Medical Alley Connecting Companies for Covid-19 Response – April 2, 2020

May 21  

Via Twin Cities Business

A new online tool helps groups find organizations that can provide high-need products or services.

Getting the right medical equipment to the people who need it has a heightened importance in the era of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Golden Valley-based Medical Alley Association, a trade group for the state’s health care and medical companies, saw an opportunity to help connect groups with supplies or services to organizations that needed either or both.

About a week ago, Medical Alley launched the Covid-19 Resource Connect on its website. Companies or organizations can fill out a simple questionnaire indicating if they need products or services or if they can provide or manufacture products or services.

“We thought we could move very quickly to start to identify needs and get people directly connected,” said Shaye Mandle, Medical Alley’s president and CEO.

“One of the great examples is we were able to reach out to Boston Scientific and they were able to pull eight ventilators out of their testing lab,” said Mandle. “They worked with Fairview on decontaminating them and getting them over to Fairview.”

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The Medical Alley Association is providing COVID-19 related information, including the “COVID-19 Resource Connect” feature on its website and summaries of laws, executive orders, and government programs that may be of interest to members, as a public service.   The Medical Alley Association makes no representations, guarantees, or warranties as to the accuracy, completeness, currency, or suitability of the COVID-19 related information provided by the Medical Alley Association on its website, in newsletters, or in any other communications. The Medical Alley Association specifically disclaims any and all liability for any claims or damages that may result from providing COVID-19 related information online or in other communications or linking to third party websites or other sources of information. The Medical Alley Association makes no effort to independently verify, and does not exert editorial control over, information provided by third parties.  

The Medical Alley Association does not endorse any of the products, vendors, consultants, or documentation referenced in, or connected to parties through, the COVID-19 Resource Connect feature or via email or other communications.

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