Over the last decade healthcare organizations have faced a multitude of changes and challenges ― some have thrived, some have maintained, and some have failed. Today’s healthcare environment is quickly evolving, driven by sweeping regulatory changes, shifting patient demands, advancing technology, and growing competition. How companies adapt to these shifts can mean the difference between success and failure.
Such is the case with LifeBridge Health, a leading provider of healthcare-related services throughout the Baltimore region. LifeBridge consists of Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Northwest Hospital, Carroll Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital, LifeBridge Health & Fitness, hundreds of primary care and specialty physicians, and various affiliated health-related partners.
The following is an exclusive Q&A with Neil Meltzer, President and CEO of LifeBridge Health, who shares insights on how to successfully adapt through regulatory change and rapid growth, the power of partnerships, all the while staying true to your mission.
Interested in not just surviving—but thriving—despite changing market conditions? Contact Christopher Helmrath for further insights into partnerships as a strategic growth option for your healthcare organization.