“The COVID-19 pandemic has proved that crisis tends to be a driver of innovation,” writes Jonathan Bandel, vice president of strategy and innovation for New York’s White Plains Hospital. Read how the hospital devised a new process to screen visitors and keep patients and staff safe when the region became a COVID-19 epicenter.

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