Public and private institutions can play a role in marrying socioeconomic and mental health needs.
Insights on Healthcare Systems & Services
Recent COVID-19 trends suggest demand for care in the coming months may be higher and more widespread than at any point in the pandemic, while providers are also facing intensified capacity, supply, and workforce challenges.
Our November 23 update takes on the questions raised by recent news: When will vaccines be available? And is the end of COVID-19 nearer?
Holistic healthcare, virtual care, and the integration of mental-health care and primary care are among the trends the COVID-19 crisis moved ahead of schedule. Annie Lamont is keeping tabs on them all.
Almost 41 percent of Americans struggle with mental-health issues stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, but many companies remain ill equipped to address the problem.
The COVID-19 pandemic led to public-private partnerships that reflect the evolving nature of healthcare.
Although customer experience measures have been a component of Stars ratings for years, health plans have not been as successful in improving their customer experience compared to other industries.
Protecting lives and livelihoods and ensuring stability remain the two main objectives for a large healthcare provider.
As the United States rebuilds its economy in the wake of the pandemic, investing in health can lead the way.
COVID-19 has caused the deferral of millions of elective procedures, resulting in a potential backlog of case volume.