Reducing COVID-19 Spread and Saving Lives through Education

Over the past few months, we have seen the technology community aggressively take a united stance in helping businesses and families manage during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Some have seen widespread success – like some of the video conferencing and unified communications vendors that have helped companies rapidly adopt teleworking strategies.  Others have been developing solutions […]

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DocClocker App Reduces Waiting Room Time and Potential Exposure to Covid-19

New App Allows Medical Providers to Prevent Spread of Coronavirus in Waiting Rooms DocClocker enables medical facilities to provide patients with real-time wait time reporting, is preventing the spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus by enabling patients to avoid long waits in medical waiting rooms – limiting exposure risks.  Many healthcare clinics’ and hospitals’ waiting rooms have […]

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Wearable Bandage Continuously Tracks Covid-19 Symptoms

Wireless sensor gently sits on throat to monitor coughs, fever and respiratory activity Researchers at Northwestern University and Shirley Ryan AbilityLab in Chicago have developed a novel wearable device and are creating a set of data algorithms specifically tailored to catch early signs and symptoms associated with COVID-19 and to monitor patients as the illness progresses.  Based […]

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IBM Rapid Supplier Connect Launches to Help Battle COVID-19 Medical Supply Chain Shortages

Supply chain issues have been a major challenge as China hoarded the world’s personal protective equipment (PPE) while they and the World Health Organization told the world Covid-19 was not being transferred between humans. IBM wants to help. As part of the company’s approach to combating COVID-19 with technology solutions that enable more trustworthy information, […]

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New COVID-19 Early Warning System Uses Wearable IoT and Cloud Servers

A new COVID-19 Remote Early Warning System (CREW) that incorporates technologies like wearable IoT, cloud-based servers and a wearable digital thermometer sensor is showing encouraging results. The system is designed to enable early detection of coronavirus symptoms. The CREW project is being developed by the College of Medicine and Health at University College Cork (UCC) […]

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