Mar 21
Reducing Health Disparities is Not Just a Numbers Game 

  Reducing Health Disparities is Not Just a Numbers Game  STAT News recently noted this year marks the 20th anniversary of “Unequal Treatment,” the first major U.S. report to conclude that health disparities stem, in part, from racial bias. Written by National Academies’ Institute of Medicine, “Unequal Treatment” explained that racial and ethnic minorities experience…

Mar 10
HCA Healthcare CEO Emphasizes Continuing Education in Session with Leadership Health Care

Continuing Education is a Priority for HCA Healthcare CEO COVID-19 has reshaped the world of work, especially for health care leaders. As reported by Mercer and other research institutions, a widespread workforce shortage in health care will increase in the next decade. As the population ages, demand for health services will only grow. But, what…

Mar 3
Nashville Won’t Forget: Developing a Post-COVID Roadmap for Disaster Response 

Nashville Won’t Forget: Developing a Post-COVID Roadmap for Disaster Response Former Nashville Mayor Bill Purcell joined the Nashville Health Care Council and NashvilleHealth to discuss “Strategies for Future Preparedness: Examining the Impact of COVID-19 on Nashville,” a NashvilleHealth study that will help cities and the health care community make evidence-based and equity-informed decisions before, during,…

Jan 31
Navigating Health Care Operations: How to Adapt and Evolve in a Changed Environment

Navigating Health Care Operations: How to Adapt and Evolve in a Changed Environment The COVID-19 pandemic has left the health care industry reeling. From staffing issues to disruptive innovation, many health systems are struggling to survive. But, one organization has expertly weathered the storm over the past two years, thanks in large part to its leadership and market position. During a Nashville Health Care Council Brass Tacks event, Board Member Bruce…

Dec 21
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5 Key Trends in Health Care Investment’s New Wave

  The COVID-19 pandemic greatly accelerated the adoption of digital health technologies, advancing the industry by years of progress in just a matter of months. The Nashville Health Care Council’s recent panel discussion, “A New Wave of Health Care Investment in Nashville,” explored the dramatic shifts occurring in the ecosystem and how top investors are tapping into the latest trends to shape the future of health care.     Guest speakers included Adam Boehler,…