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WORKING TOGETHER – The DOJ and the FTC have bent antitrust rules to enable a group of about 20 organizations to form an unprecedented coalition to meet the challenges of COVID-19. Sue Reisinger reports that the COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition includes big tech companies like Microsoft and Amazon Web Services, health care companies like the Mayo Clinic and HCA Healthcare, electronic medical record companies, universities and others who are coordinating U.S. pandemic response efforts using data and analytics. The group says its goal is to “preserve health care delivery and protect populations.” A letter from the DOJ and the FTC details antitrust procedures and provides guidance to the collaborating businesses.

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