ORT Tool Announces Expansion

Manufacturing Facility to Double Its Size

We currently have a large amount of backlog in our fabrication department and are at a point where we cannot add any more resources to our current building”

— Angelo Milano, VP of Operations and Sales

ERIE, MICHIGAN, U.S., June 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — ORT announces the expansion of its existing facility as the result of continued business growth. “We currently have a large amount of backlog in our fabrication department and are at a point where we cannot add any more resources to our current building,” stated Angelo Milano, Vice President.

ORT Tool’s current fabrication building is 10,000 square feet. The expansion will be doubling the size of the current building. The addition will give the company 20,000 square feet. Along with the addition, ORT Tool will add new overhead doors, a new crane and driveway. The new building design will allow the company to expand further if needed.

The building expansion also means expansion of the ORT Tool’s workforce. The company will be looking to hire up to ten welders once the building is operational.

Construction will be fast-tracked. It is scheduled to begin by the end of June with the goal of completing the building by the end of August.
“The company has just finished two very good years. Our business continues to grow and this expansion will position ORT Tool to meet our customers’ needs as their businesses prosper,” commented Milano.

ORT Tool has been able to maintain business with its manufacturing customers while expanding into the electric vehicle, the renewable industries of wind and solar.

About Ort Tool
Ort Tool is a machine and fabrication shop located in Erie, MI with over 100,000 square feet of shop facilities. It builds all of their machine parts and assemblies to blue print for paper, chemical, wind, solar, transportation and oil and gas industries. Capabilities include CNC machining, grinding, EDM, welding, assembly, and design.

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Stanford Chiropractic Center Wins 10th Consecutive Talk Award for Patient Satisfaction

Palo Alto chiropractor Dr. Gavin Carr and his team received high marks again for patient satisfaction, earning them 10 straight Talk Awards.

We pride ourselves on patient education, so our customers make educated and informed choices in choosing the right path to their health while being actively involved in the process.”

— Dr. Gavin Carr

PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Talk Awards is proud to announce that Stanford Chiropractic Center has earned the highest possible patient satisfaction rating of 5 stars for 10 straight years and has thus received its tenth consecutive Talk Award.

Winners of the Talk Awards are based on The Stirling Center for Excellence’s independent, proprietary research and evaluation system, which identifies businesses with a track record of excellent customer service and satisfaction. The rating system combines data collected from nominations, online and other customer reviews, surveys, blogs, social networks, business-rating services, and other honors and accolades — all of which express the voice of the customer. Only those with a 4- or 5-star rating receive The Talk Award.

Family chiropractor Dr. Gavin Carr and the team at Stanford Chiropractic in Palo Alto believe in using chiropractic care to improve the health and wellness in all areas of patients' lives, whether they are having problems with back pain, neck pain, headaches or simply want to start feeling better when they wake up in the morning.

Dr. Carr has been serving the Bay Area for 30 years and takes care of patients of all ages, specializing in chiropractic adjustments. He has researched and developed some of the most advanced chiropractic techniques and adjustments, drawing patients from out of state and even out of the country on a regular basis.

Patient education is the practice’s primary focus. “We pride ourselves on patient education, so our customers make educated and informed choices in choosing the right path to their health while being actively involved in the process,” says Dr. Carr.

Excellent patient service at Stanford Chiropractic comes in the form of chiropractic health programs designed specifically for each patient’s individual needs. “We provide a thorough consultation for every patient,” says Office Manager Fernando Cruz. “We teach our patients about the spine and how it relates to overall health and wellness. We also provide corrective exercise programs to help our patients achieve physical strength and boost their health.”

Patient Carolee can attest to the benefits of the individualized experience received at Stanford Chiropractic. “I have been an asthmatic since childhood. I have always dealt with the fact that a couple of times a year I would have an allergic reaction to the pollens and end up involved with my asthma. As new meds became available my doctor kept me on inhaled steroids hoping to manage my asthma. I maintained the status quo. Originally I went to Dr. Carr to help me heal from a fall and eventually found relief from my asthma. I began to learn about how chiropractic care works and as my shoulder improved so did my asthma attacks. He relieved the stress on my nervous system with adjustments to my upper spine. Sounds so simple but the adjustments enabled my body to fend off the pollens successfully. I stopped the steroids and no chest infections for many years. No one is more surprised than my allergist and my family. I am free. Dr. Carr is professional, caring and honest. He is a healer. Fernando cleverly manages the office intricacies with ease making my visits enjoyable. He is funny. I feel lucky that someone referred me to this office.”

In addition to serving patients, Dr. Carr is committed to serving the community. The practice participates in programs such as FaceBook Festivals, which raises funds for the local community; the City of Mountain View Festivals; and the City of Menlo Park Summer Fest. “We educate the general public on all aspects of health while giving and donating services back to those in need,” says Dr. Carr.

