The Intersection of Innovation and Compassion - Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips, Chief Clinical Officer at Providence Health
Osmosis: Raise the Line Podcast
Have you wondered what it was like for the doctors who treated the very first COVID-19 patients when so little was known about the disease? Well, you can find out directly from the source in this episode of Raise the Line. The initial cases were in Seattle where Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips works as the chief clinical officer at Providence Health, one of the nation’s largest health systems. In that role, she was deeply involved in quickly creating protocols to triage, test and treat the COVID patients who started to flow in. She was also involved in making masks for providers in the basement of the hospital as the crisis took hold. The COVID experience has deepened her commitment to make great healthcare available and affordable for everyone in the U.S., and in this insightful conversation with Shiv Gaglani, she shares many examples of the innovations Providence is employing to reach that goal.
Health Care Administration
Compton-Phillips, Amy, "The Intersection of Innovation and Compassion - Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips, Chief Clinical Officer at Providence Health" (2020). Articles, Abstracts, and Reports. 4106.