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The Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium wants health professionals to be able to deliver high-quality critical care to bedsides of COVID-19 patients in field hospitals, small rural health care facilities and even gymnasiums.
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, cybersecurity experts say they have seen an uptick in attempted ransomware and other hacking attempts on hospitals, health care systems, clinical labs and research centers.
Federal, state and local governments are under the gun to quickly modernize systems to handle a torrent of customers, but they also have an opportunity to develop new strategies, experts say.
Contract tracing may help Massachusetts control a second wave of infections that could come when stay-at-home orders and advisories are lifted.
Organizations using digital licenses make it possible for health care workers and emergency responders to work across state lines.
Amazon Web Services is developing a data lake of curated, updated datasets related to COVID-19, and Google Cloud is hosting an open data platform and operational dashboard.
While the federal government scrambles to get stimulus money to individuals and small businesses, it may be opening the process up to cybersecurity vulnerabilities and fraud.
FirstNet, the nationwide public-safety wireless broadband network, is expanding services to help responders during the coronavirus pandemic.
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