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We’ve rounded up some health IT resources being offered by companies to help healthcare professionals, American citizens and all of those affected in the fight against the coronavirus.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced many workers out of their workplaces and into their homes. This proposes challenges including staying active, keeping one’s mental and emotional well-being in check, and cybersecurity. This week’s Friday Five focuses on strategies to help make that adjustment to working from home.
ATA Calls On Governors to Recognize Out-Of-State Licensed Clinicians and Waive Telemedicine Restrictions to Help Combat COVID-19
The ATA pledged to support states across the nation and their health care needs by encouraging governors and state professional licensing boards to allow out-of-state clinicians holding a license in good standing to treat residents in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Boston Scientific Corporation announced the winners of its fifth annual Boston Scientific Connected Patient Challenge, an open competition to promote the development of meaningful innovation to address complex healthcare challenges.
Looking to keep your finger on the pulse of the nursing industry? Check out this month’s top nursing news stories from around the globe as nurses everywhere respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
From Kaiser Health News Network – Their latest podcast, What the Health, This was the week the coronavirus hit the U.S. in general and Washington, D.C., in particular in a big way. More than a half-dozen lawmakers are in self-quarantine after being exposed to someone who tested positive for the virus;
Nationally-known developer Chris Jeffries and his wife Lisa have donated $25 million to Henry Ford Health System, the largest single gift from an individual in the health system’s 105-year history.
By Kayla Matthews – A longstanding practice in the health care sector involves pharmaceutical representatives going to hospitals to give presentations to doctors about the latest drugs. Those physicians, and sometimes any other workers who happen to be in the area, get free lunches.