Connecting with AHA members about innovative healthcare trends.
Accenture is proud to participate in the AHA Associate program to connect with AHA members about the innovative and leading-edge trends that are impacting the industry today. We are excited to exchange ideas and explore new solutions during this time of transformational change.
Moments that matter: De-stressing the clinical workforce
The pandemic only exacerbated clinical workforce attrition—arguably healthcare’s most serious challenge. Bold action is required from hospital boards of directors to give clinicians critical support, retain and build clinical capacity and meet society’s ongoing needs.
Recruiting isn’t enough: To stop this cycle and address the clinical workforce crisis, health systems should go beyond recruiting or teaching new skills to clinicians who stay.
The power of a human + machine approach: Use automation, artificial intelligence (AI) as well as alternative sourcing and a human-centered approach to provide clinician support and augment capacity.
Define your future-forward clinical workforce strategy: Health systems should consider automation in clinical care as they develop strategies to address the workforce shortage in the short term.
As health systems develop workforce strategies, boards should help their CEOs and executive teams to cultivate deliberate, flexible organizational readiness.
Enter healthcare’s human + machine experience continuum
Whether it’s patients, clinicians, providers or payers, humanized healthcare is all about improving care access, experiences and outcomes. We present two webinars that explain why future-ready hospitals and health systems will be those that focus on the human-technology intersection.
In the first, Dr. Scott Cullen, managing director and Accenture Health Provider Lead, and Sally Hurt-Deitch, executive vice president for Nursing and Operations Infrastructure for Ascension, discuss how to approach healthcare’s workforce crisis using technology as the foundation.
In the second, Kaveh Safavi, MD, JD, senior managing director, Accenture Health, and Brian Kalis, managing director, Accenture Strategy, talk to Kristin Myers, EVP, CIO and dean for Digital and Information Technology at Mount Sinai. They address four trends from Accenture’s Digital Health Technology Vision report: digital content immersion, a programmable world, synthetic data and computing the impossible.
Balancing Technology & Human Need to Transform the Workforce Experience
Meet healthcare leaders in the metaverse
Strategic planning imperatives for hospitals and health systems
Strategy and transformation are integral to today’s most successful health care planning agendas and associated initiatives. Rather than taking a more traditional linear approach to strategic planning, hospitals and health systems that successfully plan focus on creating an integrated “connected” plan leading to more actionable and sustainable outcomes.
In this podcast, Yianni Douros, Accenture Health Managing Director, discusses the various approaches hospitals and health systems can take when establishing their strategic plans.