The COVID-19 pandemic spurred a new era of transformation and uncertainty in the healthcare industry, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing anytime soon. Healthcare organizations continue to face new challenges – ranging from ongoing labor shortages to a recent downturn in digital health funding – as we move into the second half of 2022.
Now, as we continue to tread the waters of the “Great Resignation” and face impactful shifts in the economy and consumer behavior, the businesses that prepare, pivot, and seamlessly adapt will rise to the top.
In this month’s healthcare news roundup, we cover the ongoing workforce struggles, the impending recession, and how to address both. Plus, we unpack where investors are putting their money in the digital health space as well as the continued digital transformation in the healthcare industry as discussed at HIMSS22 Europe.
In light of the newly termed “Great Resignation”, hospitals and health systems are experiencing great challenges in recruiting needed staff. In this recap of HealthLeaders Media’s “Healthcare Workforce of the Future” roundtable event, marketing executives share the creative strategies they have implemented to keep up with recent employee turnover.
We’re sure you’ve heard the news by now: the U.S. is headed toward a recession, and now is the time to prepare. Campaign US covers what we know now, what we should expect, and strategies for marketers as they begin to plan for the future.
After reaching new heights in 2021, digital health funding has taken a fall. A slow first half of 2022 has left many wondering where investors are putting their money. Fierce Healthcare shares the answers as well as their predictions for M&A moving forward.
Healthcare IT News
It’s no secret that the healthcare industry is undergoing a monumental digital transformation in in the wake of the pandemic. But what outcomes should we be striving for? And how can we measure success throughout the journey? Healthcare IT News unpacks the path to digital maturity as discussed at HIMSS Europe 2022.