Check out the US Reopenings, Travel, And Face Coverings Measures Map for the latest information on state-level policies.
Check out the US State Access and Re-Entry Programs Map for information on travel policies during emergencies.
Healthcare Ready’s Role During the COVID-19 Outbreak
Healthcare Ready helps to strengthen healthcare supply chains through collaboration with public health and private sectors by addressing pressing issues before, during, and after disasters. As a convener of industry and government, we safeguard patient health by providing solutions to critical problems and best practices for healthcare preparedness and response.
This page provides information for the healthcare and public health community.
Healthcare Ready is closely monitoring the following areas related to the COVID-19 outbreak:
These social media graphics shows tips and information on how to stay safe while participating in protests or demonstrations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This infographic presents the findings from Healthcare Ready’s most recent international poll (conducted in May 2018) on patient perspectives on the health system. The graphic reveals key pre-pandemic insights on how respondents in 13 countries around the world view as the greatest risks to their health (ranging from disease outbreaks to civil unrest) and how they interact with their country’s health systems.
The COVID-19 pandemic puts certain groups at a greater risk for severe illness and death. COVID-19 is especially harmful to the elderly and those with underlying health conditions. Healthcare Ready aims to protect these populations now, and during all public health emergencies, as we know the risk is often far greater for them.
This infographic shows a few likely causes of the disparate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Black and Latinx communities. Black and Latinx people are testing positive and dying at higher rates from coronavirus. This pandemic is made worse by existing health and socioeconomic inequities, and in turn, it is worsening those disparities in Black and Latinx communities.
This infographic breaks down key features of resilient communities, in contrast with communities that lack resilient public health infrastructure. People of color usually fare worse in crises, like the COVID-19 pandemic, due to systemic inequities made worse by disasters. This graphic highlights the various ways we can harm or build resilience at the community level.
It can be hard to find the best information about coronavirus (COVID-19). Healthcare Ready’s mission is to provide patients with the best resources and information during these uncertain times.
Some groups are disproportionately affected by COVID-19 due to many overlapping factors, such as chronic disease, essential worker status, and structural inequalities. Healthcare Ready shines a light on our fears and illuminates solutions to reduce these disparities.
Disasters strike with little or no warning. Tornadoes, hurricanes, pandemics like COVID-19 and more can show up at a moment’s notice. Take the time you have now to prepare for the next emergency and protect your health against disasters. Visit our Resources page to get started.
Having end stage renal disease (ESRD) makes you more vulnerable to severe illness from COVID-19. It might feel scary as you venture outside your home for dialysis treatment. You can stay safe by wearing masks, observing social distancing, and staying current with their treatment.
What is an emergency refill? Before a disaster strikes, an emergency refill allows you to get a refill on your prescription medications before your actual refill is due.
Download this COVID-19 patient and community toolkit to learn more about support, information, supplies and resources available from Healthcare Ready and partners to assist patients and community organizations dealing with the effects of COVID-19. (en Español)
Download this COVID-19 healthcare supplychain partner toolkit to learn more about how your company can work with Healthcare Ready and its partners in providing supplies and resources to healthcare groups, community organizations and patients as they cope with the effects of COVID-19 in their communities. (en Español)
Download this COVID-19 toolkit to help you assist community organizations, healthcare providers, and constituents in staying safe and healthy during this pandemic. The toolkit outlines how you can work with Healthcare Ready to procure personal protective equipment and medical supplies, provide assistance to your constituents on navigating healthcare needs, and how to communicate critical messages to your constituents. (en Español)
Healthcare Ready has created a map to help you track four types of emergency prescription refill measures by state in response to the novel coronavirus.
The International Travel and Transportation Restrictions Map provides a global overview of measures taken by countries and businesses impacting the movement of people and goods across countries.
Find relevant pandemic business continuity resources for the healthcare supply chain including best practices for disinfection and infection control and guidance for workforce protection.
Healthcare Ready COVID-19 Response Summaries
Healthcare Ready COVID-19 Situation Reports
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Healthcare Sector Resources for COVID-19
Supply Chain Information
Information for Patient Care Settings
State-Specific Information on COVID-19
COVID-19 Case Maps
Visit our United States Measures and Travel Restrictions Map for a full list of state level Emergency Declarations.
Other COVID-19 Resources
Healthcare Ready COVID-19 Resources
COVID-19 Situation Dashboards and Updates
COVID-19 Travel Advisories
Healthcare Ready (formerly Rx Response) helps to strengthen healthcare supply chains through collaboration with public health and private sectors by addressing pressing issues before, during, and after disasters. As the convener of industry and government, we safeguard patient health by providing solutions to critical problems. And, we provide best practices for healthcare preparedness and response. Learn more about how to support Healthcare Ready.