A Deep Dive into Innovation and Adaptability and its Effect on the Healthcare Workforce

July 11, 2023
Ron Stefanski


The healthcare sector has been going through a significant period of disruption, especially since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Millions of healthcare workers have had to adapt to new technologies and workflows, while simultaneously dealing with the direct impacts of the pandemic. In all, the healthcare workforce has greatly been impacted. With an industry that employs over 22 million people in the U.S. alone, the stakes are incredibly high.

So, what does this mean for the healthcare workforce, and how are industry professionals coping with the changes? This critical question forms the basis for a fascinating new conversation in the inaugural episode of “DisruptEd: Healthcare Edition.”

In the debut episode, host Ron Stefanski discusses the impacts of disruption in the healthcare workforce with co-host Larry Yuhasz, the Principal at LS Yuhasz Consulting, as they unveil a new perspective on the adaptability and future of the healthcare industry.


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