Rapid Medical Parts

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5/19/2020 – EVS-4: Emergency Ventilator Solution receives a Department of Defense DPA Title 3 Cooperative Agreement

EVS-4: Emergency Ventilator Solution Rapid Medical Parts is developing a ventilation solution to hospitals next month to increase capacity for COVID-19patient care and in preparation of a potential second wave of cases. PHILADELPHIA, PA – MAY 19, 2020; Rapid Medical Parts Corp (“RMP” or “the Company”) received a Department ofDefense DPA Title 3 cooperative agreement, …

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Harvard Business Review (4/27/2020): How the Pandemic Is Pushing Blockchain Forward

Read The Full Story Here By Remko van Hoek and Mary Lacity Published April 27, 2020 | Updated April 27, 2020 Because blockchain technologies are uniquely suited to verifying, securing and sharing data, they’re ideal for managing multi-party, inter-organizational, and cross-border transactions. Over the past five years, enterprises across the globe have vetted the technology with thousands of proofs …

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Business Insider (4/25/2020): A medical device built over Zoom could help solve ventilator shortages and change the way hospitals treat respiratory illnesses beyond the coronavirus

Read The Full Story Here By Avery Hartmans Published April 25, 2020 | Updated April 25, 2020 Like many Americans, Jim Regenor decided to leave a major US city to wait out the coronavirus crisis somewhere less populated. But unlike most people, Regenor decided to start up a brand-new business during the crisis to help hospitals facing equipment shortages …

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The Buffalo News (4/8/2020): In just 12 days, Buffalo startup goes from idea to Pentagon contract for ventilators

Read The Full Story Here By Jonathan D. Epstein Published April 8, 2020 | Updated April 8, 2020 After 31 years in the U.S. Air Force, James A. Regenor is used to flying high and doing what it takes to get the job done. Now the retired colonel is doing the same with Covid-19. Regenor’s new firm, Rapid Medical Parts, …

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