As a community, we must be prepared to meet the escalating needs of our population, said Dr. Eva Ritvo.
Masks alone are not enough to control COVID-19 and must be coupled with other nonpharmacologic interventions.
Our world needs grace more than ever and what better place to start but with us.
Frequent and open communication with all professional stakeholders is important in the planning process, three experts said.
Patients and families recognize the risks hospitalists are assuming, but transparent communication is essential.
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