Before healthcare organizations can begin to forge a new way forward, leaders need to be able to find firm footing, says Robert Sundelius. In the first of a two-part blog series, he shares share key lessons he learned by leading a FEMA incident command center.
For organizations focused largely focused on primary care, an essential aspect in getting through Covid-19 was the ability to reimagine vendor relationships. “Without partner support, it would’ve been hard to move through this,” said Ray Lowe.
As businesses reopen, it’s critical to find a way for individuals who have received the Covid-19 vaccine to access, store and share their records in a secure, verifiable and privacy-preserving way, according to John Halamka, MD.
From helping individuals at a vaccine event become more efficient, to optimizing events at a national level, CT Lin, MD shares what the team at UCHealth has learned so far and offers best practices for distributing the Covid-19 vaccine.
It doesn’t get more complex than using an outdoor stadium (in the dead of winter) to administer a vaccine, but UCHealth’s trial run was a success, says CT Lin, MD, who talks about what his team learned, and what he hopes to see going forward.