During the 2014-2016 West African Ebola crisis, those that contracted the disease and were placed in mandatory isolation faced a unique set of challenges. University of Virginia Health System used telehealth communications to allow patients to communicate with healthcare providers, family, and service providers without the risk of spreading infection, saving time and lives.
The utilization of telecom technologies, combined with strong partnerships between public and private entities, is critical to fostering public health resilience within communities, particularly in the face of crises.
A study from Hub Entertainment Research found that while streaming services like Netflix continue to be indispensable among U.S. entertainment consumers ages 16-74, competition among these services is also on the rise with the launch of new online streaming services like Disney+.
In celebration of Black History Month, this week’s Creation of Innovation shines a light on a groundbreaking immersive exhibit that recreates an iconic moment in American history – the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
Following FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s 2017 reversal of the Title II decision, annual capital expenditures grew significantly, increasing by $2 billion in 2017 before jumping up by $3 billion in 2018.
In the fast-moving arena of today’s adaptive technology, people who are blind or visually impaired can use white canes that have object-detecting sensors, GPS navigation, voice assistance, and other features.