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Photo credit   The last few years with Pandemic have taught hospitals so many things. It stretched everyone and everything in all aspects as they tried to balance and provide the right services to the people. According to Dr. Yves Duroseau, chair of emergency medicine and co-chair of disaster planning services at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York. “We saw widespread burnout of staff trying to go above and beyond, every...
Photo credit   The healthcare industry was shaken when Covid-19 pandemic happened. However, it is not only a time for advancement in emergency care, increase R&D on pharmaceuticals but it was also a significant time for different healthcare organization’s growth and partnerships. In the midst of being challenged on being able to provide high quality care, the need to provide accessible healthcare sites,  higher...