In a letter to The New York Times Inge Garrison discusses how healthcare organizations should handle employee safety concerns during COVID-19

 

A crisis is no time for hospitals to ignore problems. In a letter to The New York Times, Verge Chief Clinical Officer Inge Garrison explained the importance of listening to healthcare professionals who raise safety concerns, even during the coronavirus pandemic: “Failure to ensure employee safety now will have long-lasting consequences: If staff morale dips or great people quit, the impact will be bad for patients long after the threat from COVID-19 is over,” she wrote. Read the letter

 

 

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