The world’s most COVID-19 afflicted country is the US: as at early August, more than 4.7 million have contracted the virus and over 150,000 have died. California, Florida and Texas are among the worst affected states, while, at the other end of the scale, Vermont has just a fraction of those in the harder-hit states. As a vast country with a decentralised healthcare system, the effects are being felt differently at a state level – and therefore across the various hospital specialties and associated services. Third Bridge Forum has conducted numerous Interviews with industry experts on the implications of COVID-19 for different parts of the American healthcare system.
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