Covid-19 kept families and caregivers out of hospitals. Some doctors think that shouldn’t happen again

Limiting caregivers’ access to patients may mean doctors miss out on critical information about a patient’s medical history, especially when a patient is confused or cognitively impaired, said Maura Kennedy, an emergency physician at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

Covid-19 kept families and caregivers out of hospitals. Some doctors think that shouldn’t happen again