News article from Shiv Gaglani, reporting on how universities need to rethink their approach to healthcare education to get more students in the door and fill the opportunity gap in medical jobs.


No industry has been spared massive disruption from the coronavirus pandemic and resulting rapid digitalization. But for both higher education and healthcare, disruption had already been a way of life—just on a more gradual scale. The pandemic has further driven down college enrollment numbers that were already on a decade-long decline, leaving many institutions in unprecedented financial distress. Meanwhile, healthcare providers are being pushed to simultaneously deliver higher quality care at a lower cost.

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