In this episode of GuideWire, Devin Hubbard with FastTraCS talks to Dr. Rob Lampman about his experiences managing COVID-19 patients and the directions of hospital medicine post-COVID. What was in short supply and what changes in practice are expected?
Dr. Lampman is a hospitalist at UNC and member of the FastTraCS Clinical Advisory Group. He reflects on predictions he set for medical supplies, such as disposable stethoscopes, masks, and face shields.
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“On the inpatient side, it felt like we were kind of living on the edge. It felt like some days we had enough N95s that fit and sometimes we didn’t.”
“Inside the hospital, honestly, it seemed like we were playing Whac-A-Mole.”
“Don’t waste your crisis.”
“You’re going to have to change the model of how we deliver some of this care, and I think it’s going to have to create some flexibility.”
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