HealthTech Magazines July 26, 2021

By Kenneth Komorny, PharmD, BCPS, Chief Pharmacy Officer, Moffitt Cancer Center

Last year, the world endured a global pandemic that terrorized human lives like never before seen in modern times. The deaths associated with or caused by COVID-19 led to a sense of fear and worry that remains unprecedented. Families, communities, states, and nations navigated this disease, and different approaches were taken to mitigate the complications. With no playbook to manage this disease, some approaches succeeded and some failed. 

This pandemic was the quintessential disrupter. Many aspects of what we considered normal were turned upside down, and this epic disturbance caused many significant changes to standard processes and procedures. Businesses were either shut down or needed to provide services in a way...

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