COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout, What to Expect in January 2021

Is your health system prepared for the COVID vaccine deployment? In this webinar you will learn:

  • Specific differences among the vaccines, including side effects
  • State-specific considerations
  • What is likely to happen after Inauguration Day?
  • Best practices for health systems to properly prepare for the next stage


Dr. Graham is a board-certified infectious disease specialist with over 20 years’ experience designing healthcare IT solutions and implementing electronic health records.

A former executive at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital and Cedars-Sinai Health System, Ms. Heaphy has held numerous leadership positions with a focus on performance improvement, patient safety, and data and analytics.

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