Gun violence skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Chethan Sathya, MD, director of Northwell’s Center for Gun Violence Prevention, discusses health care’s role in stemming the issue and Northwell's upcoming Gun Violence Prevention Forum, which will feature key speakers like Michael R. Bloomberg and Gabby Giffords.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been particularly hard on communities of color, including pregnant women. Michael Nimaroff, MD, senior vice president and executive director, Ob-Gyn Services, discusses this impact and what health system's can do to assist.
A highly politicized pandemic, social injustices and a tumultuous election season defined 2020. Deb Salas-Lopez, MD, MPH, senior vice president of community and population Health, explains how the lessons learned can be used to address social determinants of health, revive poor communities and build a better tomorrow.
COVID-19 disrupted many aspects of our lives, including the workplace. Here’s what we’ve learned from the pandemic and how it will shape work moving forward. Featured speaker: Joseph Moscola, PA, senior vice president and chief people officer of Northwell Health.
Telehealth has been a boon for health care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Has it replaced primary care, or is it a significant tool in a physician’s belt? Zenobia Brown, MD, Northwell's vice president of population health, explores.
Charles Schleien, MD, Northwell's senior vice president and chair of Pediatric Services, discusses opening schools — what hazards exist, what parents can do to prep children and how health systems can assist.
Mark Jarrett, MD, Northwell Health's deputy chief medical officer and chief quality officer, discusses the latest with COVID-19, the status in New York and across the US, what people can expect in the fall and how health care organizations can prepare.