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Representative Population Antibody Study Underway in North Carolina

Wake Forest Baptist Health partners with Scanwell Health to launch a study using at-home antibody testing kits that it hopes will give officials a better understanding of how prevalent the virus is in North Carolina.

FCC Approves First Set of COVID-19 Telehealth Program Applications

Just three days after opening the application window, the FCC awards over $3 million to six healthcare organizations in New York, Atlanta, Cleveland, New Orleans, and Pittsburgh for the purchase of telemedicine services.

AMA & AHA respond to rise in cyber threats exploiting COVID-19 pandemic

The American Medical Association and American Hospital Association create a cybersecurity guide for working from home.

Circle Medical Rapidly Expands Telemedicine Offering with New Investment

Decathlon Capital Partners makes a seven-figure investment in UCSF-affiliated primary care company Circle Medical.

FDA debuts new online portal to encourage donation of plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients

The FDA launches a website that connects recovered COVID-19 patients with opportunities to donate their plasma for treatment research.



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