Companies big and small that provide telemedicine services are now finding themselves in demand. One example is AmWell, a Boston-based telehealth provider that already serves more than 150 million individuals across 55 health plans, is seeing an opportunity to expand its reach. “Telehealth is being rediscovered,” Dr Peter Antall, the chief medical officer, told the New York Times. “Everybody recognizes this is an all-hands-on-deck moment. We need to scale up wherever we can.” Other telehealth companies such as Ro, Teladoc and MDLive are providing free online assessments to help patients diagnose Covid-19, according to a recent report from Fast Company. … [Read more...] about Yes, small businesses are suffering – but some are helping to fight coronavirus
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'I think it will go through pretty well, from what I hear. Virtually everybody. There could be one vote. One vote. There could be one grandstander maybe,' he said, though neglected to name any lawmaker. 'And for that, we will have to come back and take a little more time. But it will pass. It'll just take a little longer. But let's see whether or not we have a grandstander.' … [Read more...] about Trump makes extraordinary claim Gov. Cuomo is exaggerating NY’s need for ventilators in wild Hannity interview as the nation’s coronavirus epicenter tops 37,000 cases and hospitals verge on the edge of collapse
Amazon’s attempt to stop customers buying Hachette books as a way of putting pressure on the publisher also prompted outrage from almost 1,000 authors, including Donna Tartt, Salman Rushdie, John Grisham and Stephen King, who signed a petition demanding Amazon stop using writers as hostages in its negotiations. The group, Authors United, also took out a full page advert in the New York Times attacking Amazon’s actions. … [Read more...] about Amazon and publisher Hachette end dispute over online book sales
The company has tripled its capacity since December, adding employees and production lines, and moving to seven-day working at factories in the UK, Sweden and the US. It is also offering remote training on how to use the ventilators for medical staff unfamiliar with them. … [Read more...] about How the UK plans to source 30,000 ventilators for the NHS