Right Pocket, Left Pocket: Achieving Buy-In for Single-Use

Right Pocket, Left Pocket: Achieving Buy-In for Single-Use

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Throughout the pandemic, hospitals have had to implement creative approaches to soften staffing shortages. Medical device companies have also gotten innovative.

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