Ashfield Capital Partners is committed to delivering interesting, relevant and timely insights. As people around the globe focus on recovery and treatment for COVID-19, one area we have found to be especially impactful during this time is healthcare.
In our premiere podcast episode, Ashfield Capital Partners Chief Compliance Officer and Portfolio Manager Adrian Fadrhonc talks with Sylvie Boulva MHS, PA-C, a Physician Assistant at the University of Utah’s Division of Pediatric Rheumatology and Urgent Care Clinic. During their candid conversation, Boulva provides an inside look at healthcare delivery and technologies during COVID-19, including the pandemic’s potential short-term and long-term effects on the industry. Specifically, Fadrhonc and Boulva discuss:
- How healthcare providers can successfully transition to pandemic delivery methods
- Which healthcare behaviors might remain after the pandemic
- The benefits and limitations of digital healthcare screenings
- The best American healthcare delivery developments in the past 5-10 years
- How healthcare professionals are teaching patients about new technologies
- The importance of shifting the perspective about what “good healthcare” really means
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