EmOpti Inc., a Brookfield-based tech company that developed telepresence software to help doctors perform an initial, virtual triage of patients to decrease wait times in emergency rooms, is making its technology free to health care networks across the country over the next three months to help emergency departments handle the expected surge of patients related to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in the U.S.
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