Before Coronavirus, hospital waiting rooms were populated with people of varying degrees of illness or injury, commingled with visitors and family members there for support. Today these rooms are a very different landscape. Out of necessity, hospitals have been forced to reconsider not just these spaces but also, and more importantly, how people are triaged and admitted to hospitals.
A system in Texas has begun using tents outside of their facilities, as a way to manage this process. There, patients and staff are able to undergo initial screening for COVID-19. Based on their screening results, individuals are labeled with either a red or green sticker and routed to one of two areas for further testing/treatment.
Using this method, hospital personnel are able to quickly triage and administer care to all those entering their facilities.
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