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Telemedicine / 21.03.2022

With the pandemic demonstrating exactly how unequipped we are for utter chaos, many businesses made a good living off of the opportunity to provide remote services during the shutdown. Zoom, for instance, raked in a whopping $2.6 billion revenue in 2020 versus their comparatively weak $331 million year in 2018. Corporations needed their workers to remain productive while the virus tore through office buildings. Zoom offered the solution.  Trying To Keep Up But a problem even bigger than Apple’s offices temporarily shutting down during the pandemic was the healthcare system’s...