The IDN Summit will feature several complimentary webinars focused on developments in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic from health systems across the nation. Featuring leading healthcare, business, and governmental experts, the following webinars will provide timely updates about COVID-19.
Federal Government Stimulus Package & Appropriations
The U.S. government's response to the Coronavirus pandemic has expanded rapidly in the past 15 days, but what does recent legislation and aid packages specifically mean for IDNs? Moderated by Intermountain Healthcare's former Vice President of Supply Chain, Brent Johnson, experts from Cornerstone Government Affairs will share details on the U.S. government’s response to COVID-19 as well as the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) targeted distribution of funds in fast, fair, and transparent manner.
- HHS Announces the Delivery of Initial $30 Billion in Relief Funding through CARES Act
Full Listing of Federal Government COVID-19 Legislation, Aid, & Reimbursement Changes
- Describe the main beneficiaries and key components of the stimulus package.
- Identify how your IDN can receive newly released government funding and resources.
- Analyze the financial and operational impacts of these stimulus packages.
Vice President, Supply Chain (retired), Intermountain Healthcare
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View Past COVID-19 Webinars On-Demand
Tuesday, April 7th | 1:00 pm EDT
How 3D Printing Can Save Lives
Across the nation it’s ‘all hands-on deck’ as several non-traditional suppliers are stepping up to provide products desperately needed by the healthcare industry to combat the spread of COVID-19. Over the next few months we’ll highlight some of these non-traditional suppliers who are using their entrepreneurial drive to augment the healthcare supply chain during these unprecedented times.
Wednesday, April 8th | 2:00 pm EDT
How and Why to Plan and Design for the "What If" Scenario
This webinar presentation will discuss how to implement designs from Master Planning to immediate “ fixes” in both dedicated Healthcare and Non-Traditional Care environments. The goal is to manage the maximum amount of patients with the minimal amount of risk in a limited physical area, and in as safe a manner as possible.