Kroger, a billion-dollar grocery chain, has introduced the Internet of Things to its frozen foods department, a report in CIO.com indicates. Jason Hope points to this as yet another way in which the…
(PRWeb August 20, 2015)
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Updates to IXACT Contact’s powerful real estate email marketing platform make it easier than ever for REALTORS® to keep in touch with prospects and past clients more often, regardless of database…
(PRWeb August 19, 2015)
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Ryan Howard, who founded the electronic patient records company Practice Fusion, has stepped down from the CEO role. He now becomes chairman of the board.
The company’s chief commercial officer Tom Langan will take the CEO seat on an interim basis while a permanent replacement is sought, VentureWire reports. Until starting at Practice Fusion a year ago, Langan was chief financial officer at a health care analytics firm called Symphony Health Solutions.
Practice Fusion may be trying to assume the look of a soon-to-be-public company, some are speculating today. The eventual selection of a permanent CEO will tell the tale.
The startup has been has been trying to raise its visibility for the public markets for some time now; whether it has the balance sheet that investors would like is yet to be seen.
Regardless, San Francisco-based Practice Fusion has long been included in short lists of digital health companies most likely to hold public offerings.
Practice Fusion offers a free (and ad-based) electronic patient records system and a medical information research platform to physicians.
Howard founded Practice Fusion ten years ago, and the business got a big boost when the government began incentivizing medical practices to adopt patient records systems as part of health care reform.
Disney Infinity gets Star Wars The Force Awakens playset, four player Marvel Battlegrounds playset, Kingdom Hearts cross over weapons and illuminated “Light FX” lightsabers for figurines.
In 1054 BCE, a new light blazed in the night sky, four times brighter than Venus. Chinese astronomers called it a “guest star,” but today we call it a supernova: the dying explosion of a massive star. The star that created the supernova of 1054 had been dead for 6500 years by the time the light of its explosion reached Earth.
Red Hat’s Satellite systems management product adds Linux containers, virtual machines, and RHEL servers to its target systems.
There are few materials in the world stronger or more resilient or tougher than that indestructible Nokia cell phone that everyone had at one point in their life. You could run it over with a tank or drop it off the Empire State building or chuck it across a parking lot into a burning building and it would still work. What can destroy it though? The red hot nickel ball.
– Third store in Hong Kong, two VISION and one GDR systems installed through official distributer GreenLive – VISION and GDR Systems, LPGA’s official simulator, consistently used by world-class Korean…
(PRWeb August 14, 2015)
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Makers Can Now Spend Less Time on the Shipping and Fulfillment Process
(PRWeb August 13, 2015)
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