Join Alex McDonald, MD, and Charu Soni, MD, for a conversation on helping patients stay engaged in their health beyond the exam room.
With the end of the Public Health Emergency, health care organizations transition to the endemic stage of COVID-19 and look back at lessons learned. Hawaii had the lowest death rate in the nation (147 deaths per 100,000), according to a recent study published in The Lancet. In this PermanenteDocs Chat, host Alex McDonald, MD, talks with Tarquin Collis, MD, of the Hawaii Permanente Medical Group, to hear more about what the medical group did to provide quality care to COVID patients in Hawaii, and how they’re addressing post-acute sequelae SARS-CoV-2 (PASC), commonly known as long COVID. Watch the full replay or listen to the podcast above.
- Tarquin Collis, MD, infectious disease physician, chief of Infectious Diseases, and chief of Medical Specialties, Hawaii Permanente Medical Group.