In addition to receiving 10 consecutive Talk Awards for outstanding patient satisfaction, Dr. Carr was voted Best Chiropractor for 2017 and 2018 in the “Best of Palo Alto.”

Stanford Chiropractic Center is located at 489 Middlefield Road in Palo Alto. For more information, call 650-326-7000 or go online to www.stanfordchiropractic.com. Visit the center’s Talk Award Page at https://winner.thetalkawards.com/stanford-chiropractic-center.

About The Talk Awards
The Talk Awards were created to calculate customer satisfaction ratings for a variety of businesses, based on customer feedback online, and help businesses gain control of their image and reputation by providing consumers a fair and unbiased overview of their business. For more information about The Talk Awards, call 877-712-4758 or go online to www.thetalkawards.com.

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Shared Harvest Fund Creates Tech Collaborations to Strengthen myCOVIDMD Platform

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Technology Partnerships Create Seamless User Experience

We are proud to do our part to quickly develop a strong HIPAA security and privacy program to protect patient information so this incredible organization can focus on serving underserved communities.”

— Stacy Kirk

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Los Angeles-based tech for good, Shared Harvest Fund and its non-profit arm, Shared Harvest Foundation, are proud to announce multiple technology partners who have strengthened their myCOVIDMD initiative. By joining forces with Mobilize, Posture, Meter Feeder, and Signup.com, Shared Harvest has been able to expand the scope and reach of myCOVIDMD in recent weeks to provide free COVID-19 testing resources to some of the most vulnerable and at-risk communities throughout the United States.

As an online portal that safely connects individuals to free COVID-19 testing resources in real-time, myCOVIDMD has continued to embrace cutting-edge technology to achieve its goal of reaching and tethering people that are uninsured, underinsured, and/or unable to otherwise access COVID-19 testing. The initiative is centered around a virtual triaging system and offers pop-up covid testing events, contact tracing and matches each participant to a Community Health Advocate (CHA). These services are free, scalable, and have reached thousands since March through their block-party style culturally sensitive pop-up testing sites in Los Angeles and Oakland, CA; Queens, NY; and Atlanta, GA.

Integral to myCOVIDMD’s success is the multiple partnerships Shared Harvest Fund has secured with several prominent technology companies, including Mobilize, Posture, Meter Feeder, and Signup.com. Speaking to these accomplishments, Meter Feeder CEO Jim Gibbs noted “When you see someone giving aid to my brothers and sisters in underserved communities, I cannot sit on the sidelines. Bolstering the strength of America’s most vulnerable displays a much clearer path to economic and physical recovery. myCOVIDMD takes this a step beyond, to include support for the human being.”

Stacey Kirk, the CEO of Posture, spoke to a similar sentiment, stating that, "We are aligned with the vision and mission of myCOVIDMD. We are proud to do our part to quickly develop a strong HIPAA security and privacy program to protect patient information so this incredible organization can focus on serving underserved communities. In turn, we are so grateful that our partner Ninjio has donated 400 licenses for HIPAA and Cybersecurity Training to better prepare clinical volunteers."

About Shared Harvest Fund:
Shared Harvest Fund is a B-corp founded by three women doctors to spread prosperity through purpose and compassion. The founders understood that financial health directly impacts mental health and wellbeing. Shared Harvest is the first citizens health corps to tackle the health inequities of Covid-19 and student debt at the same time by building a network that promotes wellness, service and student debt relief.

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Developing custom syringes for highly viscous formulations to be discussed at Pre-filled Syringes San Francisco

Pre-filled Syringes San Francisco

Pre-filled Syringes San Francisco

SMi Reports: ‘Developing custom syringes for highly viscous formulations’ one of the many topics to be presented at Pre-filled Syringes San Francisco Conference

LONDON, KENSINGTON, UNITED KINGDOM, June 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — SMi Group is holding the inaugural Pre-filled Syringes San Francisco conference, taking place on the 14th and 15th September 2020, in San Francisco, USA.

Who should attend:
• Drug-delivery developers
• Medical Device Engineers
• Primary Packaging material designers
• Secondary packagers
• Smart device developers
• Training device developers
• Device-safety solution providers
• Drug developers

To find out more about The Inaugural Pre-Filled Syringes San Francisco conference please visit: http://www.prefilled-sanfrancisco.com/einpr7

The Pre-filled Syringes San Francisco Conference will be presenting a variety of topics, below are some key presentations:

‘Developing custom syringes for highly viscous formulations’
• Gilead and West are developing a custom cyclic olefin polymer (COP) syringe to enable delivery of viscous formulations through subcutaneous injection needles
• Due to the high injection forces required, syringe stresses and failure modes had to be well understood to inform design improvements
• The final syringe design can withstand forces in excess of 500N, while remaining ISO 11040-6 compliant to facilitate fill/finish activities
Walter Goodwin, Device Engineer, Device Development & Clinical Packaging Engineering, Gilead Sciences

