Preparing for COVID in Winter with Drs. Michael Saag, Greg Katz, Ofole Mgbako & Harry Saag
With information on COVID-19 evolving daily, our expert physician panel shares their thoughts on what we can expect from the virus over the next several months. They will also discuss lessons learned from the past seven months. Their conversation addresses topics tied to antibodies, treatment best practices, racial inequalities, innovation, and more!
- Dr. Michael Saag, one of the most influential infectious disease doctors in the country and who is frequently on a number of major media outlets including C-SPAN, CNN, NBC, ABC and The Washington Post (he also survived COVID-19 back in March)
- Dr. Ofole Mgbako, an infectious disease fellow at Columbia University Irving Medical Center in Harlem where racial disparities around Covid-19 are at the forefront
- Dr. Gregory Katz, a cardiologist at Vassar Brothers Medical Center who will share his experiences (the good, the bad and the ugly) treating COVID-19 patients in the ICU at the height of the pandemic in New York City
- Harry Saag, MD, FACP, Co-founder and CEO, Roster Health; Hospitalist, NYU Langone Health
This episode of Bright Spots in Healthcare is sponsored by Knowledge to Practice (K2P), a leading provider of personalized, competency-based lifelong learning for practicing physicians, hospitals, and healthcare systems.
Through K2P’s advanced digital learning platform, practitioners can assess and maintain core medical competencies and keep pace with emerging medicine. Importantly, K2P’s solutions help transform patient care and mitigate risks across hospitals and healthcare systems.