由 John R. Fischer
, Senior Reporter | August 17, 2020
From the August 2020 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine
“We will continue to work closely with our client’s lead on these protocols,” said O’Donnell and Avadhani. “We will continue to bolster internal processes as not to be totally reliant on ‘local’ contingencies and to provide a standard and consistent message to HTS staff on how to manage/prepare for the next pandemic and/or respond to the next emergency situation.”
Strimaitis says that independent service organizations should look at the pandemic as an opportunity to rethink their strategies going forward and invest in additional services and equipment to cater to the needs of providers now and in a post-pandemic world.
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“The one thing we did as the pandemic started to take a foothold in the U.S. and globally, is we started to look at other solutions and other services we could provide to our customers,” he said. “One part of our solutions is around imaging services but there are other ancillary types of products out there that we can provide relevant solutions for.”Back to HCB News