COVID-19 Grants and Funding Updates for the Health Care Sector
By Karl RebayPartner, Moss Adams
By Georgia GreenManager, Health Care Consulting Practice, Moss Adams
There are a number of financial relief efforts for the health care sector due to COVID-19 disruption. Details about grants and funding opportunities as well as important considerations for health care entities are included in this article, up to date through July 1, 2020. Read article
Helping Patients Overcome Fear to get Vital Care back on Track: Six Things to Do
By Tom Dougherty, FACHE
, Principal, COPE Health Solutions
By Elizabeth DuBois, DNP
,Vice President, COPE Health Solutions
The Covid-19 pandemic has created a barrier to health care at a magnitude the likes of which our industry has never seen. Many patients are terrified to receive care in traditional health care settings. To make people feel safe to come back into our facilities, we will need to continue to go above and beyond. It is mission-critical that we make patients, their families, and their caregivers feel safe.
Finding Clarity and Courage in the Unknown: One Day at a Time
By Danna Beal, M.Ed. International Speaker Author and Coach
We have all been impacted during this global pandemic in ways we could never have imagined. Healthcare has been severely hit during these unfolding days, weeks, and months. We owe our continuing gratitude for the selflessness, courage, and sacrifice of so many people in all aspects of healthcare delivery. It has taken a toll on everyone, both here and around the world. How we emerge from all this is still evolving and lies in the realm of the unknown. Based on my experience with thousands of people, the unknown is cited as their greatest fear.
Navigating Through Health and Mental Health Challenges in a COVID-19 Environment
By John Feltz Vice President and Regional Benefits Director, Parker Smith & Feek
On the many calls and Zoom meetings I am having with friends, the inevitable question asked early in the conversation is simply, “How are you doing?” The intent isn’t to see if we have Covid-19; it is a recognition that this new environment is having a significant emotional impact on us all. It’s code. The expected response is that we are “not okay.” The hope on the other end of the line is that we will ask the question in return so that they can share that they are also “not okay.” Strangely enough, it turns out that being “not okay” right now is actually okay.