During and After COVID—Readiness and Rapid System Redesign to Optimize Chronic Condition Care

Prevention, treatment, and response to the COVID-19 pandemic is currently a major focus in healthcare settings and our society at large. Chronic conditions, such as cancer, heart disease, and diabetes, however, continue to affect millions of people.

In this webinar, recorded on Thursday, Nov. 19 at 2:00PM Eastern, we discussed how COVID-19 has impacted patients and the readiness of healthcare systems to provide quality chronic condition care. Speakers discussed what we know about readiness, how readiness in healthcare has changed in the wake of COVID-19, challenges that patients and healthcare providers face, and approaches to address those pressing challenges to support readiness at the height of a pandemic.  


Image of Erin BoganErin Bogan, Ph.D.



Image of Brittany CookBrittany Cook, Ph.D.
Vice President of Education and Human Development
Wandersman Center



Image of Abe WandersmanAbe Wandersman, Ph.D.
President and CEO
Wandersman Center


Image of Erica SheltonErica Shelton, M.D., MPH, MHS
Principal Researcher


Kathryn Paez, Ph.D., MSN, BSN
Managing Researcher

Image of Randy SchwartzRandy Schwartz, MSPH
Public Health Systems Consultants

The webinar is part of a series entitled "Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Education and Health Systems: The Role of Readiness" and is co-hosted by AIR and the Wandersman Center. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Erin Bogan or Dr. Brittany Cook.

Event Information

November 19, 2020
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET