Tag: The Pandemic

Genetic Tests Won’t Predict Your COVID-19 Risk

By Meredith Salisbury  |  September 30, 2021, 2:44 PM  |  Techonomy Exclusive Photo by Tima Miroshnichenko Years from now, our current age of genetic testing will be remembered as one of innovation and excitement — as well as a time when a host of misleading claims about genetic tools were targeted at consumers. Unfortunately, that […]

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Lessons from the Pandemic: Technology Disrupting (and Improving) Chinese Healthcare

Local doctors walking in downtown Xiamen, China during the Covid-19 emergency. We have learned many lessons from the pandemic – but three stand out as drivers for how to improve healthcare. First, it is painfully apparent that certain segments of the population lack access to care, resulting in huge gaps in healthcare outcomes. Second, it […]

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Robin’s Rules of Order: New Models for the Workplace

Now that we’ve bitten into the forbidden fruit of the work-from-home apple we have, as the biblical tale goes, seen each other naked.  And once you’ve seen the makeupless faces, the shoddy t-shirts, the adorable/annoying pets and kids, and that big reveal–the inside of a co-workers home–there’s no going back. Plucking people out of their […]

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The Third Dose: What You Need to Know

Even as confusion about third vaccine doses deepened, recent actions by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention increased the likelihood that such booster shots will be inevitable for Americans trying to protect themselves against COVID-19. But questions abound. Has the third dose decision been finalized? No. While the CDC has put forth a […]

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