Planning as a Crisis Mitigation Tool

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May 10, 2021



By Chase Miller and Melanie Harris

From preparing for an initial surge of COVID-19 patients to constantly replenishing personal protective equipment stockpiles, healthcare organizations are working overtime to provide quality care in the “new normal” pandemic environment. And while there’s no immediate cure for pandemic fatigue, there are steps organizations can take now to help inoculate them from the effects of the next crisis.

Market disruptions will continue to occur and the viability of an organization to continue to provide care for its patients depends on the ability to respond quickly and decisively.

Planning as a Crisis Mitigation Tool