As the pandemic unfolds, health system executives say much is being learned

As the pandemic unfolds, health system executives reflect back on what is learned and what is being learned.

Providence compiled data on the death rates its seen since March and "the numbers brought some good news: the rate was down 40% from where it stood after the first three months of the pandemic."

Dr. Joanne Roberts, chief value officer, noted that information and processes are improving by the day, impacting the death rates positively.

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