Indiana University Health, part of AHA’s Living Learning Network, was able to overcome early supply chain challenges during the pandemic and help smaller health care neighbors in need, writes Dan Handel, M.D., vice president and chief medical officer for the health system’s south central region. AHA’s Living Learning Network helps health care professionals discuss, ideate and transform health care in response to COVID-19 and prepare for future public health emergencies. Read more.

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