We're running out of masks. We're running out of hospital beds. We're running out of ventilators. For each shortage, there's a unique backstory to why we don't have enough, and why the problem is hard to fix. On today's Daily, we talk through each one.
This episode of The Daily, with , is the first thing that really cogently/lucidly explained why the fuck our medical supply chain, from masks to ventilators, is so broken
Health care is a private industry in the U.S., and hospitals are businesses designed to maximize profit, not respond to a pandemic. Listen to today's episode of "The Daily" with
On today's Daily: the backstory behind the dangerous US shortages of three essential medical items so badly needed in this moment -- masks, hospital beds and ventilators. A truly eye-opening explanation from
Health care is a private industry in the U.S., and hospitals are businesses designed to maximize profit, not respond to a pandemic. Listen to today's episode of "The Daily" with
Health care is a private industry in the U.S., and hospitals are businesses designed to maximize profit, not respond to a pandemic. Listen to today's episode of "The Daily" with
I learned a lot in yesterday's episode of The Daily - especially why we have so few hospital beds and ventilators. Worth a listen.