With new medical crises looming, experts offer emergency preparedness planning tips
5 days ago - By Healio
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed problems within U.S. health care systems that would be prudent to address now before another medical crisis surfaces, experts cautioned during a recent webinar hosted by U.S. News & World Report.
The webinar was held amid reports from mainstream media and state health departments that some states have either rationed health care or come perilously close to doing so in the past several weeks.
Many health systems are being asked to do more with fewer health care professionals, raising concern about health system's ability to respond to future medical
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