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3 ways technology can help employers manage COVID-19 and address the great resignation
3 ways technology can help employers emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic and The Great Resignation ...
Improving the delivery of care through pharmacists
You can see a pharmacist for that? See how expanding roles for pharmacists can help improve health care and improve access to health services.
Government and business collaboration: Enhancing trust and transparency amid vaccine distribution
In times of uncertainty, how can the private and public sectors work together to develop advanced ...
Shots in the arm
Summary of a FORTUNE Virtual Discussion: What we got wrong. What we got right. Global lessons from the vaccine effort.
What’s working (and what’s not) with COVID-19 vaccine distribution
Public health agencies have made remarkable progress with vaccine management, and data and analytics...
The evolution of patient engagement and eConsent in the COVID-19 era
Clinical trials are facing more challenges due to COVID-19, but the impact is also resulting in the ...
Vaccine distribution: Targeted analytics can help prioritize critical populations
Data and analytics can help public health agencies identify people most in need of the COVID-19 ...
IBM and Salesforce join forces to help deliver verifiable vaccine and health passes
IBM Watson Health and Salesforce are partnering to help organizations as they strive to safely ...
Finding reliable evidence-based answers during an infodemic
Scientific evidence about COVID-19 keeps growing and changing, and clinical decision support software solutions can help clinicians keep pace.
Why health is an important measure of business performance
The relationship between the public and private sectors, which is constantly evolving, requires renewed collaboration – and going beyond employee health and wellness – to maximize pandemic response and recovery.
Mental health challenges continue for radiologists during pandemic
Radiologists can prioritize resilience, address fear and promote self-care to help address rising ...
The case for human-centered contact tracing
Technology will play an important role in using contact tracing to help organizations respond to the pandemic. But we believe the best contact tracers are still humans—digitally assisted humans.