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Saturday, April 17, 2021
Assure-19 Covid Test
A locally developed rapid COVID-19 test that's already being evaluated by The Queen’s Medical Center and the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine is now a finalist in the international XPRIZE Rapid Covid Testing competition.
The center is touting industry-leading protocols for meetings and events, and new virtual meetings packages to offer guests the convenience of attending meetings remotely.
Starting February 18, travelers on select flights from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) through Delta Air Lines and United Airlines can enroll and use the Clear Health Pass...
"We will continue to provide market leadership in the HIPAA compliant email space, as more Americans than ever depend on their healthcare providers to provide secure and frictionless communication."
Local telehealth service WePrescribe, which launched last year and went on to add coronavirus screening and pediatric services, has rebranded and relaunched as CloudWell Health. With the new name, the company is also adding a number...
Local restaurants and other businesses are joining forces to offer special discounts on food, goods and services as incentives if Hawaii residents download the app.
"Our employees are our most important assets, and it’s even more important now during this COVID-19 pandemic for us to support their health and well-being as part of our commitment to them and to Hawaii."
"When you touch your face, every noxious thing on your fingertips gets 'jalpeno business,'" Binsted jokes. "Get it? 'All up in yo business!'"
The brainchild of local entrepreneurs Ryan Kalei Tsuji and Gregory Hadley, CoronavirusHawaii.com was created to serve as a local hub for businesses and organizations, as well as to provide residents information on available resources.
In addition to turmoil among the leadership of the state Department of Health, the agency has been criticized for “not doing a good job” of reporting COVID-19 data, and experts said an update to the existing dashboard two weeks ago “misses the point.” This after legislators said the “DOH must provide sufficient data.”