In this podcast episode, Scott Hecker, Senior Counsel in the Labor and Employment department of Seyfarth’s Washington, DC office, is again joined by Dr. Nupe Mehta, health care executive and clinician, to explore issues surrounding tracing, testing, and isolating as response and prevention strategies for COVID-19.
With cases spiking and guidance frequently changing, communities need to continue their efforts to mitigate COVID-19’s spread. Case investigation, contact tracing, and supported isolation and quarantine are all part of the solution, but what hurdles must these strategies overcome to prove effective in battling the virus?
Dr. Nupe Mehta Technical Advisor - COVID Accompaniment Unit, Partners in Health Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, George Washington University Hospital
Dr. Nupe Mehta is a health care executive and clinician focused on issues of value based care delivery, payment reform, and pandemic preparedness. He currently works as a Technical Advisor with Partners in Health's COVID Accompaniment Unit and has previously held roles at CareMore Health, the Advisory Board Company, Evolent Health, and McKinsey and Company. He continues to practice clinically as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the George Washington University Hospital in Washington, DC.