In this episode of Looking Ahead, Ken Kaufman, Chair and founding partner of Kaufman Hall, gives his perspective on the the United States healthcare industry amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, including drivers for transformation and growth in the nonprofit sector.
The 2020 presidential election is around the corner. A Crowe cybersecurity professional explores whether American voting infrastructure is at risk of election hacking.
As CEOs take pay cuts to show solidarity with workers, compensation committees are turning to building bonus structures for 2021 and beyond. But the process of tying bonuses to the right metrics to incentivize management has changed under the current economic landscape.
Activist investors have a large war chest that could see them going on a spending spree, as certain stocks remain highly deflated. How boards manage the Covid-19 response could determine whether they set their sights on the company.
As hospitals faced the onslaught of scared patients fearing they had Covid-19, some organizations tip-toed into artificial intelligence to help serve as a first line of defense. The impact may send AI into the hospital mainstream.