‘Hybrid’ return to office gaining steam in R.I.

A LEADERSHIP TEAM MEETING held recently by Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island, led by its medical director Dr. Christopher Ottiano, was conducted using a hybrid format, with some people tuning in remotely and others in attendance at the organization's headquarters in Smithfield. / COURTESY NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH PLAN OF RHODE ISLAND
A LEADERSHIP TEAM MEETING held recently by Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island, led by its medical director Dr. Christopher Ottiano, was conducted using a hybrid format, with some people tuning in remotely and others in attendance at the organization's headquarters in Smithfield. / COURTESY NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH PLAN OF RHODE ISLAND
PROVIDENCE – Many Rhode Island employees have slowly been returning to the office over the past year, but the office hasn’t returned to normal due to the lasting impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. At nonprofit health insurer Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island, which is based in a three-story office building in Smithfield, a return-to-the-office…

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