The COVID-19 pandemic continues to put a massive strain on our health care system. Despite overcoming the early shortages of PPE and scarce resources such as ventilators, hospitals and health care providers daily continue to reassess the potentially lasting implications for how health care is delivered and managed in this country. In this episode of the RANE Insights podcast, RANE's Emily Donahue speaks with Dr. Daniel Engelman, a heart surgeon, medical researcher, innovator, and medical director of the Heart, Vascular and Critical Care Units at Baystate Medical Center. He shares his perspective on these implications and what they mean for hospitals, doctors, patients and our children.
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