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Health Appointment Booking Platform Chronometriq Acquires Health Myself

Montreal-based patient scheduling and waiting room management software vendor Chronometriq acquires Toronto-based patient portal startup Health Myself.

Missouri announces $50 million program for broadband expansion, including telehealth

Missouri Governor Mike Parson announces a $50 million program for broadband expansion across the state, including $5.25 million for telemedicine services for FQHCs and mental health centers.

Premier Inc. Calls for National Stockpiling Standards to Prevent Redundant Efforts, Next Wave of Product Shortages

Premier calls for national stockpiling standards after its survey finds that 90% of healthcare providers as well as states are amassing masks, gowns, and test kits, creating product shortages and directing supplies away from frontline caregivers.



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