A Twin Cities organization has launched a special kind of “matchmaker” service during the COVID-19 pandemic, connecting medical companies with businesses that can help fill supplies.
“I like to think of us as sort of the nerve center of the health care community here,” said Shaye Mandle, president and CEO of the Medical Alley Association.
The Golden Valley-based organization created an online tool called COVID-19 Resource Connect. Mandle said the site has already been visited more than 3,000 times by people around the world.
It’s a portal connecting companies on both ends of the spectrum: those that have a need and those that want to get creative and help.
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