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neXat navigates new route to maritime prosperity for connectivity providers

SatADSL now offers unique pre-paid vouchers for leisure market and access to high-end professional connectivity services for commercial shipping Brussels, Belgium, 29 July, 2021 – neXat – the satellite industry’s first connectivity capacity aggregator – is now available to the maritime sector, opening the door for maritime connectivity services providers to new markets and the… Read More »

Rural hospital CEO urges providers to ‘get ready now’ as delta variant outstrips nursing resources

The delta variant of the novel coronavirus is gaining a frightening foothold in areas of the country with low vaccination rates, spurring the White House to mobilize “surge response teams” to combat the variant that threatens to undo the nation’s progress in beating back the pandemic. About 1,000 counties in the U.S. have vaccination rates… Read More »

Telehealth Bolsters Patient Satisfaction (J.D. Power), and Providers Are Working to Catch Up (BDO)

Two studies published in May 2021 illustrate the value and importance of telehealth to patients in 2020, and a disconnect among many C-level executives working in hospitals, academic medical centers, and other care provider organizations. Together, the two reports from J.D. Power and BDO illustrate some mis-alignment between the demand and supply side of telehealth.… Read More »

Centile Telecom Applications rebrands as Enreach – strengthening its commitment to service providers

Almere/ Dortmund, 14 January 2021 – Enreach, the fast-growing European unified communications group, has today announced that French-based company Centile Telecom Applications is rebranded as Enreach, strengthening the group’s commitment to the service provider business. Centile’s unified communications (UC) platform is a core part of Enreach’s ambition to be Europe’s Unified Communications as a Service… Read More »

Out-of-network providers charge significantly more than the commercial price for COVID-19 tests

Out-of-network providers charged significantly more money for both diagnostic and antibody COVID-19 tests, according to a survey from America’s Health Insurance Plans. The survey of AHIP member health plans was performed during July to gather information on prices charged by out-of-network providers for diagnostic and antibody tests for COVID-19. It received 22 responses, totaling 67%… Read More »