Let’s face it. Before COVID-19 became a household word, we all knew our health-care system was broken. We’ve heard the stories of heroes on the front lines doing so much to save lives, yet with so few resources. The United States of America, the richest country in the world, is falling behind other countries in our ability to handle the strain of the virus on the already overburdened and dysfunctional health-care system. 

Before COVID-19, there was another threat to Americans’ health. It’s commonly referred to as “health-care acquired conditions” or “HAC’s.” In Texas, where I hail from, you know if something has an official title, it’s a real thing!

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