As the Delta variant surges, hospitals are suspending elective surgeries to have more space and staff for COVID-19 patients, resulting in lower profits and higher costs. "The financial implications are serious," health economist Vivian Ho told the Houston Chronicle.
Ho holds the James A. Baker III Institute Chair in Health Economics.
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