What have you learned from the frontlines of fighting the coronavirus that you most want policy makers, health care administrators and your bosses to know? If you were in charge, what is the first thing you would change to ensure we never go through this again?
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Tammy Bagley , RN ED , ICU , Patient Safety
1.- We must take what we have learned and use it - really evaluate it , listen to frontline and compile the common themes .
2. Take those themes and start the change needed . The theory that a Hospital will always be able to provide any care needed has been challenged and our Vulnerability was made apparent. Hospitals cannot ALWAYS provide everything needed in a community .
3. We must consider the emotional and spiritual side of any pandemic or disaster - while taking away all support from family at a time when a person is…