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The health tech industry has become a crucial player — and faces a key test — amid the coronavirus pandemic. Telehealth providers are seeing a sudden, explosive uptick in interest for their services. Hospitals across the country are turning to artificial intelligence tools. Tech giants and small startups alike have launched efforts to not only screen and diagnose patients, but also to study the virus itself and better predict its spread. Meanwhile, much of the industry’s regular activity — from funding rounds to product launches — has come screeching to a halt as companies pause projects and throw their resources into the pandemic response.

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