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ETHICS IN THE TIME OF COVID 37 39 40 41 43

A Pandemic Ethical Conundrum: Must Health Care Workers Risk Their Lives to Treat COVID-19 Patients? Saving Ourselves from the Groundhog Day Effect When the Current Crisis Passes, Will We All Still be Created Equal? What Happens When We Run Out of Ventilators? Jewish Law and State Guidelines May Have Different Answers The Ethical Minefield of Prioritizing Health Care for Some with COVID-19

INNOVATION AND ADOPTIVE LEADERSHIP IN THE TIME OF COVID 47 48 50 51 53 55 56 57

The COVID-19 Vaccine is Coming. But Will We Be Ready? How Tech Is Saving Lives During COVID Amid a Historic Pandemic, Public Health Must Take the Lead Even With Other Concurrent Disasters Don’t Disparage the Pace of COVID-19 Research The COVID-19 Pandemic: For-Profit Health Plans Win, Hospitals Lose Hospital Industry Faces Reckoning: Where Do We Go From Here? COVID-19: In the Race for a Vaccine, Biopharmaceutical Companies Showing Moral Imperative Wake Up Call For Industry Leaders: The Time To Think About COVID-19 As A Complex Adaptive Challenge Is Now

LOOKING FORWARD IN THE TIME OF COVID 61 62

Want More Women in Leadership Roles? Focus on Their Strategy and Not Their Smile Generation COVID: From the Eye of the Storm, a New Generation is Born

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