Can the crisis result in stronger healthcare systems?

A higher degree of collaboration, the acceleration of technology, and a deeper “patient first” culture: These are the key elements Howard B. Chrisman, President of the Northwestern Medical Group and Professor of Radiology and Surgery says will contribute to a stronger healthcare system after the crisis.

2 min
Published on July 11, 2020

From the nurses who go above and beyond the call of duty, the leadership team who exemplifies a high degree of collaboration, to the IT specialists accelerating technology and telemedicine, and an overall deeper patient first culture, there is one common aspect – the human aspect. The impact of COVID-19 is being felt everywhere, but how will it affect the healthcare system in the future?

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The COVID-19 pandemic continues to teach us lessons, and there’s no doubt more are on the way. One thing we have learned already is that technology can be pandemic-proof. It’s helped to keep workplaces active and communication flowing despite physical offices being closed.