30 Day Follow Up: COVID-19 Rapid Clinical Updates: The Present and Future State of COVID-19 Management

Beginning with the hospital and expanding our focus to all healthcare settings, we examine current therapies for COVID-19 pandemic alongside emerging therapies for COVID-19 as an endemic. Panelists will touch on future oral therapies in the context of readmissions, post discharge, long haulers, and mutations while fielding audience questions.


Jagriti Chadha, MD, FHM


Schmuel Shoham, MD


This activity was made possible in part by an educational grant from Gilead Sciences, Inc.


Target Audience

This activity is designed for hospitalists and front line clinicians working working with COVID-19 patients.

Learning Objectives

  • Evaluate current guidance for treatment of COVID-19 patients requiring hospitalization
  • Review COVID-19 hospitalization trends in the US
  • Discuss findings from randomized clinical trials for treatments in hospitalized COVID-19 patients
  • Understand recent recommendations regarding the diagnosis and prevention of VTE in hospitalized adult COVID-19 patients
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Shmuel Shoham, MD

  • Research support payments from DoD, NIH, Bloomberg Foundation, Ansun, Cidara, F2G

  • Direct payment from Intermountain Health, Celltrion, Adagio, Immunome, Karyopharm for DSMB and advisory board membership

Remaining faculty had no relevant financial or advisory relationships with corporate organizations related to this activity.


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This activity was made possible in part by an educational grant from Gilead Sciences, Inc.


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