Standardizing Response for COVID-19 and Influenza Commingling As of the end of June 2020 the U.S. has suffered more than 120,000 deaths relating to COVID-19. The first weeks and months of the 2020 pandemic were rife with foreseeable and preventable supply chain related catastrophes. Future research will undoubtedly show the delayed and insufficient governmental responses to medical experts’ requests for help and materials to have cost many innocent American lives. It is paramount for hospitals to never again owe their ability to continue operations to politicians ill-equipped to make proper medical decisions. The iterations of bottlenecked workflow in health care…
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