The Chartis COVID-19 Resource Center




COVID-19 continues to spread globally, overwhelming ICU and health system capacity. Just as you are rapidly responding to the threats of COVID-19, the Chartis team is developing perspectives to address the questions we are hearing from our provider clients. We are also curating valuable COVID-19 resources from other organizations. Let us help you with strategies you can deploy rapidly to serve patients and ensure the health of your organization.

Upcoming Webinar:
Board Roles in a Time
of Crisis

Join The Chartis Group, Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock, and McDermott Will & Emery to gain valuable real-time insights for optimizing the role of the board in the midst of COVID-19.

Optimizing APP Deployment to Address COVID-19: Five Key Tactics to Get It Done

Leaders need to think broadly about the capabilities of their clinicians and staff to respond to COVID-19 capacity issues. One group primed for elevation and expansion of role is advanced practice providers (APPs).

COVID-19: Cash Management Strategies to Implement
Now

Maximizing cash flow at this critical time is a priority. A targeted effort focused on cash acceleration and conservation can help organizations get through this time of severe financial strain.

COVID-19: Four Approaches to Addressing Behavioral Health Impact

The stress and uncertainty created by COVID-19 will drive increased demand for behavioral health services. Providers must be prepared to support increased needs for services as well as the mental and emotional health of their own workforce.

COVID-19: Three Critical Questions to Address on Ambulatory Care

There is an influx of visits from patients who suspect they may have COVID-19, and a decrease in all other visits as patients are unwilling to use health system facilities for fear of infection or a desire to minimize their interactions in the community.

Robots, Chatbots, AI: Accelerating Virtual Health Capabilities for COVID-19

COVID-19 has shifted health systems’ expansion of virtual health from an “optional” or longer-term play to an immediate and crucial priority. By taking this vital step, health systems leaders will help contain COVID-19 exposure in healthcare settings and expand capacity for non-COVID-19 patients to ensure they do not get crowded out.