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The latest bipartisan iteration of the United States Senate’s proposed infrastructure bill has landed with a $1 trillion price tag that allocates $65 billion toward bridging the “digital divide.” “Access to affordable, reliable, high-speed broadband is essential to full participation in modern life in the United States,” the legislation, which was released on August 2, states. The new bill goes...

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Microsoft made a massive investment into their healthcare cloud strategy this week by purchasing software developer Nuance Communications for $19.7 billion. The deal, which marks Microsoft’s biggest acquisition since purchasing LinkedIn for $26.2 billion in 2016, is a logical next step for the company, as they’ve worked hard to define their vertical-specific cloud offerings over the past year. At the...

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Tags: artificial intelligence, AIOps, AI, Nuance, digital transformation, healthcare transformation, digital healthcare, virtual care, healthcare cloud, telehealth, healthcare, Azure, Microsoft Cloud, Microsoft, network management, network performance monitoring, network monitoring

As the pandemic wore on last year and changed how we approach even the most basic day-to-day tasks, non-emergency healthcare became a big question mark for thousands of people. This was an especially fraught situation for those who previously relied on regular in-person doctor visits for their well being, leading many to make the false choice between risking COVID-19 exposure...

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As part of the $900 billion coronavirus relief deal that was struck by Congress on Sunday, $7 billion was allocated to establishing greater broadband internet access across the United States, helping bridge connectivity gaps that have become glaring as lockdowns kept families and workers home throughout 2020. Part of the relief includes $3.2 billion for a $50-per-month emergency broadband benefit...

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For many folks, picking up prescriptions or visiting the pharmacy goes hand-in-hand with a trip to the grocery store, an arena that Amazon has already been disrupting through their pre-pandemic purchase of Whole Foods and the post-pandemic surge in online shopping. By this logic, it only makes sense that Amazon is looking to take their increasingly brick-and-mortar wary grocery customers...

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While opinions surrounding the benefits of remote work may differ among enterprise leaders, top researchers in the healthcare space have identified key areas of long-term value from remote treatment that they predict will positively impact both patients and providers if adopted permanently. Siemens Healthineers found that while many of their healthcare provider customers felt strained adapting their services at the...

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The expansion of telehealth services is among the few bright spots of recent world events, as healthcare providers have made it easier for a wider swath of non-emergency medical visits to take place virtually, while in-person treatment has been largely reserved for COVID-19 response. As we discussed recently on the blog, this shift has been a boon for the industry,...

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Tags: healthcare networks, healthcare IT, enterprise IT, network management, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, virtual visits, digital transformation, digital healthcare, virtual healthcare, healthcare, telehealth

Healthcare workers have been the true heroes of the pandemic to date, as they’ve bravely adapted to a new way of working to ensure the best care possible for their communities during unprecedented times. Now, the healthcare industry as a whole is rapidly transforming beyond how they treat patients in the hospital to better serve people remotely, accelerating telehealth efforts...

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As with seemingly everything in the retail sector these days, Amazon tends to lead the pack in bringing innovative solutions to its customers and workers. This includes launching a recent telehealth pilot, Amazon Care, designed to better serve employees who otherwise may not have easy access to many standard health services. Now Walmart, the number two e-commerce giant, is following...

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Aside from being a perfect example of successful digital synchronization across multiple remote stakeholders, telehealth initiatives have been having a powerful impact on the humans they serve, from delivering real-time medical treatment in the midst of a natural disaster to treating distressed students on their terms. Now, one of the largest companies in the world is exploring telehealth to help...

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Tags: Amazon, network management, network performance monitoring, healthcare, virtual healthcare, telehealth, cloud migration

We recently discussed how educators in Florida are spearheading a revolutionary telehealth initiative to connect students living with the trauma of last year’s Hurricane Michael – the first Category 5 storm to make landfall in almost three decades – with mental health professionals in schools. But as the southeastern US reckons with the fallout of another monster storm in the...

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The start of the school year can be daunting under any circumstances. But for students in Northwest Florida, this fall marks the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Michael, one of the most damaging hurricanes on record and the first Category 5 to reach the U.S. mainland since 1992. For many in this corner of the state, memories of the Michael are...

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