The COVID-19 crisis has proven the sternest test to the healthcare sector. And it’s not over yet. What’s worse, the healthcare system remains more vulnerable than ever to a simultaneous hit from a second catastrophic health event, which might overwhelm its capabilities as well as those of local and regional emergency responders. Why’s that? Well, events of this nature pose a response challenge many orders of magnitude greater than common medical disasters. Casualties tend to be higher, and critical healthcare infrastructure is likelier to be degraded. Add to that, catastrophic health events often lead to the temporary loss of situational…
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