3 ways drones impact healthcare

Transport of blood samples, Germany Wingcopter drones recently carried blood samples over a distance of 26 kilometers in the German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. The flight time of the drones was 18 minutes on average, almost twice as fast as ground transport. The use of Wingcopter drones could dramatically speed …

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Medicaid waiting list, shortage of nurses among Florida budget requests – State of Reform

The Florida House Healthcare Appropriations Subcommittee kicked off its first interim meeting on Tuesday before the 2022 legislative session, reviewing budget requests from the Agency for the Disabled (APD), Department of Seniors Affairs (DOEA) and the Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs (FDVA). Get the latest information on state-specific policies for …

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WHO chief calls for urgent assistance in Lebanon

The head of the World Health Organization said Lebanon urgently needs assistance to help it cope with several crises. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus spoke to reporters in Beirut on Friday after two days of meetings with Lebanese officials and medical workers. Ghebreyesus also visited a number of health care …

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Sudanese leaders say they foiled coup attempt

NAIROBI, Kenya – Sudanese authorities said they foiled a coup attempt on Tuesday, the latest sign of instability in an African country struggling with lingering economic difficulties under a fragile transitional government. Soldiers attempted to take control of a state media building in the town of Omdurman, across the Nile …

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