Resilience is a muscle: Here's a playbook to strengthen it throughout your health system
"Business as usual" is a thing of the past. The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted businesses, professionals and consumers worldwide. No single industry has proven immune, and organizations now face new operating processes, safety protocols, public health guidelines, and federal and state regulations.
As COVID-19 cases continue to surge in most parts of the country, health systems are faced with dual short- and long-term threats related to their supply chains, operational resiliency, remote work and infrastructure. Their reality is the ultimate juggling act: Meeting the virus' demands on the system and keeping employees and patients safe, while also assessing whether they have the critical information, assets and processes in place to best respond to current and future crises.
This e-book explores the critical role of information in health systems' pandemic response: Is it accurate and trustworthy? Is it secure? Is it easily accessible? Does it provide insight to inform decisions? Successful organizations can answer "yes" to all of these questions. If yours cannot, this e-book just became a must-read.
The document also shares best practices across four key areas for healthcare organizations to improve their crisis readiness and ability to recover:
Operational agility to accelerate emergency care and testing
Agile pandemic supply chains
Compliant and connected telehealth and remote workers
Transformative workspaces for current and post-pandemic operations
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