Uber Health to Improve Patient Ride-Hailing Services On Thursday, Uber launched its Uber Health platform for healthcare providers. Medical facilities, rehab centers, clinics and hospitals can book rides for patients from a centralized dashboard – no app required. According to Techcrunch, Uber Health general manager Chris Weber noted some 3.6 million Americans miss appointments due to lack access to reliable transportation. Uber’s endeavors into health care trace back to 2014, when Uber first offered on-demand flu shots in large markets across the U.S. Since then there have been similar efforts throughout the world, from diabetes and thyroid testing in India, to subsidized rides for breast cancer screening in the U.S., to many more. Last summer, over 100 healthcare organizations joined the platform during a private beta. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury made one of the best saves of his career in a 4-2 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday night at T-Mobile Arena.
The city’s revised ordinance will continue to allow it to charge those seeking public records if the request takes more than 10 hours of staff time.
Marc-Andre Fleury dived across his crease to glove Nic Petan’s shot late in the third period and preserve the Golden Knights’ 4-2 win over Toronto on Tuesday at T-Mobile Arena.
The women’s basketball team is 0-3 after losing to the Thunderbirds 72-68 in overtime. The UNLV volleyball team beat New Mexico.
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