Lt. Gen. Ronald Place, director of the Defense Health Agency, as he began his View from the Top session at HIMSS21 on Wednesday said, “I’ve been looking forward to this engagement since you first invited me … in 2019.” Yes, the world has changed dramatically since March 2020, when the novel coronavirus initially threw the world into disarray and caused the cancellation of that year’s conference.
Despite all of the pain and disruption over the past year and a half, the healthcare system has learnt a lot since then. It’s vital to take a moment to appreciate all of your efforts. The sacrifices made by everyone of you individually and collectively over the last 18 months have resulted in the answers we have today.
How do we keep ships at sea in a safe manner? How will we be able to launch submarines and planes? With… this, how do we handle army moves around the world? Information is the answer. We need it done well, and we need it done quickly. And we’ll need it to make decisions about how to deal with the epidemic while maintaining our capacity to project a fighting force.According to him, the Department of Defense promptly formed a task force to design a testing strategy for the whole Armed Forces. It detracts from the mission’s goal. It diverts aircraft carriers from the mission’s objectives. It has the capacity to keep planes grounded and submarines in port. Takes health-care personnel away from their regular duties and assigns them to other tasks, possibly in different parts of the country.
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