March 15, 2022
There are plenty of lessons to be learned from the COVID-19 pandemic related to public health, international disease research, the role of government, and combatting misinformation. From the early days of the outbreak, however, it’s been clear that the virus revealed weaknesses in the healthcare supply chain that made it difficult to get enough of the right equipment when it was needed.
So, what lessons have we learned, specifically, and how can technology enable healthcare to be ready when the next viral outbreak occurs?
In this podcast, Leonard Gutierrez applies his many of years of supply chain IT experience to the pandemic to explain what we know and how we can use that knowledge to get ahead of future public health issues.