COVID-19 Advisory and Consulting Services
The Mount Sinai Health System has played a leading role in the response to the COVID-19 crisis in New York and the United States. Since the virus was discovered, we have been fully engaged in preparation, clinical response, and research efforts within our own institution; we have also assisted other hospitals, health care providers, corporations, and governments with their protocols. During the peak of the COVID-19 crisis in New York, we consistently had more than 2,000 patients in our hospitals and more than 450 cases in our ICUs at any given time. To date Mount Sinai has discharged more than 5,100 COVID-19 patients from our hospitals.
For these reasons, Mount Sinai is strongly positioned to provide customized advisory and consulting services for other organizations as they respond to the COVID-19 crisis.
Our current service offerings include:
- Organizational Preparedness
- Hospital and Ambulatory Practice Operations
- Treatment Protocols
- Emergency Response
- Human Resources and Employee Assistance Programs
- Screening Protocols for Patients and Staff
- Internal and External Stakeholder Engagement and Communication
- Processes and Protocols for Resuming Elective Procedures and Visits
Examples of Mount Sinai’s response to the COVID-19 crisis:
- Trained a consulate in New York on COVID-19 response and related procedures
- Advised an international financial institution on their COVID-19 response and on employee health and safety
- Arranged collaborative COVID-19 discussions between Mount Sinai’s clinical leadership and institutions in China and Europe
- Developed one of the first COVID-19 antibody tests, which received emergency authorization from the FDA
- Spearheaded convalescent plasma treatment
- Conducted research establishing that anticoagulants improved the chances of survival among hospitalized COVID-19 patients
- Revealed a potential correlation between abnormal strokes in young adults and mild COVID-19 cases
- Devised a method to reconfigure VPAP machines into ventilators.
Learn more about Mount Sinai’s response to COVID-19.