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Past Webinars

Epidemic in a Pandemic: The Opioid Crisis During COVID-19

After more than a decade of increases, overdose deaths finally saw a decline in 2018 (the most recent year for which there is official data). Yet, this positive trend may have come to an abrupt end in early 2020 as the United States faced COVID-19. Anecdotal evidence from the frontlines of the pandemic suggest communities across the US may be experiencing a spike in overdose deaths as economic uncertainty continues and social distancing affects patients’ access to treatment and support services.

In this webinar, experts on substance-use disorder services provide insight on what is happening during the pandemic, the challenges people with substance-use disorders face, and what we can do to improve results.

Preparing the Workforce Development Infrastructure for Recovery

The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the workforce nationwide. Hundreds of thousands of workers were suddenly unemployed or working remotely. Trends affecting the nature of work previously forecast to come to fruition years into the future—such as widespread remote work—have come to the forefront of policy discussions within a few months. The traditional pipeline from school and training into the workforce has also been disrupted. As educators, businesses, and policymakers begin planning for the recovery they must consider how work and employment in the state will change and how those workers displaced by the pandemic can be best prepared to take advantage of the recovery.

This webinar features public sector professionals from New York discussing their response to the emergency to better understand the management challenges and opportunities as the state and localities continue to recover from this unprecedented crisis and prepare for the future.

Read our blog post offering takeaways from this webinar.

Public Sector Management Following the COVID-19 Pandemic

Since the COVID-19 public health emergency began five months ago, state and local governments across the United States have rapidly adopted new policies and adapted their operations to support a state and local workforce that is able to work remotely and deliver essential services to constituents virtually. This ongoing virtualization of both work and services has changed the landscape of the public sector. At a time when the demand for effective government has never been more apparent, it is critical for public sector managers to understand this dynamic landscape in order to reimagine it, ensuring stability and productivity within the workforce, as well as attracting and retaining the people who make government work. In New York, state and local agencies and authorities have developed new management approaches, leveraged telecommuting options, deployed public health and safety precautions for in-person work, and identified key opportunities to improve resiliency and ensure continuity of their operations during the “new normal.”

This webinar features public sector professionals from New York discussing their response to the emergency to better understand the management challenges and opportunities as the state and localities continue to recover from this unprecedented crisis and prepare for the future.

Read our blog post offering takeaways from this webinar.

Reimagining Healthcare Systems after COVID-19

Read our blog post summarizing this webinar which examines the healthcare system’s response to COVID-19 and how we might reimagine healthcare moving forward. Topics covered include:

  • 21st Century Trends in Healthcare: Pre-COVID-19. How have market forces and state and federal healthcare policy over the 21st century reshaped the healthcare system to its current form?
  • Assessing the Healthcare System’s Response to COVID-19. How have these changes impacted the ability of the healthcare system to respond to the COVID-19 public health crisis?
  • Reimagining the Healthcare System Post-COVID-19. What will the healthcare system look like post-COVID-19? What are the policy priorities moving forward?
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