Health centers are currently balancing the wellbeing and safety of their workforce with the need to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. While “essential” staff are needed on the frontline, “non-essential” staff are either sent home to wait out the pandemic, or are deployed to perform alternative services to support COVID-19 response efforts. Join us in this webinar to learn about workforce strategies employed by health center leaders in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Health center leaders will discuss changes made to workflows, how primary and behavioral health care staff are deployed, and the level of involvement of “non-essential” staff in health center efforts.
This webinar on health center workforce deployment in COVID-19 response was hosted on April 14, 2020. Want to be informed about other upcoming webinars on health equity for underserved populations? Join our mailing list!
- Kathy Brieger, Chief, Workforce Development, Hudson River HealthCare (Now Sun River Health), New York, NY
- Suzanne P. Lagarde, Chief Executive Officer, Fair Haven Community Health Care, New Haven, CT
- Steven Snyder, Vice President, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center, Boston, MA
More Resources on COVID-19 Response and Health Center Workforces
The Association of Clinicians for the Underserved is regularly updating our detailed list of resources on the coronavirus pandemic with new webinars, fact sheets, and other resources related to health centers, workforce considerations, clinical protocols and guidance, telehealth, and more. You can also view a variety of webinars on COVID-19 and its impact on underserved populations on our health equity webinar archives.