The increasing population of older adults and longer lifespans presents unique challenges to healthcare systems. Learn about meeting these demands while taking advantage of changing trends in this edition of "Office Hours" by Jerome Pagani, PhD.
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The U.S. mental health crisis is exacerbated by disparities in access to care. Technology-driven solutions can reshape the future of mental health care.
The healthcare industry is approaching a period of unprecedented technological change. Advancements such as machine learning, sensor technology, and telehealth have already changed how we think about and deliver care, read more in the latest edition of Office Hours with Jerome Pagani, PhD.
In the latest edition of Office Hours, Jerome Pagani, PhD shares that health systems need to think holistically about their role in the health ecosystem, how to attract and retain patients, and how to align cost and quality that matches the increasingly empowered health consumer.
Care delivery models must adapt to the pressures that have created a feed-forward loop of bad staffing ratios and heavy workloads, resulting in historic workforce exit rates, according to Dr. Pagani.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to reshape the healthcare industry, particularly in back-office operations, but the humans involved need to be prioritized.
Technology has revolutionized many aspects of our life, including how care is delivered and received by patients. In this blog, Dr. Jerome Pagani dives into what technology can do to support women on their healthcare journey, as well as the desperate need for a more holistic approach to their care.
In the latest blog by Dr. Jerome Pagani, he discusses the importance of data equity and social determinants of health in achieving true health equity
Dr. Jerome Pagani lays out the elements of platform solutions and their core focus on supporting the delivery of healthcare goods and services.
Dr. Jerome Pagani breaks down three areas health systems can address to thrive in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
External pressures continue to compound upon healthcare systems, making this year the most challenging for hospitals since the start of the pandemic.
Health systems are feeling the squeeze from all sides. Many are still reeling from the revenue losses incurred during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.