Collibra Launches Public COVID-19 Data Catalog

Data Intelligence company Collibra announced a free, public COVID-19 data catalog that brings together publicly-available data sets, business glossaries, reference data and the public workbook provided by Tableau’s COVID-19 Data Hub. The resource brings together a wealth of high-quality data from which epidemiologists, researchers, data scientists and analysts who work for hospitals, healthcare and pharmaceutical […]

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Winners of COVID-19 Edition of Medical Pitch Event Showcase Innovation in Pediatric Care

For all its negatives, the COVID-19 has driven tech innovation.  Countless companies have developed new products or have adapted existing ones specifically to help companies and individuals better manage during the crisis.  From healthcare tech to workplace safety and virtual fan noise in stadiums, the tech sector is innovating at a rapid pace to solve […]

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Cambridge Health Alliance and Maven Wave Deploy HIPAA Compliant Telehealth via Google Meet, Epic

In a recent release, Maven Wave, an Atos company, announced that it has deployed telehealth services that support HIPAA compliance through integration between the Google Meet video chat platform and the Epic electronic medical records software. Due to the soaring demand for secure telehealth services amid COVID-19, Maven Wave reportedly designed this secure integration for […]

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Automated Temperature Monitoring Makes Workplace Health Initiatives More Effective

While millions of people continue to work from home, millions more are out in their workplaces.  In many cases, those workplaces and jobs include close interactions that aren’t conducive to distancing.  Healthcare workers, retail, nursing homes and assisted living facilities, transportation centers, corporate campuses and buildings, and many more places make distancing difficult at times.  […]

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Droplet Biosensing to Identify COVID-19 Faster

Mechanical engineering associate professor Jiangtao Cheng and electrical and computer engineering assistant professor Wei Zhou have developed an ultrasensitive biosensing method that could dramatically shorten the amount of time required to verify the presence of the COVID-19 virus in a sample. Their peer-reviewed research was published in ACS Nano on June 29. There’s significant room to improve […]

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