After the recent surges of patients needing critical care, ifyou asked any New Yorker, "Would it be beneficial to have morephysicians and more hospitals available to treat patients?" theanswer would be a resounding yes.

In the age of COVID-19, there are three legislative acts thathave greatly reduced the ability of the health care system to scaleand react to a pandemic. Combined, they have set the tablefor the virus to inflict maximum damage on the healthcare industry's ability to treat and care forpatients.

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