Major companies continue grabbing the headlines around the COVID-19 pandemic, but smaller companies have contributed their share toward helping patients, boosting research and keeping frontline workers safe.
This week, Minnesota’s Medical Alley Association issued a report on its members’ pandemic responses, including companies large and small, from telehealth providers to a tube-feeding company. We wanted to share some of the smaller companies’ efforts here, especially as the virus shows no signs of stopping and winter is coming.
“Despite the uncertainty of these trying times, we are leading the transformation of healthcare,” said Medical Alley president & CEO Shaye Mandle in the report, IMPACT: Medical Alley and the COVID-19 Pandemic. “We will drive the changes that move us forward and define our emerging healthcare system of tomorrow, making us better prepared for what lies ahead.”
These are some of the smaller firms highlighted in the report.