Healthcare in the United States is in flux. As health systems are transitioning from fee-to-service to value-based care, organizations face 2 critical challenges as they adapt to the new healthcare landscape: deciding how to change and then effectively implementing that change.
In this unpredictable climate, leadership development is no longer a “nice to have.” Leading an organization through change is famously difficult. But it can be done. It is critical, therefore, that healthcare organizations invest in leadership development focused on the specific challenges that the U.S. health system faces.
To be successful, health systems must view leadership as a result of collaborative behaviors at all levels, both inside their organization and throughout their communities, whether it’s a single clinic, a hospital or health system, or a community network of providers, employers, patients, and other stakeholders.
In this paper, you’ll discover the 3 key transformational changes that are essential for healthcare service organizations to embrace as we move into 2020 and beyond. Cultures are changing and adapting, paying more attention to multi-disciplinary collaborations, community partnerships, and the delivery of equitable care. With a collaborative mindset and effective leadership capabilities, organizations can create the new systems they’ll need to thrive in the coming decades.
You can also learn more by watching our webinar on the ways healthcare industry disruption affects your talent strategy.