COVID-19 Necessitates a New Look for Healthcare Facilities

November 6, 2020
Woman in mask at reception desk

COVID-19 significantly changed many aspects of healthcare delivery. The coronavirus cast a spotlight on personal protective equipment (PPE), but non-acute care is also experiencing changes in medical supplies, telehealth, safety precautions and more. See how providers’ offices and staff look different compared to before the pandemic. Here’s a look at the changes. 

  • COVID-19 screening kiosk.
  • Touchless thermometers.
  • Face shields for all employees.
  • Face masks for all patients.
  • Touchless hand sanitizer machines and stands.
  • Workspace dividers.
  • Anti-microbial coated furniture.
  • Signage reminders of social distancing.
  • Patients only in facilities.
  • Improved air filtration.
  • Plexiglass screens.
  • Reduced seating that’s 6-feet apart in waiting room.
  • No reading materials or toys in waiting room.
Clinic lobby with updated precautions for COVID

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