To support health professionals working around the clock to meet those most in need, we are making the following updates and resources available - at no charge - for clinicians, nurses and medical researchers, in response to new developments, evidence and guidance.
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the landscape for education, causing current and prospective undergraduate students to reconsider their plans of attending a college campus. Safety, affordability, and flexibility have become more significant factors than before, leading to increased interest in online education.
This guide was created to help anyone facing college decisions by providing an in-depth look at online education, answering common questions, and addressing concerns so prospective students can understand their options and how an online degree program will keep their education moving forward.
3B Scientific and Cardionics are offering a free 60-day account for the SAM Online auscultation software to support students while studying from home during the COVID-19 pandemic and the measures taken to keep everyone save. In addition, all Cardionics Auscultation Manikins now come with a COVID-19 sound to help students identify the symptoms.
CAE Healthcare is providing new training and education resources related to COVID-19, including a ventilator reskilling course, point-of-care ultrasound training, PPE checklists and a Suspected COVID-19 Simulated Clinical Experience. Join our webinars about hospital preparedness, distance learning tools and tips, and U.S. CARES Act grant assistance.
Hollister Incorporated COVID-19 Support Hub: Ostomy and Continence Support
In these uncertain times, it's only natural for product users and healthcare professionals to worry about the impact of COVID-19. Perhaps you're anxious about where to get support? Or concerned what this period means for your usual routine?
Whatever questions you need to have answered, we're here to try and help. On this dedicated page, you'll find lots of useful information to keep you feeling safe, reassured, and ready for the future.
Masimo is a global medical technology company that develops and produces a wide array of industry-leading monitoring technologies, including innovative measurements, sensors, patient monitors, and automation solutions.
Masimo supports surge capacity efforts with a range of noninvasive monitoring and ancillary single-use solutions that can help care teams prepare for and manage an influx of patients quickly and efficiently.
We’re one of the nation's leading healthcare providers, with 186 hospitals and more than 2,000 sites of care in 21 states and the United Kingdom. Our more than 280,000 colleagues are driven by one purpose—to give patients healthier tomorrows. That’s why, from day one of the COVID-19 pandemic, our primary goals have been to keep our colleagues safe and employed, and to protect the company, so we can continue to serve our communities for years to come. Come learn about our safety measures and get firsthand COVID-19 information from our clinical experts.
Aspen is a global pharmaceutical company with a proud South African heritage dating back more than 160 years. Through strategic multinational partnerships, Aspen has established its leadership in critical care offering the market a comprehensive portfolio of credible, high quality solutions manufactured in Europe and used in anaesthesia and intensive care unit. Aspen is committed to supporting ICU in the fight against COVID-19. Keep up-to-date with our COVID-19 Response Page where you can find the latest webinars, guidelines and articles.
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has communities on high alert, and Envision Healthcare’s more than 27,000 clinicians are leading efforts to care for patients and support our organization’s hospital partners through the implementation of clinical best practices.
The health and well-being of patients and clinicians are our priority. As information on the coronavirus evolves, we will continue to evaluate our response and work with healthcare system partners to provide patients in communities across the nation the highest quality of care.
Now, more than ever, hospitals are looking to telemedicine services more to help fill coverage gaps. If you need neurological coverage in your facility, TeleNeurology is an effective and immediate relief to already strained resources. Telemedicine reduces the risk of physician exposure and transmission. During this crisis, TeleSpecialists is stepping up to provide additional support where needed.
With a focus on customer care, TeleSpecialists offers:
Patient safety is our top priority at USACS, so we are closely monitoring the latest updates in the fight against COVID-19. Unfortunately, we have seen significant misinformation being spread regarding the outbreak.
As clinicians, it’s our responsibility to put out correct information and point people to valid resources. We are in this together, and USACS is proud to offer guidance and support to improve the wellbeing of our clinicians, our patients and our communities.
Learn the steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones.