Tag Archives: Helping

Biden’s business allies are helping the White House coax the private sector into backing climate change push

President Joe Biden’s allies in the business community have been helping the White House try to coax the private sector into supporting the administration’s climate change agenda. Several business leaders who are working with the White House told CNBC that the effort is a major divergence from what they saw during the Trump administration. For… Read More »

GlaxoSmithKline, Novavax team up on COVID vaccine production in U.K., helping reduce dependence on AZ shot

With domestic drugmaker AstraZeneca among the companies leading the charge to produce COVID-19 vaccines, the U.K. was well positioned for a quick rollout.  But after a successful first few months of vaccinations, the campaign has slowed as AstraZeneca’s primary manufacturing partner, the Serum Institute of India, has been forced to withhold exports as India deals with… Read More »

These heroes are helping the most vulnerable get COVID-19 vaccines

These days, Lipi Roy spends her free hours helping people with substance-abuse issues get vaccinated. “It’s the right thing to do,” the doctor and NYU assistant professor told The Post. In New York, only 6% of the population is fully inoculated, per worldwide COVID-19 vaccination database GlobalEpidemics.org. Complex online scheduling platforms, language barriers and inequitable… Read More »

Livongo Health’s Jenny Schneider on Covid-19 & Helping Patients with Chronic Conditions | WTF Health

COVID-19 Mar 20, 2020• By JESSICA DaMASSA, WTF HEALTH “What’s happening in COVID is those of us living with these chronic conditions are at highest risk — not to contract the disease, but highest risk for outcomes. Our unique ability to be able to see what’s happening in that population and deliver that care remotely… Read More »

Geisinger studies show AI deep learning model helping cardiologists detect AFib

Artificial intelligence technology based on a deep learning model could help cardiologists predict irregular heart rhythms, known as atrial fibrillation, before it develops. WHY IT MATTERSThat’s the conclusion drawn from two studies to be presented at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2019 and conducted by Geisinger researchers. A team of scientists trained a neural… Read More »