Healthcare exec discusses adapting healthcare to post COVID-19 world

June 4, 2020

In a recent article on the McKinsey & Co. website, Kate Walsh, the CEO of Boston Medical Center, discussed was healthcare after COVID-19.

Boston Medical Center focusing on four Rs: responding, rebounding, rebuilding and reimagining.

In addition to responding to the needs of the community, rebounding is thinking about the illness burden that’s built up in the population we serve that are not being treated.

Rebuilding is about how they bring back what’s important to the campus and how we avoid replicating the things that isn’t needed. Reimagining is the last phase. What’s a better way to care for patients?

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