Over the last 18 months, few sectors have been so challenged and had to adapt more quickly than health-care delivery and epidemiology. As the pandemic took over, hospitals were flooded to over-capacity with patients requiring special treatment protocols, while staffs scrambled to adopt heightened safety procedures overnight. Public health officials had to track the outbreak and issue safety directives while working with imperfect data. As the vaccines continue to roll out, there is not only hope of a return to normal but an opportunity to use the clinical and data-driven insights gained during the pandemic to improve health-care delivery and anticipate community health needs. Join us for a discussion of the trends shaping health care in the years to come.
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