A Rutgers expert discusses the safety measures being taken by doctors’ offices, emergency rooms and hospitals to reduce exposure to coronavirus

As the flu season approaches and COVID-19 cases tick up, many people will need to seek care from their doctors and at hospital emergency departments. While it makes sense to avoid exposure to places where sick people gather and manage health care at home with the support of telemedicine, M. Douglas Baker, professor of pediatrics and vice chair for clinical development, department of pediatrics at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, discusses the safety practices put in place to protect patients who need to seek urgent care or hospitalization. To read the full story.