‘Connected devices and their potential to deliver user benefits’
• What are connected systems of devices and why would a sponsor elect to develop a connected system
• Potential benefits of connected devices and the trade-offs
• Usability considerations of connected devices
Katie Atkinson, Manager, Human Factors Engineering, Bigfoot Biomedical

‘Post-Market safety reporting (PMSR) for combination products – Implementation’
• Summary of implemented updates to the guidance for industry
• Strategies in implementation of PMSR and its application to drugs and devices
• Industry response and developments – what have we seen in industry already and what is still needed?
• Case study: implementation of PMSR for a combination product
Khaudeja Bano, Senior Medical Director, Abbott Laboratorie

To register and see brochure with the full workshop agenda, and speaker line-up visit: http://www.prefilled-sanfrancisco.com/einpr7

Pre-filled Syringes San Francisco
14TH – 15TH September 2020
Hyatt Centric Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco

Proudly sponsored by: Credence MedSystems | Mitsubishi Gas Chemical | PHC Corporation | Plastic Ingenuity | Steris | Steri-Tek | Sumitomo | Zeon Speciality Materials|

For media queries please contact Jinna Sidhu at hsidhu@smi-online.co.uk or call +44 (0)20 7827 6088.

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Established since 1993, the SMi Group is a global event-production company that specializes in Business-to-Business Conferences, Workshops, Masterclasses and online Communities. We create and deliver events in the Defence, Security, Energy, Utilities, Finance and Pharmaceutical industries. We pride ourselves on having access to the world’s most forward-thinking opinion leaders and visionaries, allowing us to bring our communities together to Learn, Engage, Share and Network. More information can be found at http://www.smi-online.co.uk

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Renowned autism researcher Dr. Thomas Frazier joins Quadrant Biosciences Clinical Advisory Board

Dr. Frazier will help guide research and clinical acceptance of new Clarifi autism saliva test

Dr. Thomas Frazier joins Quadrant Biosciences Clinical Advisory Board

Dr. Frazier will help guide research and clinical acceptance of new Clarifi autism saliva test

SYRACUSE, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Quadrant Biosciences Inc. (“Quadrant Biosciences”), a leading developer of epigenetic diagnostic solutions including the first saliva test for autism spectrum disorder, has announced that clinical psychologist and multi-disciplinary autism researcher Thomas Frazier II, PhD, has joined its clinical advisory board.

Dr. Frazier, a Professor of Psychology at John Carroll University, is one of the leading researchers in the field of autism. Before joining the faculty at John Carroll, he was the Chief Science Officer for Autism Speaks, the largest autism advocacy organization in the United States. Previously, Dr. Frazier was director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Autism and an assistant professor of pediatrics at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine.

For almost 15 years, Dr. Frazier has been involved in the assessment and behavioral treatment of children with autism spectrum disorder. Among his research projects include pioneering work on the potential under-diagnosis of autism in girls and women, and the development of remote eye gaze tracking for the early identification of autism.

“We are thrilled and honored to have someone of Dr. Frazier’s caliber join our clinical advisory board,” said Richard Uhlig, Founder and CEO of Quadrant Biosciences. “He is a highly respected researcher in the autism space, and will bring valuable insights and thought leadership to our company’s efforts. Dr. Frazier will be a great addition to our already exceptional advisory board.”

Dr. Frazier has published more than 120 peer-reviewed research papers, presented more than 150 scientific abstracts, and presented talks at numerous national and international autism research conferences. Among his many professional accolades include receiving the National Institutes of Health Career Developmental Award supporting his multidisciplinary clinical research on the biological effects of autism-linked gene changes.

“I am excited to join the clinical advisory board and work alongside such highly esteemed autism researchers and clinicians to further the implementation and adoption of Clarifi ASD as a useful diagnostic tool for clinicians,” said Dr. Frazier. “I believe that this new biological test can help facilitate earlier, more accurate autism diagnoses and ultimately help children access much needed early intervention services sooner.”

Dr. Frazier received his undergraduate degree magna cum laude in psychology from John Carroll University, and completed both his master’s and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology at Case Western Reserve University. His postgraduate training includes an internship in clinical neuropsychology at Ann Arbor VA Medical Center and a fellowship in clinical neuropsychology at The Cleveland Clinic’s Department of Psychiatry and Psychology, Section of Neuropsychology.

