COVID-19 Response Consulting

COVID-19 Response Consulting Services for Health Care Organizations

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused health care organizations to adjust to clinical resource and financial challenges that would have previously been unthinkable. Where can your organization focus its response? And what should you do next? Learn how we can help you combat the coronavirus with resilience.

Seemingly overnight, the COVID-19 pandemic has rapidly changed the course of health care’s future. The health care ecosystem and the consumers it serves face an unfamiliar world of remote working, virtual doctor visits, and a supply chain marked by extreme shortages.

The COVID-19 outbreak poses significant and evolving challenges for healthcare communities, hospitals, governments and regulators. The humanitarian cost to our communities is vast and the economic impact to businesses and financial markets remains uncertain. Every hospital, university and business has a unique operating environment with different requirements, regulations, structures, employees, and customers. A one-size-fits-all approach to COVID-19 workplace safety simply does not work.

Each of our clients will face their own unique challenges as they focus on both the safety of their people and the continuity of their operations. JBara’s mission is to understand your organization’s needs at the operational and human levels and balance those needs with the latest CDC and WHO guidelines, best practices, local regulations, and our in-house expertise. The result is a structured COVID-19 management program ideally suited for your business.

J Bara can help health care organizations respond to the pandemic by drawing on the scalable, experienced support of our industry-leading health care professional services and expertise honed during the H1N1, Zika, and Ebola responses.

 J Bara COVID-19 Business Consulting Services Include:

  • Custom respiratory and safe worker program development and ongoing wellness
  • Screening, testing, and case management plans
  • Return to work guidance
  • Culture and climate assessment
  • Liability reduction planning
  • Resource utilization
  • Review and implementation of current CDC, WHO, and local guidelines
  • Population health assessment, readiness and preparedness
  • Scenario planning and strategy
  • Health and enterprise risk analytics
  • Crisis response and management
  • Strategic communications
  • Hospital and healthcare facility design and refurbishment
Paul Barach

internationally trusted covid-19 correspondent ​