Shaye Mandle ’93, President and CEO of the Medical Alley Association, is leading an effort to combat medical shortages caused by COVID-19. On March 22, the Medical Alley Association introduced “The COVID-19 Resource Connect” tool, which is intended to help connect those combatting COVID-19 and needing assistance with those who can fulfill their needs. The tool will also connect companies already producing needed goods with companies that have available manufacturing capacity.
In a news release published by Yahoo Finance, Mandle said, “We invite all parties around the globe to use our COVID-19 Resource Connect tool in order to assist in ensuring no patient has to go without the life-saving resources they need due to lack of supplies and capabilities.”
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