How to Tackle COVID Vaccine Challenges and Speed Up Delivery
The COVID vaccine is here and is offering hope for people in the community. For healthcare providers, administration of vaccines is complicated: priority order, clinical requirements, multi-dose scheduling, and capacity management make distribution challenging. And setting up a vaccination workflow that is not only efficient but also compliant is proving a harder challenge than anticipated as headlines flood the news of distribution missteps.
As experts in helping local and state organizations quickly and effectively stand-up COVID services, Solv is equipped to help local city, state, and healthcare organizations deliver a streamline, organized, and easy-to-manage vaccine distribution workflow.
Join Solv and U.S. Digital Response to learn:
- Common workflow issues we’re seeing and how to overcome them
- Critical components to planning for and setting up your vaccine efforts
- How to deliver a patient experience that exceeds expectations
- Rob Rohatsch, MD, Chief Medical Officer at Solv
- Elham Ali, MPH, PMP, NREMT-B, Health Data Technologist-in-Residence, Design Lead at U.S. Digital Response
- Lauren Tien, MPH, Government Partnerships, Product Analyst at Solv.
Additional Resources from U.S. Digital Response
- 39 Voices of COVID-19
- Vendor Provider Guide (PDF)
- Vaccine Website Template (also open-sourced on Github)
- Website Template Implementation Guide
- USDR's Health Program
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