Health care leaders have typically pointed to resource constraints as the reason for the United States health care system’s high costs and poor outcomes. Emerging evidence suggests that COVID has had a severe impact on the mental health of health care workers. Focus on health and safety measuresFrom the beginning of the pandemic, health care workers were not being supplied with the appropriate personal protection equipment (PPE). Move care delivery to the virtual spaceCOVID has accelerated the transition of health care delivery from in-person to telehealth, increasing patients’ access to health care services. These data-driven initiatives will continue to expand and enable health care leaders to make rapid assessments and take strategic decisions, both for improving patient care and for the allocation of health care workers within an organization.