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Topic - John Easton
Delivering medical care in a blizzard proved challenging for hospitals throughout the Midwest. The University of Chicago Medical Center is an example.
"This study adds to a growing body of evidence on this important policy issue," said John Easton, director of the Institute of Education Sciences in the Department of Education, which commissioned the study.
Easton says the emergency room was strangely deserted because ambulances couldn't navigate unplowed side streets.