Dr. Jan Berger is a tri-sector healthcare executive with a background in public, private and government sectors. In 2009, she helped found Health Intelligence Partners, a global healthcare consultancy. Below, Dr. Berger shares her thoughts on how healthcare will change after COVID-19.
Chris LaVictoire Mahai, president of Aveus, a division of Medecision, shares six essential practices for improving the patient experience emerging from our shared COVID-19 lessons learned.
People are craving a return to “normal,” but no one quite knows what “normal” is anymore. Dr. Richard Popiel, Medecision Advisory Board chair and a senior adviser with McKinsey & Company, shares how he thinks the United States will change after COVID-19.
Healthcare providers across the nation have shifted gears and switched to telehealth—and so have care and case managers. Aerial helps care and case managers virtually connect with members to manage health, reduce costs, drive efficiency and improve the experience of patients and their caregivers.
How will the COVID-19 pandemic affect healthcare’s shift to value-based care payment models? Tamara Cull, DHA, Senior Vice President of Portfolio Management, shares her thoughts.
As chief executive officer for Rackspace, Kevin Jones is responsible for the company’s global strategy and operations—spanning the U.S. and three other continents where Rackspace maintains offices and data centers. Kevin explains how Rackspace, a managed cloud computing company with 6,500 employees and 145,000 customers, continued operations in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and…
Healthcare heroes across the country are teaming up and going beyond the call of duty to provide empathetic, high-quality care during a time of great need.
Dr. Terry McInnis, a board-certified physician in preventive medicine and president of Blue Thorn Inc., shares what the healthcare industry knows and is continuing to learn about the novel coronavirus, plus how she thinks the COVID-19 pandemic will change healthcare as we know it.
The coronavirus has affected more than just our physical well-being—it’s also affecting mental health, as many people grapple with the unknowns surrounding the virus.
Gyms and community rec centers are closed, but that doesn’t mean you have to let exercise and physical activity fall by the wayside. You can still stay active at home.