How Hospitals Are Transforming in Coronavirus Fight


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MarinHealth has outfitted more than 90 rooms, including 10 intensive care unit beds, with special equipment that enables physicians, nurses and other personnel to deliver much of the patient care virtually from multiple stations situated throughout the facility and to combine multiple tasks into a single in-person visit. Banyan Medical Systems, Omaha, Neb., has pledged to provide telehealth equipment to outfit 1,000 inpatient rooms in hospitals across the nation at no charge for 90 days. And a new AHA resource provides tips on the use of virtual care in all settings during the COVID-19 pandemic.