Getting Hospital Care During a Pandemic

In this podcast, Nancy Foster, Vice President for Quality and Patient Safety Policy at the AHA, is joined by Paul Skolnik, chair of medicine and an infectious disease specialist at Carillion Clinic in Roanoke, Virginia, to discuss what patients should know about getting care at a hospital during a pandemic and the new practices and protocols hospitals and health systems are enacting to keep patients safe.


 

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