Resources for leading through a crisis and planning forward
Planning Forward in the COVID Era

A process and tools for stabilizing and strengthening palliative care programs during COVID-19.

Managing Through COVID-19

Recorded presentation outlining key leadership lessons for palliative care during the pandemic.

Fast Five: Planning and Re-Planning in Periods of Uncertainty Such as this COVID Era

5-minute video in which Donna W. Stevens, MHA, Program Director of OACIS/Palliative Medicine at Lehigh Valley Health Network in Northeast Pennsylvania, discusses how the palliative care team collaboratively worked with organizational stakeholders to re-plan, and ultimately expand, their practice to better support growing needs. Includes principals for approaching leadership when financial resources are limited, and outlines what was included in OACIS's plan.

Leading Through a Crisis: Leadership Tips from the Field

Tips from palliative care teams about four important actions leaders can take to stabilize teams and maintain quality care through a crisis.

Leading Through a Crisis: Recommended Reading

Helpful articles and references focused on leadership during a crisis.

Demonstrating Palliative Care Value: During and After the COVID-19 Crisis

Ways to ensure that palliative care expertise is well-utilized and highly valued in the context of COVID-19.

Planning Beyond a Crisis: Steps for Finding Your Palliative Care Team’s "New Normal"

Four steps palliative care programs can follow as they plan forward beyond the COVID-19 crisis.

Fast Five: Leadership Tips to be Prepared for a Stressful Budget Season in the COVID-19 Era

CAPC consultant Lynn Spragens, MBA, shares four tips for proactively approaching what will likely be a complicated year of staffing and budget planning as healthcare organizations and practices grapple with the impacts of COVID-19. 5-minute video.

Reporting Registry: The PCQC–COVID19 Case Report

Short case report form hosted by the Palliative Care Quality Collaborative to collate experiences of palliative care clinicians in caring for COVID-19 positive, PUI (Person Under Investigation), and recovered patients. These experiences will be shared with the palliative care community to foster clarity in the field through continuous learning.