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Lessons Learned: How Hospitals Won’t be Caught Off-Guard Next Time?

May 6 @ 16:00 - 17:30

Free

Date & Time

Thursday, 6 May 2021, at 16.00 PM Brussels time

Overview

As the Covid-19 pandemic, far from being over, entered the vaccination phase, it is crucial to further assess and reflect on what happened to the healthcare sector from February 2020 onward. As the intensity and momentum of COVID-19 continued, it is pivotal to look back and learn what happened to hospitals during the 12/16 months of the crisis (in terms of staff, space, process, systems, etc.) in order to systematize the main lessons learned.

In this webinar, EHMA together with SDA Bocconi School of Management and the Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health, will reflect with leaders of private and public healthcare systems from Europe what happened during the pandemic to jointly trace some post-Covid recommendations.

Agenda

16.00 CEST – Welcome remarks:
  • Viviana Mangiaterra, Associate Professor of Practice, SDA Bocconi
  • John S. Winkleman, Director, The Consulting Practice and The Health System Simulations, Mailman School of Public Health – Department of Health Policy and Management
16. 10 CEST – Panel discussion with:
  • Alexandre Lourenço, President of Portuguese Association of Hospital Managers (APAH)
  • Maria Chiara Corti, Social Health Director Local Health Authority AOU Giuliano Isontina Trieste;
  • Stefano Fagiuoli, Chair, Gastroenterology Hepatology and Transplantation – Papa Giovanni XXIII – Bergamo Italy
Facilitator:
  • Maria Vittoria Gronchi, Bocconi Alumni and Director Covid Test Centers Staffing and Go-Live, New York City Health & Hospitals
Moderator:
  • George Valiotis, Executive Director, European Health Management Association (EHMA)
17. 10 CEST –  Q&A with the audience
17. 30 CEST – Conclusions

Details

Date:
May 6
Time:
16:00 - 17:30
Cost:
Free
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Venue

Zoom

Organizers

European Health Management Association
Bocconi University
Columbia University – Mailman School of Public Health
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