Learning from COVID and Future Pathways
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This book attempted to analyze the issues raised by the chronicity of the Covid pandemic and its governance. The author analyses, the information resources mobilized to combat the pandemic in industrialized countries and pays particular attention to the operational mechanism. The analysis sought to clarify the modalities of operation of the crisis system managing, while at the same time looking at the decision-making mechanisms. The main lines of analysis retained are: the piloting and management of the crisis, the markets for ordering protective equipment and vaccine, the hospital organization and the prevention campaign, the cost and the methods of financing.
Finally, the author, whether it might therefore, not be appropriate to rethink the organization of the pandemic’s governance? The health crisis governing should not be opened up more and deal with societal challenges? This organization is too complex and suffer both from a certain heaviness and from a lack of resources, which is detrimental to it proper functioning. It should first and foremost be open to people in the field whose absence, weighs heavily on the organization of the response to the pandemic. It should also be open to other specialties, even if they seem far removed from public health and medicine, if they are useful to the Government in guiding its action.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 -- A structured analysis of the pandemic governing
Chapter 2 -- Health crisis governance: a negotiated perspective
Chapter 3 -- Addressing pandemic planning: reactions & ramifications
Chapter 4 -- Health Digitalized Informatics for Pandemic
Chapter 5 – Decision making approach in times of health crisis: governing by executive order or by decree
Chapter 6 – Performance measurement in public service: perspectives for safety policies
Chapter 7 – Hospital & Pandemic: the medical and social organization
Chapter 8 – Managing the operational excellence in health crisis
Chapter 9 – Vaccine managing: the economic, industrial and financial aspects
Chapter 10 – Vaccine optimization: advancing a social and collectivist perspective in times of global calamity
Chapter 11 – Towards a new model in health crisis management for the future?
Chapter 12 – Ensuring resilience for public health policies: future pathways
Chapter 13 – Health agency system maturity: rethinking the leadership-expertise connection during disruption
Chapter 14 – Disruptive strategies for containing pandemic crisis.
Chapter 15 -- Mechanisms for mobilizing actors in favour of equitable access to health care
Chapter 16 -- Optimizing pharmaceutical supply chain governance
Chapter 17 -- Reconciling public health and environmental policies
Chapter 18 -- Strategic risks and decision-making optimization for health agency
Chapter 19 -- Conclusion
Prof. Post-Dr. Walter Amedzro St-Hilaire is the author of more than 20 books and around 40 scientific articles. His specialization areas include portfolio management (bank, telecom, health, energy, and agribusiness), project management, entrepreneurship policies, corporate and technology governance, business technology, strategic management, business economics, risk management, economic infrastructures, public administration, international development, and applied economics. He has taught at various universities: HEC-Montreal (Canada), University of Ottawa (Canada), Northwestern University (USA), and George Washington (USA). He has served as Chief Resource’s Economist and Principal Officer of Procurement Operations (UEB United European Bank) and as a Technical Advisor on Economic Strategies and Policy Development (World Bank). He is also a Projects Economics and Financial Business Experts for Several Institutions and international organizations.