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Fall 2020 Issue
This issue considers the adverse impact of COVID-19 on hospital financials, how COVID-19 and policy responses to it can act as natural experiments, and the potential for disparate impact from employment decisions made in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Dr. Argue discusses how the pandemic has driven many hospitals into negative profit margins and the …Read the Issue
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