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About Quadrant Biosciences
Quadrant Biosciences is a life science company involved in the development of epigenetic diagnostic solutions for large-scale health issues. The company has entered into collaborative research relationships with a number of institutions including SUNY Upstate Medical University, Penn State College of Medicine, Cincinnati Children's Hospital, University of Missouri, Baylor College of Medicine, Allegheny Health Network, and Autism Speaks' Autism Treatment Network, to explore and develop novel epigenetic biomarker technologies with an initial focus on Autism Spectrum Disorder, concussion injuries, and Parkinson's Disease. Quadrant Biosciences also participates in the Start-up NY program, a New York State economic development program.

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CCHR Applauds State Acting on African American Teen Psychiatric Restraint Death

seclusion and restraints

Mental Health Watchdog and Task Force Against Institutional Racism Leader say Michigan could potentially lead the way for national restraint death reform, saying psychiatric restraints should be banned to save lives

Mental Health Watchdog and Task Force Against Institutional Racism Leader say Michigan could potentially lead the way for national restraint death reform

Too many psychiatric restraint deaths are excused as an unfortunate but acceptable outcome in behavioral hospitals, and therefore, immune to prosecution. There’s an inequity in the law.”

— CCHR International

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Kalamazoo County, Michigan Medical Examiner’s office has ruled that 16-year-old African American Cornelius Frederick’s death following a restraint procedure at Lakeside Academy, a psychiatric facility, was a homicide. Three staff have been charged with involuntary manslaughter and second-degree child abuse. Two were also accused of restraining Frederick in a “grossly negligent manner,” Kalamazoo County Prosecutor Jeff Getting announced.[1]

Citizens Commission on Human Rights International (CCHR), a 51-year mental health industry watchdog group and Rev. Frederick Shaw, head of the NAACP Inglewood-South Bay Branch, commended authorities and Michigan state agencies for quickly acting on the death. On April 29, 2020, Frederick, a ward of the state since age 14, was physically restrained at the Sequel Youth & Family Services-owned residential psychiatric facility that treats foster care and other children with behavioral issues. Frederick went into cardiac arrest while being restrained by staff, allegedly after throwing a sandwich on the floor and becoming unruly. According to the family’s attorney, Frederick started yelling, “I can’t breathe!” before passing out. Thirty hours later, he was dead.[2]

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has terminated its contract with Lakeside and started the process to revoke its license.[3] MDHHS Director Robert Gordon issued a statement on June 22 that “we will not rest until we have changed the system that allowed his death,” and MI Governor Gretchen Whitmer has directed actions be taken to correct the system.[4] MDHHS said it “will change its policies to forbid the use of physical restraints in all its licensed and contracted facilities.”

Shaw, who recently started a Task Force against racism in the mental health system, comprising African American doctors, psychologists, ministers, attorneys and advocates, said he will present evidence to members of the Michigan Black Caucus to support a ban on restraint use in all state and private psychiatric hospitals.[5] He cited a Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice article that said following the civil rights movement, stereotyping or falsely profiling Blacks as criminals became so pervasive that any “young Black male,” could be seen as potentially violent or disruptive.[6]

“This indoctrinated mind-set has to change. The tragedy of Cornelius Frederick raises concerns about institutional racism in the mental health and foster care/juvenile detention systems. African Americans are over-represented in restraint-related deaths of children and adults with disabilities and are racially stereotyped as violent—a throw-back to eugenics—which can predispose them to being drugged and restrained more,” Rev. Shaw said.

CCHR worked with others to obtain reforms to federal regulations regarding restraint use in mental health facilities following a Hartford Courant series on restraint deaths in 1998 that led to a Congressional Hearing on the issue. Jan Eastgate, president of CCHR International, said it’s time for a complete overhaul of the potentially deadly practice, not just in Michigan but nationwide.

She said patients can often be affected by psychotropic drugs that can induce violent behavior leading to them being restrained and this should be investigated in any restraint death. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) regulations say that “a patient may experience a severe medication reaction that causes him or her to become violent.”[7]

Shaw adds that an investigation should also determine if Michigan psychiatric facilities are excessively prone to using restraints against African Americans and minorities and also on foster care children entrusted to these facilities’ care.

CCHR cites cases such as the U.S. Supreme Court which held that patients, even those who are involuntarily committed, have constitutionally protected liberty interests.[8] Testimony in another case suggested that Restraint and Seclusion (R&S) are often used “reactively and inappropriately” by staff.[9]

The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law addressed restraint deaths saying patients’ basic constitutional rights, such as life and liberty interests and freedom from cruel and unusual punishment or unnecessary bodily restraints, are protected. “Violation of any of these rights may be grounds for damages in a case involving R&S,” the journal reported. Further, “because risks to patients can be severe, some scholars advocate the complete elimination of R&S.”[10]

CCHR agrees with the elimination, saying that too many psychiatric restraint deaths are excused as an unfortunate but acceptable outcome in behavioral hospitals, and therefore, immune to prosecution. There’s an inequity in the law, it says. Shaw says, “Frederick’s death is an example of systemic abuse and institutional racism that pervades the psychiatric-behavioral industry nationwide and should be held accountable—judicially and legislatively. Right now, Michigan could lead the way to potential effective reform.”

