Mandates, boosters and pediatric vaccines: How to successfully manage the next phase of COVID-19 vaccination
Click HERE to Register
If the mood of the initial COVID-19 vaccine rollout felt exuberant, the sentiment heading into fall feels more daunting against the backdrop of the Delta variant and ongoing vaccine hesitancy. Healthcare organizations need to manage those challenges while also figuring out effective ways to administer boosters, navigate vaccine mandates, and provide vaccines to kids 12 and over — and likely kids under 12 soon.
Luckily, we can lean on best practices from this past spring and summer to successfully tackle the tasks ahead. In this webinar, physician leaders and COVID-19 vaccination experts will share lessons from earlier efforts to ensure equitable, timely and efficient vaccine distribution in the coming months.
Key learning points:
- Best practices for adapting to changing guidance and policies
- Actionable strategies for overcoming vaccine hesitancy among healthcare workers, adults and parents
- Methods for incentivizing primary care and pediatric practices to vaccinate against COVID-19, especially in vaccine deserts
Kavita Patel, MD
Fellow and Managing Director in the Center for Health Policy at the Brookings Institution; frequent guest expert on NPR, CBS, NBC, and MSNBC; Primary Care Physician; and former Director of Policy for the Obama Administration
Rebecca Weintraub, MD
Assistant Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Leader of the COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery response at Ariadne Labs, and Physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Hilary Hatch, PhD
Chief Clinical Officer at Phreesia, Instructor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins, and Faculty at the Psychoanalytic Association of NY (PANY) affiliated with NYU Langone Health