On Wednesday, May 20th, First Line Software was honored to participate in the inaugural Virtual Open House event hosted by our trusted partner, Health Systems Informatics (HSi). This event was meant to explain the current COVID-19 crisis, how did we get here and where are we going to HSi’s clients and guests.
The coronavirus pandemic is a human tragedy, affecting hundreds of thousands of people. It is also having a significant impact on the global economy. This crisis causes many challenges, but it also creates opportunities for new and innovative processes, products, and solutions helping communities to deal with the impact of the outbreak.
Covid19 pandemic has created an unprecedented situation; it is affecting everyone, our way of life, all communities, and our businesses. On May 14th First Line Software will be hosting a webinar on how technology solutions are ready to take on the healthcare challenges created by the COVID-19 crisis. In our presentation, we will share with you a few examples with the efforts by First Line Software to combat the pandemic and come up with products and solutions that fight it’s easiest and prevent future outbreaks.
The world is talking about CoronaVirus (COVID-19). The situation is very grave, and no one knows how long it will continue! Millions of people are isolated in their homes, with only technology to keep them updated and entertained. But, the biggest challenge in these times is to continue providing healthcare effectively; that is one of the prominent needs of the times.
Healthcare professionals all over the world are looking at using telehealth solutions to halt the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The outbreak of the COVID-19 virus has created a red alert need for healthcare at a distance, which can be solved with telemedicine services and applications.
Disruptions that are crisis-level happen. Being prepared is key. Having systems and processes in place to ensure business continuity can make the difference between barely riding out the storm or rising above the situation to thrive and make continuous progress. Companies that have shored up their digital transformation initiatives are in a much stronger position to thrive rather than hope to survive a crisis or downturn in the economy.