The "Critical Medical Infrastructure Right-to-Repair Act of 2020" is the first time Congress has ever considered a bill that would break manufacturer repair monopolies.
As COVID-19 surges, hospitals and independent biomedical technicians have turned to a global grey-market for hardware and software to circumvent manufacturer repair locks and keep life-saving ventilators running.
Repair people trying keep these machines online for COVID-19 patients shouldn't have to beg the manufacturers for the manuals.
Kids Are Being Hospitalized in New York with Strange Heart Symptoms That Might Be Related to Coronavirus
Most tested positive for either the coronavirus or for the antibodies. But some tested negative for both.
After weeks of protests and demonstrations, GE workers are asking the president to intervene and let them make ventilators.
We talked to hospital doctors to hear what they're experiencing on the front lines, and what they want us to keep doing.
Particle physicists at the Large Hadron Collider are joining the fight against Covid-19 with a new, low-cost design for scarce life-saving medical equipment.
"It's completely abhorrent that this question should even come up."
Workers at four factories now say their facilities should be repurposed to make ventilators.
Meanwhile, the hardest-hit states are begging for help acquiring the machines that help critically ill patients to keep breathing.
Gov. Cuomo plans to sign an executive order on Friday.