2022: 4/28 Inaugural Spring Symposium and Healthcare Workshop: COVID-19 and Healthcare Resilience: Past, Present and Future

April 29, 2022

4/28 Inaugural Spring Symposium and Healthcare Workshop: COVID-19 and Healthcare Resilience: Past, Present and Future

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As we move forward from the COVID-19 pandemic the spotlight has shifted away from crisis response. Having challenged New Jersey’s health and medical systems’ capacity to prepare and respond, we must now focus on current and future needs and recommendations on how to best strengthen those health systems.

On Thursday, April 28 the Bloustein School’s Master of Health Administration Program, in partnership with the American College of Healthcare Executives, NJ Chapter (ACHENJ), hosted a symposium to suggest policy recommendations to help prevent future crises and to address—especially in behavioral health—the long-term impact of COVID on the population, including the intersection of suicide and substance abuse that has spiked during this timeframe.

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