America’s hospitals have embraced remote technology amid COVID-19: Tech

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06 May 2020, Tunisia, Ariana: A doctor controls a robot with a mobile as she talks from distance to a coronavirus patient at the Abderrahmen Mami hospital, the robot was manufactured by a Tunisian company and was donated to the hospital to limit contact between medic staff and infected coronavirus (COVID-19) patients. Photo: Khaled Nasraoui/dpa (Photo by Khaled Nasraoui/picture alliance via Getty Images)

It’s gone ‘shockingly well’: America’s hospitals have embraced remote technology amid COVID-19: Tech companies like Apple, Microsoft, and Google are working in tandem with health care systems to ensure COVID-19 patients can stay in touch with their family, and are helping to protect health care workers from being unnecessarily exposed to infected individuals. READ MORE

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