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How COVID-19 Continues to Change Pediatric Healthcare with Raphe Schwartz and Rhae Gamber (S5:E5)

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For the last 18 months we have collectively navigated personal and professional challenges related to the pandemic – We have celebrated the achievements of science with the development of the COVID vaccines and we have grieved the compounding impacts to all things “normal” in life, including how we deliver care to our patient families. Today, we face a national shortage of healthcare workers converging with an increased demand for care as a historic early respiratory season and the Delta variant circulate in our communities. In this episode we are joined by Raphe Schwartz and Rhae Gamber to discuss the pediatric healthcare landscape and unique considerations for pediatric providers.

Raphe serves as Chief Strategy Officer at Children's Hospital Colorado and joining us from Sg2 Healthcare Intelligence services, Rhae Gamber, Consulting Director of Women’s Health & Pediatric Intelligence.

If any children’s hospital leaders or pediatric providers are looking for more info on Sg2 visit https://www.sg2.com/childrens

To listen to our last discussion about the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on primary care pediatrics and the broader pediatric healthcare delivery system, listen to COVID-19 & the Pediatric Healthcare Landscape with Madeleine McDowell, MD, Karyl Kopaskie, PhD and Raphe Schwartz (S4:E8)

Do you have thoughts about today's episode or suggestions for a future topic? Write to us, chartingpediatrics@childrenscolorado.org 

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