Published in Healthcare Design: Solutions for Pandemic-Related Healthcare Capacity Issues

April 20, 2020

How can we solve the pressing need to increase capacity to treat infected COVID19 patients? Our experts share key considerations with Healthcare Design.

By Tariq Amlani, Patrick Chambers, Jeff Hankin, and Douglas King

 

Around the world, health facilities are mobilizing to manage their assets to meet the anticipated increase of infectious patients associated with the spread of the COVID-19 virus. One of the overwhelming issues faced by healthcare facilities is the potential volume of critical patients and the availability of treatment areas capable of being isolated from other patients. There’s a pressing need to increase patient bed space capacity as quickly as possible to treat infected patients.

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