Hospitals are scrambling to get extra equipment and outfit more beds and ICU units for COVID-19 patients. Their treatment is time-consuming and expensive. At the same time, hospitals’ lucrative elective procedure business has largely been eliminated. Will the combination bankrupt hospitals? Two experts who have studied the crisis discuss. 


  • Dr. Vivian Ho, Chair, Health Economics, and Director, Center for Health and Biosciences, Rice Univ. and Prof. of Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine
  • Dr. Heidi Russell, Assoc. Prof., Baylor College of Medicine

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