By Monica E. Oss “Hybrid” is a word that is no longer associated with just cars, and plants. The pandemic crisis has changed all of that. We couldn’t dine in our favorite restaurants, but takeout meals ordered online saved the day. My local farmer’s market has created a portal for online orders that are picked up at the market. Grocery stores and drugstores are offering home delivery and curbside pickup that can be initiated with a telephone call or email. But as we move into the post-crisis period, hybrid will take on a new meaning in the delivery of health and human services. The…
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