HealthTechZone January 19, 2022
Matthew Vulpis

Just when we thought the spread of Covid-19 had been brought under control by vaccines, boosters, behavioral modification, improved distancing and sanitation measures in buildings, and information sharing, we found ourselves once again confounded by the latest, most transmissible strain – Omicron, which recently hit an astounding 1 million cases per day in the U.S. alone.

Hospitals and clinics around the world are once again strained to the limit and developing every possible approach to providing care while their own staffs have been shrinking, and emergency responders are likewise falling ill.

The relationship between doctors, nurses, specialists, police, fire, ambulance, and others has always been important to streamline, whether during a mass casualty event, natural disaster, or health emergency like...

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