There’s been no shortage of stories about the stress that the COVID-19 pandemic put on the economy and people’s lives, but it also forced the healthcare industry to rethink processes, workflow and how to more efficiently care for patients. At Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, like other institutions, the pandemic spurred innovation. The health system, for instance, used 3D printing technology to produce swabs for testing kits when supplies from Italy were running low. Modern Healthcare Managing Editor Matthew Weinstock spoke with Dr. Harold Paz, CEO of Wexner and executive vice president and chancellor for health affairs at OSU, about ways to promote innovation during a crisis.
The Check Up: Dr. Harold Paz of Wexner Medical Center at Ohio State University
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