Increasing Capacity to Care Through a Virtual Hospital

COVID-19 has prompted many changes in the way hospitals manage and care for their patients. As hospitals across the nation deal with the ebb and flow of COVID-19 patients and shortages of ICU beds, North Carolina’s Atrium Health has found a promising solution to increasing their inpatient capacity. Elisa Arespacochaga, Vice president of AHA's Physician Alliance, explores Atrium’s approach in this conversation with hospital leaders.


 

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