CCHR also calls on people to support the Michigan Center for Youth Justice online petition to get Justice for Cornelius Frederick.[11]

CCHR is a mental health watchdog responsible for more than 180 laws that protect patients from damaging psychiatric practices. DONATE to support its work here: https://www.cchrint.org/cchrint-donate/

References:

[1] “Cornelius Fredericks: 3 charged after medical examiner rules Black teen's death was homicide,” Associated Press, 25 Jun. 2020, https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/06/25/cornelius-fredericks-death-3-charged/3256015001/?fbclid=IwAR0BBtH9pDQHpXzD3c7LAku-AzTl4Q_9Ku_UR6ueITpGUStd4qRHadv7w6w

[2] “Foster care teen’s death draws scrutiny to group home outbreaks: Who is looking out for these children?” Journal Star, 15 May 2020, https://www.pjstar.com/zz/news/20200515/foster-care-teens-death-draws-scrutiny-to-group-home-outbreaks-who-is-looking-out-for-these-children; Corey Williams, “Lawsuit: Michigan Teen Screamed ‘I Can’t Breathe’ During Restraint,” WPVE, 22 June 2020, https://www.wvpe.org/post/lawsuit-michigan-teen-screamed-i-cant-breathe-during-restraint

[3] https://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339–532443–,00.html

[4] https://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339–532626–,00.html

[5] http://www.wicz.com/story/42281098/task-force-launched-to-combat-institutional-racism-in-psychiatric-industry; https://www.ktvn.com/story/42226984/naacp-inglewood-and-cchr-rep-calls-for-restraints-ban-in-psychiatric-hospitals

[6] https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1043986207306870?journalCode=ccja

[7] https://www.cms.gov/Regulations-and-Guidance/Legislation/CFCsAndCoPs/downloads/finalpatientrightsrule.pdf

[8] Patricia R. Recupero, et al., “Restraint and Seclusion in Psychiatric Treatment Settings: Regulation, Case Law, and Risk Management,” Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Online, Dec. 2011, 39 (4) 465-476; http://jaapl.org/content/39/4/465

[9] Ibid.

[10] Ibid.

[11] https://njjn.org/article/michigan-center-for-youth-justice-seeks-justice-for-cornelius-fredrick

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Columbus to host virtual summit to help Pharmaceutical Companies leverage Microsoft business applications

Join Columbus for a no-cost virtual Life Sciences summit on July 16, 2020 for a morning of demo-oriented sessions and a customer case study spotlight.

We want people to understand the possibilities available to them when they have the right tools and know how to leverage them to achieve better business outcomes.”

— Patric Timmermans

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Columbus U.S. will host a virtual summit for the Life Sciences industry on July 16, 2020. The no-cost event is geared towards professionals in the medical device and pharmaceutical sectors who work with business applications that drive supply chain success and data-driven organizational insights.

The program is demo-oriented, allowing attendees to see firsthand the capabilities of modern technology and business applications solutions including Data and Analytics, Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio and Microsoft Power Platform. The event will feature three main sessions including a customer spotlight.

"We want people to understand the possibilities available to them when they have the right tools and know how to leverage them to achieve better business outcomes," says Patric Timmermans, director of marketing at Columbus U.S.

The virtual summit will kick off with a Data and Analytics in Life Sciences demo led by Columbus’ Digital Advisory team. The session includes a demonstration on how data can be extracted from Microsoft Dynamics 365 and input into an Azure Machine Learning model and published as an Azure service. The presenters will also discuss the Data Journey and explain how data and analytics insights can be invaluable from the basic stages to the more advanced capabilities.

The next session, Tracking and Tracing in Life Sciences, focuses on Supply Chain success and will discuss and demonstrate how technology can drive a pro-active business model with actionable steps. This session will include a discussion of pre-configured dashboards, predictive analytics and predictions fueled by Microsoft Azure Machine Learning. Attendees will see demonstrations related to order entry, test results tracking, and updating Microsoft Dynamics 365 straight from the app.

One of Columbus’ most recent Life Sciences customers, Mach Medical, will be present in the Customer Story Spotlight. This session will give industry peers insight into the most important factors to consider when making decisions about technology solutions, especially as it pertains to a cohesive approach with a unified tech stack, versus a siloed ERP solution. The Q&A between Mach Medical’s Steve Rozow and Columbus’ Matthew Boese will also highlight the importance of Life Sciences-specific technology solutions.

Registration is open now and can be found here.

