The free app answers questions from the public about Coronavirus and gives prompt, reliable and official information 24 hours a day, worldwide.
The innovative system is customized by each hospital's emergency response plan and can be implemented on hospital websites in 48 hours.
Created by physicians, DocClocker enables patients to receive real-time wait time reporting to decrease sick patient exposure.
Medicare-administered by the CMS will temporarily pay clinicians to provide telehealth services for beneficiaries residing across the entire country.
This allows patients to gain support remotely from other patients and doctors associated with the XRHealth telehealth clinics.
Also, Blue Shield of California provides Teladoc's virtual care service for free to most of its members in response to COVID-19.
Providers and developers can begin placing orders through API and web-based interface, expanding access to COVID-19 testing.
The tech giants are providing their otherwise paid services for free to select users...
Quarantined patients at Sheba Medical Center will receive relief from isolation, stress and anxiety with the XRHealth platform.
The Tel Aviv-based hospital, which is ranked among the world's best, is preparing for potential coronavirus cases in Israel through telemedicine.
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