcare. Many healthcare leaders shared this.
1. DAY-TO-DAY HOSPITAL OPERATIONS WILL NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN IN HEALTHCARE.
From social distancing guidelines to how we greet one another, the way we manage the day-to-day operations of healthcare will never be the same. Small conference rooms will make people uncomfortable; handshakes will be frowned upon and face- to-face meetings will be replaced by Zoom and GOTOMEETING. Losing the human connection will be a concern that everyone will think about … but I am confident that new ways of communication and operations will evolve to ensure that the human contact is not lost.
Beverly Bokovitz, DNP, RN, NEA-BC
Vice President & Chief Nurse Executive
2.THE STATUS QUO WILL NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN IN HEALTHCARE.
Executives are likely to encourage employees working from home. Significant savings can be realized by eliminating expensive commercial space and allowing employees to work remotely. Remote workers are happier and more engaged without brutal commutes. As appropriate, employees can now watch over their young children, take care of older or sick family members, attend important events, and enjoy a higher quality of life. It will be hard to bring everyone back from home once they have demonstrated improved productivity, wellness, happiness, and its ultimate impact on the bottom line.
VP Change Leadership, IT
Los Angeles, CA
3.PROCESSES WILL NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN IN HEALTHCARE.
Hospital operations will never rely so heavily on human processes again in the future. The days of relying on huge teams of humans to accomplish routine mission-critical process are over. Health systems will hire AI workers to take on critical “keep the lights on” processes and shift their human workforce to focus on quality of care delivery.
4.DAY-TO-DAY HOSPITAL OPERATIONS WILL NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN IN HEALTHCARE.
9.TELEHEALTH WILL NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN IN HEALTHCARE.
Telehealth’s rapid scale up has been critical in the public health response to COVID-19. Now, telehealth has reached its tipping point, with consumers unlikely to revert to the previous reality once we are beyond the pandemic. Looking post-pandemic, telehealth will be critical to addressing access to care issues and helping mitigate the clinician shortage. For the former, providers must figure out sustainable pricing models that hold clinicians and patients accountable. For the latter, they will need to determine which clinicians should deliver what types of care services via telehealth and which ones should be elevated to higher levels of practice elsewhere on the continuum.
Partner and National Leader
BDO Center for Healthcare Excellence & Innovation
Orange County, CA
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