PNC Healthcare Matters

Summer 2021 Issue


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A Note From Brian Kelly, Head of PNC Healthcare

As we finally begin to see the light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel, I want to again thank all healthcare workers and the organizations we work with for your heroic efforts over these last 16 difficult months. On behalf of everyone at PNC and PNC Healthcare, you have our most heartfelt gratitude.

Now as the dust settles from the pandemic, healthcare organizations face a combination of new and recurring challenges — as well as potential opportunities. Understanding the emerging landscape can be the key to more effective and successful decision-making in both the short and long term. We look at some of the keys to navigating that landscape in this edition of our Healthcare Matters newsletter, including:

  • Recognizing the growing acceptance of cryptocurrencies, not only as investment opportunities but as payment options.
  • Understanding the explosive growth and many benefits of sustainable finance and the opportunities it offers to healthcare organizations.
  • Optimizing an operational liquidity strategy in a challenging rate environment and the importance of defining your asset pools.
  • Exploring the financial challenges of family healthcare from the perspective of women — the chief healthcare decision-makers in American households.

At PNC Healthcare, we understand how rapidly and drastically the world around our clients can change. Through the Healthcare Matters newsletter, our goal is to help you make sense of the landscape as it exists today and as it continues to evolve — so that you can continue to make the best decisions for your people and your organization.

Healthcare Matters


Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Technology in Healthcare

Cutting-Edge Trends: Unpacking Their Potential.  

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Sustainable Financing: How It’s Influencing Issuers and Investors 

How you can benefit from the latest investment strategy

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Healthcare Liquidity Management Strategy: Four Key Considerations

Exploring the benefits of optimizing an operational liquidity strategy for your healthcare organization in a challenging rate environment.

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Head Above Water: Women Navigate Healthcare During a Pandemic and Beyond

Exploring the financial challenges of family healthcare from the perspective of women.

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