Daily Record: Employment lawyer lays out considerations for workplace vaccination policies

Harriet Cooperman, Saul Ewing
Harriet E. Cooperman, a partner at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP and a veteran employment attorney, laid out several steps employers should take when developing their vaccine policies during a Greater Baltimore Committee virtual event.

Baltimore Business Journal: UMMS CEO: Now is the time for employers to make decisions about vaccine mandates

Dr. Mohan Suntha, UMMS
Dr. Mohan Suntha said the combination of increased cases of Covid-19 and the flu could present a "dramatic challenge" when it comes to the availability of medical resources.

The Delta Variant — Medical & Legal Considerations in the Workplace

Suntha and Cooperman discussed the impact and characteristics of the Delta variant as well as legal considerations concerning mandating vaccinations, requiring masks and other health safety measures.

The Presidents’ Roundtable Presents CEO Briefing: Empowerment Through Entrepreneurship in COVID-19

Presidents' Roundtable event
The Presidents' Roundtable presents an in-person networking event on ways in which we can empower one another and our communities through entrepreneurship.

Baltimore Sun: Turning a corner on crisis, UMMS donates $4.6M worth of COVID PPE to South Asia

UMMS logo
The University of Maryland hospital system is working to transport its donated goods through two groups: Project C.U.R.E. and the International Medical Health Organization.

The Daily Record: Often rivals, 4 Maryland institutions honored for pandemic efforts, collaboration

Bruce Jarrell of UMB and Ronald J. Daniels of Johns Hopkins University
The Regional Visionary Award seeks to celebrate individuals and organizations that have "significantly contributed to the betterment of the Greater Baltimore region."

BBJ: Health experts urge local businesses to help combat misinformation as vaccine rollout continues

Vaccine panelists
Leaders from Johns Hopkins and UMB told a group of Baltimore business leaders Jan. 19 one of the ways they can help things run more smoothly and efficiently is by being understanding about the complexities and pace of vaccinations.

Baltimore Sun: Maryland could receive coronavirus vaccine by next week; hospital workers, nursing home residents to get shots first

Health Care panelists
Maryland’s medical community will focus on vaccinating a diverse range of residents, including those disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, said Dr. Mohan Suntha, president and CEO of the University of Maryland Medical System, during a virtual seminar the Greater Baltimore Committee hosted Dec. 8.