Parallon

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Headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., Parallon is a leading provider of healthcare business and operational services. Parallon partners with hospitals and healthcare systems to improve their business performance through best practices in a broad portfolio of revenue cycle services.

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Amazon joins a growing list of global technology giants stepping up to help battle the global COVID-19 pandemic through the AWS Diagnostic Development Initiative, which aims to accelerate COVID-19 diagnostics, research, and testing. The program, which is backed by an initial investment of $20 million, is open to accredited research institutions and private entities using AWS to support research-oriented workloads for the development of point-of-care diagnostics. This type of diagnostic treatment...

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AWS INITIATIVE TO ACCELERATE COVID-19 DIAGNOSTICS, RESEARCH

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Tegria | October 13, 2020

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TEGRIA, TO PROVIDE NEXT GENERATION TECHNOLOGIES AND SERVICES TO THE HEALTH CARE SECTOR WITH SUPPORT FROM PROVIDENCE

Tegria, a new company designed to provide next generation technologies and services to the health care sector, launched today with support fromProvidence, one of the nation's largest health systems. Tegria combines selectProvidenceinvestments and acquisitions into a comprehensive portfolio of solutions to accelerate technological, clinical and operational advances in health care. In recent years,&n...

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Fitbit | June 17, 2020

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FITBIT JOINS GROWING LIST OF COMPANIES OFFERING BACK-TO-WORK HEALTH SCREENING TOOLS

Device maker Fitbit is the latest technology company to jump into the back-to-work business. The company is leveraging its expertise in wearable technology and its relationship with employers to roll out a solution that aims to help bring employees back to workplaces safely amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The tool, called Ready for Work, helps employees determine whether they have signs of COVID-19 before returning to work using key health metrics from Fitbit devices and self-reported symptoms. A di...

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American Medical Association | May 18, 2020

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