Building Resilience in the Cloud
In early March, Teniesha Wright-Jones and Lamont Jones were among the first doctors in Michigan to treat patients for COVID-19. Then, they tested positive for the virus. Because of their roles as pivotal healthcare providers in the midst of a pandemic, the two were forced to nurse themselves back to health while remotely navigating an overhaul in how they provided healthcare. There were some big questions to answer: How could they make sure patient information was safe and secure while working from home? How could all parts of the hospital connect with each other? Most importantly, how could they get the information they needed -- in real time? The answers for those working remotely in healthcare and in so many industries, can be found in the cloud. In this episode, we'll hear from Al Taylor, co-founder of cloudDNA, a UK company that provides a solution for wide-scale networking digital infrastructure.
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Al Taylor is the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of cloudDNA. You can read more about his work here. Dr. Teniesha Wright-Jones is the program director of Family Medicine Residency at Ascension Providence hospital in Michigan. Dr. Lamont R. Jones is the vice chair of the Department of Otolaryngology at Henry Ford Hospital in Michigan.