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On-Demand Webinar: The Path to Recovery – A Physician’s Guide to “Healing” Their Practice Post-COVID-19

Just as COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the health and well-being of patients across the globe, so too has the virus had a wide-spread, crippling impact on our health system and providers. One side-effect of the unprecedented response to limit the spread and morbidity of the pandemic has been a sudden and steep decrease in non-urgent, elective care volumes. The resultant decrease in revenues has left many organizations cash-strapped and off balance as they pursue governmental assistance, adjust cost structure, and plan for a “new normal” filled with uncertainty.

As restrictions now begin to ease, providers serious about emerging stronger from COVID-19 must embrace change, working at unprecedented speeds in responding to the shifting needs and preferences of both patients and employees. Never before, and likely never again, will providers have a greater opportunity to positively impact their practices and the communities they serve through strategic innovation and execution that will fundamentally reshape care delivery moving forward.

This webinar will discuss the history and physical Impact of COVID-19 along with an assessment and plan for response & recovery for physician practices.

Duration: 40 minutes

Speakers:
Tony Javorka, Director
John Wortley, Manager
Steve Jarosinski, Manager

Download the on-demand recording along with the presentation and workbook using the form below.



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