As we continue to face an unpredictable pattern of emergencies stemming from natural, human and technological events, the COVID-19 pandemic — for however long it may be with us — will likely continue even as other emergencies (such as hurricanes, wildfires, floods and flu season) arise, which complicates healthcare organisations’ plans for every potential event.
By Mike Michalowicz, CIA®, CCSA, CRMA, Bryon Neaman, CHIAP®, CIA®, CPA, and Rebecca Nilson, CIA®, CPA, CRMA
Internal audit (IA) functions in organisations worldwide and throughout most industries are undergoing significant change.
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Navigating uncertainty with disruptive thinking
By any measure, we are currently living in extraordinary times. Extreme disruption to our healthcare system and uncertainty are the new norm. Government policies and guidelines continue to change.
Pre-COVID-19 Survey Results and Current Audit Planning Considerations
Next-Generation Internal Audit in Healthcare: It’s Time to Ride the Wave of Transformation and Innovation
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought massive waves of disruption and unique challenges to the healthcare industry.
Pandemic-related policies and regulation, market conditions are top concerns in the healthcare industry
The continuing global challenges and potential existential threat posed by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Political divisiveness and polarisation. Social and economic unrest. Gridlock.
The healthcare technology landscape is experiencing a full-blown disruption with growing global health impacts from the likes of pandemics (COVID-19), global cyberattacks (WannaCry) and the overall push to innovative digital and advanced analytics capabilities aimed at increasing the quality of care, improving the health of communities, reducing costs and connecting the patient across various c