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Emerging Stronger After COVID-19: Priorities for Health System Transformation

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the undeniable fractures and weaknesses exposed in the American health care system, the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) has undertaken a sector-by-sector review of every aspect of the health care system. These COVID-19 impact assessments examine lessons learned and compelling needs in public health; care systems; research; health payers; clinicians; quality, safety, and standards organizations; health product manufacturers and innovators; patients, families, and communities; and digital health. The assessments will be published in NAM Perspectives beginning in April 2021 and will subsequently be bundled and released, with a previously unpublished concluding chapter, as an NAM Special Publication in the Fall of 2021.

Health Resources and Services Administration subject matter experts contributed to the Care Systems COVID-19 Impact Assessment  and Public Health COVID-19 Impact Assessment – the first two papers in the series, published on April 7.

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