A Chaotic Gray Market Determines Who Gets Coronavirus Gear—and Who Doesn’t

A few weeks ago, Mike Gula was negotiating millions of dollars of deals in the gray market for protective gear,

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The Secret Group of Scientists and Billionaires Pushing a Manhattan Project for Covid-19

A dozen of America’s top scientists and a collection of billionaires and industry titans say they have the answer to

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Hospitals Monitor Some Coronavirus Patients at Home

Hospitals, working to conserve space for people with severe cases of Covid-19, are employing advanced forms of remote monitoring that

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Lessons From Italy’s Hospital Meltdown. ‘Every Day You Lose, the Contagion Gets Worse.’

BERGAMO, Italy—Ambulances here have stopped using sirens. The frequent blaring only adds to local fears. Besides, there are few other

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Coronavirus Prompts Hospitals to Fast-Track Telemedicine Projects

Hospital chief information officers, no strangers to emergencies, are putting in place new systems and workflows to get ahead of

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Spreading Chinese Coronavirus Death Toll Rises as More Cities Are Locked Down

BEIJING—The tally of deaths and infections from the spread of China’s new coronavirus mounted, further stretching hospital resources, leading to

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Hospitals Give Tech Giants Access to Detailed Medical Records

This breadth of access wasn’t always spelled out by hospitals and tech giants when the deals were struck. The scope

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