Anyone interested is encouraged to register, even if they can only attend part of the Summit or can’t attend at all. The recording will be sent to all registrants after the event.

Following the event, attendees will have the opportunity to schedule a one-on-one meeting with a Columbus expert to ask any company-specific questions that were not addressed during the Summit.

About Columbus
Columbus helps ambitious companies transform, maximize and future-proof their businesses digitally. Columbus is a global IT service and consulting company with more than 2,000 employees serving our customers worldwide. We offer a comprehensive solution portfolio with deep industry knowledge, extensive technology expertise and profound customer insight that help customers thrive far into the future.

www.columbusglobal.com/en-us

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New Mailing List Website Offers Educational Funding Seekers & Student Debt Mailing Lists

Student Tuition Assistance Prospects

Online Class Seekers Mailing Lists

College Students by Class Year Mailing Lists

Student Debt Leads for Calling or Mailing

Sprint Data Solutions is now offering a wide arrange of Educational Prospects Mailing Lists. Reach out to NEW students for traditional and online classes today.

LAS VEGAS, NV, US, June 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Reach out to a wide array of Educational Prospects for Online Classes, Traditional Classes, Students seeking Tuition Assistance, Students with Student Debt that need assistance are all now easily contacted through Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing. New website now providing a smorgasbord of student educational mailing lists.

A good education is one of the priorities of both parents and older students who are now looking at their tertiary education options. While a good education is not a guarantee of success, what it does allow is for many more doors of opportunity to open, giving graduates much better odds of choice and success in a variety of different careers.

However, students, and the educational apparatus that surrounds them, are also a very active, dynamic market. This is a demographic that is making some serious financial decisions about their life, often for the first time. They are making choices to exercise their financial independence and flex those muscles in ways that may make a difference for the rest of their lives. It is a highly specialized demographic, with concerns unlike any other, and to reach them effectively takes the help of experts like Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing.

The Origin Of Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing
Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing is proud to be a 100% American business that is owned and operated by a disabled veteran. After completing duties to protect the country, it was decided the next frontier was starting a business that helped other American companies. With a management roster that has over 50 years of combined experience in the marketing and promotion industries, Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing started its own path in its home city and state of Las Vegas, Nevada.

The company first entered the industry before the advent of integrated digital marketing, getting its start with traditional techniques such as direct mail lists. This gave Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing the crucial experience it needed to understand how vital up-to-date, relevant mailing lists can be for clients interested in growing their business. Eventually, the company became so successful it expanded its range of service, spreading throughout the entire continental United States, and then even Hawaii and Alaska. Today, Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing serves not just the whole USA, but also other countries like Mexico and even France in Europe.

The Educational Sector
There are a lot of components to the education sector, meaning that individual interests with potential students vary, as well as the different businesses, partners, vendors, products, and services that serve this sector. From students interested in retail electronics like smartphones and laptops optimized for student work to people researching which schools would best serve their career aspirations, there is a vast spectrum of different considerations for people in this demographic, and the groups and businesses that cater to them.
This presents many different opportunities for varied business interests, charities, volunteer organizations, and others to reach out to a vital demographic that is just coming into their own. However, reaching out to students and even other potential vendors in the education sector can be daunting. Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide Marketing can help with an assortment of lists.

Currency Is Always A Priority
One of the most critical factors in getting usable mailing lists for education is the currency of those names and addresses. After all, the average college student is out of school and in the workforce within 3-4 years, so, unlike a residential address, a listing that is five years old may no longer be relevant.
This is why Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide is committed to continually updating and collating education mailing lists. Enrollment in new schools happens every year, and with it, our commitment to refreshing our databases and ensuring that new student names are entered into it, as well as returning students. Even students who are only just beginning to research options for further education may be good candidates for certain marketing and promotional activities. When you come to Sprint Data Worldwide Solutions, you get lists for education leads that have carefully cultivated across a variety of different aspects including:

College Location
Some students will be looking at different schools based on the location, and this is valuable information for particular business interests. Getting information on which students are considering a school in a specific location opens up certain marketing and sales opportunities.

College Requirements
Other students will be looking at specific schools based on their grades or their interest of study. For businesses that are focused on art students, for example, getting a list of students interested in the arts can be lucrative. The same goes for students with a legal or medical interest.

Degree Counseling Or Tuition
Sometimes students require a bit of extra guidance or need to talk to someone familiar with educational requirements and institutions, even get a little help with studies. These services can be highly sought after, but only if students know where to go.

Career Placement & Career Counseling
Students may be young, but at the same time, they are expected to start making choices that will determine their future career track. Some students look for guidance on what those options should be or how best to apply their interests to an occupation. Lists of students looking for such advice can be very useful.

Continuing Education Requirements
Some students buck the trend and have been out of school for a while and wish to return, or are just now starting after years in the workforce. Continuing education students have their own needs and specific concerns that some businesses can benefit from providing.

