David Hutton

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How Do Hospitals Prepare for a Pandemic?

Q&A with David Hutton

Even when we’re not facing a global pandemic, influxes in patients happen fairly regularly and there’s a lot hospitals have already been doing to prepare. What makes this situation different and how are hospitals responding? Health Management and Policy professor David Hutton explains.

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Hepatitis B: Stopping a Silent Killer

Q&A with David Hutton

Every year, hepatitis B kills more than 780,000 people around the world, and is the single most serious liver infection, according to the World Health Organization. David Hutton, associate professor of Health Management and Policy, says early diagnosis and treatment is key to stopping the spread of the disease in the United States.