Reinventing the healthcare facility post-Covid

There could be fundamental differences in care, according to a new whitepaper


The coronavirus pandemic has changed almost everything about what was considered “normal” in the running of healthcare facilities.

According to a new white paper  on the Flad website. there could be fundamental differences in how facilities deliver healthcare.

As facilities plan for the future, they will likely employ a variety of methods to avoid future shutdown of services. 

Which new operational protocols will remain and what may be left behind is a matter of debate.

 Read the complete white paper 

 

 



July 30, 2020


Topic Area: Maintenance and Operations


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