Tag Archive: COVID

by Alex Lennox-Miller | May 29, 2020

Virtual Conferences are Showing What Really Matters Isn’t the Conference At All

Conference organizers need to look seriously at what they offer, and how they can enable the more valuable, less scripted content the healthcare industry needs in a virtual context.

by Paul Nardone | May 21, 2020

Why Now? How COVID-19 Will Encourage Future Engagement With Community Resources

Simply put, the benefits of effective community resource engagement are felt now more than ever, and people will remember those benefits once the current COVID19 surge begins to subside.

by Jody Ranck | April 13, 2020

Precision Public Health, Race, and Social Determinants During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Any future healthcare stimulus funding, or HITECH Act 2.0, efforts need to focus on tools and resources that can build a bridge from health IT to public health and precision public health efforts targeted at the communities hardest hit.

by Paul Nardone | April 07, 2020

Underserved Allies: Community Resources in the Fight Against COVID

As capable allies in our collective fight against the pandemic and capable managers of community well-being (e.g. chronic disease management), [community partners] deserve equal attention and assistance.

by Alex Lennox-Miller | April 01, 2020

COVID-19: The Accelerant Telehealth Has Always Dreamed Of

While these changes are being forced due to an episodic event, COVID-19, there is a strong likelihood that the changes will become systemic, forever changing how care is delivered.

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