New Jersey’s Response To COVID-19
Saturday, March 13, 2021
8:50am – 9:50am
Commissioner Persichilli will present an overview of the State’s role in COVID-19 pandemic response, including contact tracing, pandemic surveillance, public communication, and vaccine rollout. She will also introduce how data and information systems have informed equitable COVID-19 interventions and broader transparency and accountability, and prioritization considerations around determining vaccine eligibility based on the program’s goals of preventing morbidity & mortality and preserving societal functioning.
- Understand elements of COVID-19 pandemic response
- Understand how information systems and technology have been used to manage equitable COVID-19 interventions and provide transparency and accountability to diverse communities across NJ
- Understand how vaccine eligibility criteria have been informed by imperatives to prevent mortality and morbidity and to preserve functioning of society
Judith Persichilli, RN, BSN, MA
New Jersey Department of Health
Commissioner Persichilli has no financial or non-financial conflicts of interest relevant to this activity.
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The following planners and reviewers have stated that they have no conflict of interest relative to this activity: Theresa J. Barrett, PhD, CMP, CAE; Mirela Feurdean, MD; Tamie Proscia-Lieto, MD; Jonathan Shammash, MD, FACP; Nayan Kothari, MD, Christine Bersani, Kathleen Cavallo; Herb Holland