Military Veterans Seeking Continued Education
Some people that have served in the military now have the opportunity, as veterans, to receive the education they deserve but might not have had the opportunity to enjoy. For businesses that want to help veterans make the most of their second chance at education, these lists can be invaluable.

We Can Help
If you’re interested in reaching out to people with an interest in education, and you’d like to do it through physical mail, email, or even other media, such as Text Messaging/SMS on phones, we can help you. Come to Sprint Data Solutions Worldwide, and you can gain access to a continually updated list with current students and different interests within the educational sector. Get a higher, more effective response rate for your efforts with more precise targeting.

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Digital Health Service Market 2020, Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast – 2025

A New Market Study, titled “Digital Health Service Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, June 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Summary

A New Market Study, titled “Digital Health Service Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.

This report provides in depth study of “Digital Health Service Market” using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization. The Digital Health Service Market report also provides an in-depth survey of key players in the market which is based on the various objectives of an organization such as profiling, the product outline, the quantity of production, required raw material, and the financial health of the organization.

This market report offers a comprehensive analysis of the global Digital Health Service market. This report focused on Digital Health Service market past and present growth globally. Global research on Global Digital Health Service Industry presents a market overview, product details, classification, market concentration, and maturity study. The market value and growth rate from 2019-2025 along with industry size estimates are explained.

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This report focuses on the global Digital Health Service status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Digital Health Service development in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Central & South America.

The key players covered in this study
Cityzen Sciences
Companion Medical
DexCom Inc
Emperra Diabetes Care
Gait Up
Gaugewear
Glysens
Hivox Biotek
Medtronic
Novarum DX
Pkvitality
Sensum
Smartlife
StretchSense
Vitali
Welbean

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into
Wearable Devices
Telehealth and Telemedicine
Personalized Medicine

Market segment by Application, split into
Hospital Care
Home Care
Other

Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers
North America
Europe
China
Japan
Southeast Asia
India
Central & South America

The study objectives of this report are:
To analyze global Digital Health Service status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.
To present the Digital Health Service development in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Central & South America.
To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies.
To define, describe and forecast the market by type, market and key regions.

In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Digital Health Service are as follows:
History Year: 2015-2019
Base Year: 2019
Estimated Year: 2020
Forecast Year 2020 to 2026
For the data information by region, company, type and application, 2019 is considered as the base year. Whenever data information was unavailable for the base year, the prior year has been considered.

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Major Key Points in Table of Content

1 Report Overview
1.1 Study Scope
1.2 Key Market Segments
1.3 Players Covered: Ranking by Digital Health Service Revenue
1.4 Market Analysis by Type
1.4.1 Global Digital Health Service Market Size Growth Rate by Type: 2020 VS 2026
1.4.2 Wearable Devices
1.4.3 Telehealth and Telemedicine
1.4.4 Personalized Medicine
1.5 Market by Application
1.5.1 Global Digital Health Service Market Share by Application: 2020 VS 2026
1.5.2 Hospital Care
1.5.3 Home Care
1.5.4 Other
1.6 Study Objectives
1.7 Years Considered

2 Global Growth Trends by Regions
2.1 Digital Health Service Market Perspective (2015-2026)
2.2 Digital Health Service Growth Trends by Regions
2.2.1 Digital Health Service Market Size by Regions: 2015 VS 2020 VS 2026
2.2.2 Digital Health Service Historic Market Share by Regions (2015-2020)
2.2.3 Digital Health Service Forecasted Market Size by Regions (2021-2026)
2.3 Industry Trends and Growth Strategy
2.3.1 Market Top Trends
2.3.2 Market Drivers
2.3.3 Market Challenges
2.3.4 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
2.3.5 Digital Health Service Market Growth Strategy
2.3.6 Primary Interviews with Key Digital Health Service Players (Opinion Leaders)

