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The blog for global health care leaders
Alexander Polyak September 24, 2020
As the possibility of an autumn surge of Covid-19 cases looms large, so does the continued need to ensure adequate personal protective equipment (PPE). But if there's one lesson workforce leaders have learned about PPE, it's that simply procuring enough PPE doesn't make staff feel safe—you also have to communicate how you're keeping them safe.
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Paul Trigonoplos September 17, 2020
If long wait lists were a problem before Covid-19, then they've become a full-blown disaster amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
by Asya Igmen September 3, 2020
In June, we surveyed 1,000 Australians to understand how health care consumer preferences have changed since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.
by Rebecca Soistmann and Paul Trigonoplos August 27, 2020
Last year, the Ontario Ministry of Health passed legislation calling on all providers to form integrated health systems—called Ontario Health Teams (OHTs)—to provide defined populations with health and social care under a single funding envelope.
by Maggie Vanschaayk and Rachel Zuckerman August 20, 2020
This is the third instalment in our 'Global perspectives on racism in health care' series. Read the first instalment here and second instalment here.
by Rachel Zuckerman August 6, 2020
Organisations with robust population health management (PHM) capabilities handled the initial Covid-19 outbreak more efficiently than those without such capabilities—and they're better positioned to contain future outbreaks and build resilience for a post-pandemic world, our research shows.
Vidal Seegobin July 30, 2020
The majority of my conversations with health care chief executives over the last two months have gravitated to one common theme: 'In the early stages of the pandemic, we developed new solutions to key problems like bed capacity, staff flexibility and cross-continuum partnership. I want to hold onto those improvements. I want to accelerate them. I don't want us to go backwards.'
Vidal Seegobin July 2, 2020
One of the unintended positive consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic is that it has brought a shared purpose to organisations both inside and outside of health care: to successfully mitigate the impacts of the novel coronavirus.
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