In one year, the country's health care system has had to deal with millions sickened by the coronavirus while still delivering routine medical care.
The pandemic forced rapid changes in how health care is administered. Doctors quickly ramped up the use of telehealth visits, and the Mayo Clinic has a pilot program to provide services at home that were previously only available at a hospital.
Today on Wellness Wednesday on All Sides with Ann Fisher, our week-long series A Year of COVID looks at the future of healthcare delivery plus what researchers are learning about children and COVID.
Dr. Michael Saag, infectious disease expert and associate dean for Global Health; director, University of Alabama Birmingham Center for AIDS Research
Dr. Adrienne Randolph, pediatric critical care specialist, Boston Children's Hospital
Dr. John Halamka, president, Mayo Clinic Platform