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13Key Players Profiles
13.1 Cityzen Sciences
13.1.1 Cityzen Sciences Company Details
13.1.2 Cityzen Sciences Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.1.3 Cityzen Sciences Digital Health Service Introduction
13.1.4 Cityzen Sciences Revenue in Digital Health Service Business (2015-2020))
13.1.5 Cityzen Sciences Recent Development
13.2 Companion Medical
13.2.1 Companion Medical Company Details
13.2.2 Companion Medical Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.2.3 Companion Medical Digital Health Service Introduction
13.2.4 Companion Medical Revenue in Digital Health Service Business (2015-2020)
13.2.5 Companion Medical Recent Development
13.3 DexCom Inc
13.3.1 DexCom Inc Company Details
13.3.2 DexCom Inc Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.3.3 DexCom Inc Digital Health Service Introduction
13.3.4 DexCom Inc Revenue in Digital Health Service Business (2015-2020)
13.3.5 DexCom Inc Recent Development
13.4 Emperra Diabetes Care
13.4.1 Emperra Diabetes Care Company Details
13.4.2 Emperra Diabetes Care Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.4.3 Emperra Diabetes Care Digital Health Service Introduction
13.4.4 Emperra Diabetes Care Revenue in Digital Health Service Business (2015-2020)
13.4.5 Emperra Diabetes Care Recent Development
13.5 Gait Up
13.5.1 Gait Up Company Details
13.5.2 Gait Up Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.5.3 Gait Up Digital Health Service Introduction
13.5.4 Gait Up Revenue in Digital Health Service Business (2015-2020)
13.5.5 Gait Up Recent Development
13.6 Gaugewear
13.6.1 Gaugewear Company Details
13.6.2 Gaugewear Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.6.3 Gaugewear Digital Health Service Introduction
13.6.4 Gaugewear Revenue in Digital Health Service Business (2015-2020)
13.6.5 Gaugewear Recent Development
13.7 Glysens
13.7.1 Glysens Company Details
13.7.2 Glysens Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.7.3 Glysens Digital Health Service Introduction
13.7.4 Glysens Revenue in Digital Health Service Business (2015-2020)
13.7.5 Glysens Recent Development
13.8 Hivox Biotek
13.8.1 Hivox Biotek Company Details
13.8.2 Hivox Biotek Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.8.3 Hivox Biotek Digital Health Service Introduction
13.8.4 Hivox Biotek Revenue in Digital Health Service Business (2015-2020)
13.8.5 Hivox Biotek Recent Development
13.9 Medtronic
13.9.1 Medtronic Company Details
13.9.2 Medtronic Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.9.3 Medtronic Digital Health Service Introduction
13.9.4 Medtronic Revenue in Digital Health Service Business (2015-2020)
13.9.5 Medtronic Recent Development
13.10 Novarum DX
13.10.1 Novarum DX Company Details
13.10.2 Novarum DX Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.10.3 Novarum DX Digital Health Service Introduction
13.10.4 Novarum DX Revenue in Digital Health Service Business (2015-2020)
13.10.5 Novarum DX Recent Development
13.11 Pkvitality
13.12 Sensum
13.13 Smartlife
13.14 StretchSense
13.15 Vitali
13.16 Welbean

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Restriction On Non-Essential Healthcare Services Due To Coronavirus Has Led To Decline In The Market

Healthcare Services Market Report

Healthcare Services Global Market Report 2020-30: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery

The Business Research Company’s Global Healthcare Services Market Overview 2020-30: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, June 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The global healthcare services market size is expected to decline from $7102.7 billion in 2019 to $6657.1 billion in 2020 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of -6.3%. The decline is mainly due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the measures to contain it. Globally, all essential and emergency healthcare services have been prioritized which include COVID-related activities, prevention and management of communicable diseases, reproductive health, maternal health, new-born and child health, and other emergencies, while, non-essential services that include health promotional activities, other non-emergency screening services, routine diagnostic tests, and other desired health services among others have been restricted and recommended to shut down. Therefore, although some medical emergency services are available, since most of the other healthcare services are shut down, the market is expected to slightly decline. The healthcare services market growth is then expected to recover and grow at a CAGR of 7% from 2021 and reach $9725.4 billion in 2023.

The healthcare services market consists of sales of healthcare services and related goods by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that provide human healthcare services. This industry includes establishments that provide services such as medical and diagnostic laboratory services, dental services, nursing care, residential substance abuse and mental health facilities, and other healthcare services.

The global healthcare services market share is segmented by type into medical and diagnostic laboratory services, dental services, home health care and residential nursing care services, residential substance abuse and mental health facilities, hospitals and outpatient care centers, physicians and other health practitioners, all other ambulatory health care services, and ambulance services. By end user, it is segmented into male and female. By type of expenditure, the market segments as public and private. The subsegments included are medical laboratory services, diagnostic imaging centers, general dentistry, oral surgery, orthodontics and prosthodontics, other dental services, home health care providers, nursing care facilities, orphanages & group homes, retirement communities, residential mental health & intellectual disability facilities, substance abuse centers, hospitals, outpatient care centers, specialist doctors, primary care doctors, physical therapists, optometrists, chiropractors, podiatrists, ground ambulance services, air ambulance services, and water ambulance services.

According to healthcare services market trends, laboratories in developed economies are looking to optimize by investing in automatizing equipment to meet the demands of testing more efficiently. Automating labs increases cost efficiency and automated equipment is being introduced in core areas of diagnostics like microbiology and molecular diagnostics. For example, the Aptio Automation System at NHS, Tayside, processes 7000 tubes per day, a 20% increase in the workload of its main laboratory, without any additional staff.

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