- Do the concepts of minimizing supplies, theory of constraints, and value stream mapping work well enough when applying them to process management of COVID19 patients?
- How would a random sampling strategy help assess infections rates?
- What innovative methods beyond individual human testing can be used to detect COVID19 outbreaks and trace cases? (Wastewater testing, smart phone movement …)
I am blessed to be able to work primarily from home per usual but, of course, have been 100% from home right now.
The program I work in serves some of the most medically high risk individuals per CDC guidance so tensions have been high on how to keep them safe and healthy. Many live in residential settings like assisted livings, adult family homes, or nursing homes and those congregate settings just add another troubling layer.
We've utilized Power Bi to try to identify emerging trends with our membership as well as across the state utilizing statewide data and to identify those at greatest at risk due to comorbidities (based on ICD-10 diagnoses) and other factors. This has been very helpful.
Wondering what others are doing?