October 07, 2021

“You know, we’ve learned so much I don’t think we’ll ever go back to the way we were,” said Hollie Seeley, chief operating officer at Rose Medical Center in Denver. “Here, we do a lot of deliveries and we saw women, instead of coming in and staying two to three days, they would be out [of the hospital] within 24 hours. So, that definitely increased our ability to focus resources on someone else.”

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