How to build an E.R. for mental health

One of every eight patients who goes to an E.R. is there for a mental health crisis. Dhruv Khullar is contributing writer at The New Yorker and a physician and an assistant professor at Weill Cornell Medical College. He joins host Krys Boyd to discuss why emergency room departments aren’t set up to care for those in mental health crises and how some hospitals are redesigning their facilities to care for these patients. His article is “Reinventing the E.R. for America’s mental-health crisis.”