How will healthcare executives lead in the future? That’s the central question behind this new series, “Healthcare 2030.” As a longtime partner with HFMA, Bank of America is proud to be a sponsor of this forward-looking thought leadership, which reflects the expertise and views of leaders across the healthcare industry.
Disruption is Real – Reflections on Healthcare 2030 series
Mike Quinn, Managing Director and Head of Healthcare Strategic Advisory Services, Bank of America reflects on findings from the four-part series.
Delivering the healthcare options consumers want
Having a “digital front door” is no longer enough. Consumers expect a full range of options when accessing healthcare. Hear what our experts have to say.
The Future of Strategic Investment
Part 4 of a 4-part series
When developing a 10-year investment strategy, hospitals and health systems need to question whether those investments will improve the cost of keeping their communities healthy. HFMA’s “Future of Strategic Investment” explores the challenges and opportunities currently unfolding in the industry, including the technologies needed to deliver home-based acute care.
Featuring observations from strategy and innovation specialists, our new article offers valuable insights and guidance for those in hospital leadership. Read it now.
The Future of Consumer Expectations
Part 3 of a 4-part series
With disrupters like Amazon, Walmart and Dollar General entering the healthcare industry, tomorrow’s patient care might look more like an online shopping experience than traditional health management. HFMA’s “Future of Consumer Expectations” investigates a new wave of innovation that has the potential to transform healthcare delivery and patient expectations.
Featuring digital strategists at leading health systems, our new article reveals how hospitals can integrate disrupters into an expanding healthcare strategy. Read it now.
Workforce of the Future
Part 2 of a 4-part series
The healthcare workforce is undergoing rapid change. According to HFMA’s “Workforce of the Future” survey, 50% of respondents say that finding qualified finance professionals is harder than before, and 61% say they’re taking steps to diversify the workplace.
From permanent work-from-home arrangements to recruiting from a national talent pool, senior leaders must take a systemic approach to managing a brave new workforce. While the trajectory for some trends is clear, many of the industry’s biggest staffing challenges are still emerging. Our most recent article offers insights from financial leaders to help you build strategies for the decade ahead.
CFO of the Future
Part 1 of a 4-part series
CFOs in all types of hospitals and health systems are increasingly turning their attention to identifying and pursuing strategic opportunities. Respondents to HFMA’s recent “CFO of the Future” survey said they will spend nearly a quarter of their time on strategy in the next three years.
Leadership will be the most critical competency for success in the next three years, according to 59% of survey respondents. To that end, the pace of change and need to drive innovative solutions have only accelerated since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Increasing automation and productivity are cited as key ways to help coworkers work at the top of their abilities, while allowing more time for strategic financial planning.
Look for additional articles in the Healthcare 2030 series later this year.