Free, public tool identifies COVID-19 “vaccine deserts” and helps public health leaders plan for how to equitably deliver the vaccine to the remaining U.S. population lacking access.
COVID-19 has affected the way hospitals and health care systems function in nearly every capacity. With the ability to enact change at a system level, health care administrators have a critical role to play in ensuring that systems are in place to provide patients with high quality care while protecting workers on the front lines. As the COVID-19 landscape continues to evolve, administrators will be key in helping systems adapt to new challenges and demands on resources.
Experts from Ariadne Labs have developed resources to support administrators in developing and enacting policies aligned with expert opinion and the available latest evidence. Topics include appropriate conservation of personal protective equipment, triage surgical procedures, visitation policies, and human resource contingency plans for health systems bracing for a patient surge.
Ariadne Labs and Lifebox on adapting the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist during COVID-19.
This report is intended to provide a road map for health systems leaders to select where to invest in the near term to help bring these systems changes into reality.
When COVID-19 vaccines become available in the US, states will need to allocate them to their highest priority populations. The Vaccine Allocation Planner for COVID-19 helps state and county decision prepare for...
The Parabola Project offers education leaders tools and strategies to minimize health risks while maximizing learning when reopening schools. Ariadne Labs and The Learning Accelerator launched the Parabola Project to...
Annals of Surgery: Critical Considerations for Reopening Scheduled Surgical Care in the Setting of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Tools for approaching surgical reopening and successful triage.
Rapid Onboarding for Redeployed Clinicians: What Matters to Them? A Research Brief for System Leaders
By Susan Haas MD, MS and Rachel Smith MS, PA-C The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has led to redeployment of thousands of U.S. clinicians to treat patients using new or updated skills and practicing in unfamiliar locations of the...
The Primary Health Care Performance Initiative (PHCPI) has developed a suite of materials and tools to support primary health care systems during the pandemic
Dr. June-Ho Kim and colleagues are featured by Exemplars of Global Health for their research on South Korea's response to COVID-19.
(Updated June 9, 2020 with Long-Term Care Resources) Conversations between patients and clinicians about what matters most lead to higher quality care and improved quality of life for patients and those who care for...
Our Global Response team on the strategic and comprehensive approach to the coronavirus pandemic and how it helped South Korea achieve a relatively low rate of infection within hospitals.
Dr. Asaf Bitton joined the Alliance for Health Policy’s webinar on May 20, 2020 to discuss the changes in primary care that have come and will come about because of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Overview: Primary...
As COVID-19 strains the US health care system, caring for the mental health and resilience of front line health care workers is paramount especially to minimize moral injury and burnout. This guide provides strategies...
Health Systems & Reform: National Response to COVID-19 in the Republic of Korea and Lessons Learned for Other Countries
New research describes the main strategies undertaken and selected facilitators and challenges in order to identify transferable lessons for other countries working to control the spread and impact of COVID-19
A collaboration between MASS Design Group and Ariadne Labs. Across the world urban hospitals are scrambling to convert and repurpose space on the fly. We drew from the Ebola experience in Africa, real-time insights from...
An outline of important principles that may help organizations guide the formulation of human resource contingency plans should a surge of critically ill patients occur in your specific institution.
Benjy Renton's vaccine data maps featured in Yahoo! News
It’s not often that a volunteer project on COVID-19 catches the attention of a national vaccine expert. But there was something exceptional about the consistently informative visualizations tweeted by Middlebury College...
Dr. Rebecca Weintraub on states' vaccine guidelines and their impact on front-line essential workers.
Dr. Rebecca Weintraub remarks on the geopolitical implications of the U.S.'s plans for surplus vaccines.
Dr. Rebecca Weintraub on how vaccine distribution plans may prioritize efficiency at the expense of equity.
Dr. Neel Shah featured in Bloomberg on how U.S. health care could emerge from the pandemic with better, more resilient infrastructure and practices.
Dr. Rebecca Weintraub comments on the Tiberius vaccine algorithm.
Dr. Rebecca Weintraub describes lessons learned from past pandemics and vaccine campaigns about the path to successful vaccine delivery.
Dr. Atul Gawande on proposals that he hopes to offer.