These five companies launched and modified products to address health care needs and simplify treatment during the pandemic
At a time when people had no access to the bodies of deceased family members, undertakers stepped in to give them a dignified farewell, and helped families remotely through mourning and grief
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While India needs more doctors, technology-enabled community health workers, nurses, other frontline workers can perform many primary care functions, liberating us from an entirely doctor-dependent model, K Srinath Reddy, Public Health Foundation President writes
Across sectors in India, the Covid-19 crisis pushed businesses to embrace technology at a rate they wouldn't have thought possible otherwise. Will it sustain?