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Veronica Vela
29:38
Can you go over the capabilities again - it was super fast!
Veronica Vela
29:44
What is the bulleted list?
Veronica Vela
29:54
*new capabilities
Jeffrey Levi
33:23
An additional resource from the Mullan Workforce Institute: a State Health Workforce Deficit Estimator Yo http://www.gwhwi.org/estimator.htm
Jeffrey Levi
33:46
You can find the foundational capabilities in the readings packet in the AJPH article.
Jeffrey Levi
35:16
The second attachment is the AJPH article
Jeffrey Levi
39:22
a more detailed description of foundational public health systems
Dwayne L. Simmons
01:07:53
Regarding telemedicine, what do you foresee as hesitations to maintaining this modality of care delivery post COVID from the payor perspective? Do you feel providers/institutions should be tracking metrics of telemedicine care being delivered now to use as contract negotiating points to maintain reimbursement for telemedicine visits and/or current rates of reimbursements following COVID? If so, which metric would be most valuable?
Veronica Vela
01:12:37
What are the non-COVID conditions that will be exacerbated by the pandemic? How would you prioritize support t communities for non-COVID related health issues?
Veronica Vela
01:14:59
Because communities of colors have historically been taken advantage of my large healthcare systems and some communities are distrustful of them, how can we support these communities while in a way that aligns with their beliefs and value systems. How should large healthcare systems do from a community health perspective?
Gavin Campbell
01:16:03
Thank you to all, it's reassuring just to hear from the voices I trust on this pandemic. Prof. Rosenbaum addressed this to a degree, but stepping back: is it (1) a failure to plan/anticipate or (2) valuing short-term financial gains over the people doing work & receiving care at both the system and institutional level that led to: diminished stockpiles, supply chains, support, flexibility, and surge capacity?
Cathy Dahl
01:18:40
To share a positive: my community has partnered between local restaurant association, chamber of commerce, school foundation to have curb side pick up of lunches for any child under 18 and the local restaurants are providing the meals.
Anthony Guerrero
01:20:09
how can we address the inequity's currently facing undocumented patients with the COVID-19 testing? also regarding payment, and eliminating any fears of being asked for documentation.
Anushree
01:24:55
With unemployment on the rise and the possible reliance on welfare programs and Medicaid, what are the potential implications for immigrants given the public charge rule
Rikki
01:25:00
Do you think, with the importance of data, that there will be a third-party attempting to privatize data?
Dwayne L. Simmons
01:25:43
Thanks for the responses!
Hannah Martin
01:28:50
Polly talked about how some broadened scopes of practice may stick around after the pandemic if we see that they’re safe, effective, etc. Given the limited data collection on many of the allied health professions, do you think we’ll actually have the data to demonstrate these benefits? And how do we tease apart the impacts on health outcomes of expanded SOP from the impacts of the pandemic?
Justina
01:31:00
Thank you all! Thinking about the upcoming elections in November, does anyone have an idea of how the population will vote in the future? Currently some states are using statewide absentee voting, put given there is an added expense, does anyone see this as a continued way forward? Or is technology the answer, given inequitable access to internet across the nation?
Anthony Guerrero
01:35:49
The questions is still answered, how can we address the inequity's currently facing undocumented patients with the COVID-19 testing? and eliminating any fears of being asked for documentation.
Babita Kuruvilla
01:38:00
Can you talk about modeling (pandemics and other pubic health issues) in terms of effort, cost of development, data purchase, and operations maintenance? What are the factors involved in effective decision making and how do you communicate with the public - what makes for effective messaging?
Gavin Campbell
01:40:54
thank you for the thoughtful answers!
Melanie Dakwa
01:45:38
Thank you everyone
Keyshia Simmons
01:45:39
Thanks to everyone on the panel for sharing their insights with us on COVID 19 as it affects the health care industry. This session was very informative. Thanks again. =)
Zoe Beckerman
01:45:49
Really nice job, colleagues! Well done.
Justina
01:45:50
Thank you! Where can we get the recording?
aking
01:45:53
Thank you!
pamakhpatel
01:45:58
Thankyou!!
Maddie News
01:45:59
Thank you!
komalshah
01:46:01
Thank you!!!
Conor Wedel
01:46:06
Thank you so much!
Madeline Frazer
01:46:06
Thank you!
nijachappel
01:46:07
Thank you to everyone on the panel for the thoughtful discussion regarding this pandemic
Casey O
01:46:07
Thanks so much for this informative discussion!
Megan Wilkey
01:46:12
Thank you!!
janehyattthorpe
01:46:12
Wonderful session. Thank you HPM!
Kristin Williams
01:46:12
Thank you!
Serena Anand
01:46:14
Thank you!
Rachael Doctorman
01:46:15
Thank you for taking the time to speak with us!
Kristi Qirici
01:46:16
Thank you!
Aroona Toor
01:46:19
Thank you!
Meghna
01:46:20
Thank you!
Katie Li
01:46:27
thank you!
Zeeshawn Chughtai
01:46:33
Thank you for your time!
Sabby Delisfort
01:46:33
Thank you everyone for your great insight. This is very helpful especially now
Chandni Patel
01:46:40
Thank you for your time!
Laka Negassa
01:46:43
Thank you!
Vi Le
01:46:46
Thank you all for taking your time to do this. It was very informative!
Arslan Sayed
01:46:47
thank you
Megan McCormick
01:46:49
Thank you!