COVID-19 response tools for healthcare providers

Information on sourcing critical goods and materials for responding to COVID-19.

Provider preparedness

COVID-19 provider preparedness

Five action areas for providers to focus on: surge capacity, supply availability, workforce readiness, clinical operations process, and governance and coordination
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What’s behind physician burnout?

We surveyed US physicians about the concerns that may be contributing to their state of burnout during the COVID-19 crisis.
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The prevalence of COVID-19 across the United States

Epidemiological data tracking the extent of the coronavirus outbreak and testing efforts
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COVID-19 case tracker

Epidemiological data on the pandemic, with global, country, and local views.
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Vulnerable populations dashboard

McKinsey’s open-access dashboard looks at individuals with physical or behavioral health vulnerability and their risk for developing COVID-19.

Information on critical supplies

Where to source personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 crisis

Lists of suppliers of personal protective equipment, with a global reach, to help leaders address critical shortages.

Airway protection fact pack

A document meant to explore select questions around securing a sufficient supply of airway protection equipment, including N95 disposable respirators, surgical masks, and PAPRs.

Diagnostic technology fact pack

A high-level summary of COVID-19 testing technologies, with information on the supply landscape and possible ways to increase the supply of testing materials.

COVID-19 critical supply list

Summarized fact base on the availability of medical supplies as related to needs posed by COVID-19.

COVID-19 essential drug list

Essential list for drugs currently being used for COVID-19 treatment and related symptom management.
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