Caserta Announces Nationwide Geographic Expansion



Leading data and analytics consulting firm expands national footprint.

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, January 28, 2020 / — Following rapid growth in 2019, data and analytics consulting firm Caserta is pleased to announce the expansion of its headquarters to key locations across the United States.

With key firm stakeholders now in New York City, Boston, Chicago, and Los Angeles, and consultants in 17 states, Caserta’s growth to hubs across the country ensures seamless delivery of its nationwide offerings to its clients.

“Caserta has worked with more than 120 clients across 30 states and 8 countries. I look forward to further growth in 2020 as we continue to expand our geographic presence nationwide,” said Joe Caserta, founding President of Caserta.

Earlier this month, Caserta announced the growth of its leadership team with SVP of Sales, Alex Magness who was hired on the heels of industry thought leader, Doug Laney, who joined the firm as Principal, Data & Analytics Strategy.

About Caserta
Caserta is a leading professional services company that helps transform businesses for growth by aligning their organization’s people, processes, and platforms to become analytics-driven. Their strategic assessments, actionable roadmaps, and innovative designs deliver advanced implementations that leverage the latest technologies and proven frameworks to help enterprises monetize data.

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Diabetes Research Institute Foundation Appoints Sean Kramer as CEO

"I can think of no better way to make a difference for millions with diabetes than to raise the money the DRI's scientists need to do their critical research."

HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA, USA, January 28, 2020 / — The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation (DRIF) today announced the appointment of Sean Kramer, MBA, as its new Chief Executive Officer. Kramer comes to the DRIF with more than two decades of proven fundraising success and experience in achieving outstanding results for capital campaigns and other major development initiatives.

Kramer has been a prominent fundraising leader for some of the most respected and highly recognized nonprofit organizations, particularly in the health area. He most recently was senior vice president and chief development officer for Parkinson’s Foundation’s Miami and New York offices, where he directed a nationwide development team and increased revenue almost 60% in two years.

Previously, as assistant vice president for Baptist Health South Florida, he led the major philanthropic efforts that established the Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute and Miami Cancer Institute, surpassing the campaign goal by 55%.

With deep roots in South Florida, Kramer has also held executive management and fundraising roles at American Cancer Society, Barry University, Florida International University, and American Red Cross. While he has focused his career in the nonprofit sector, he spent time in the for-profit sector at Palm Beach life insurance firm Jones Lowry, where he developed new business relationships with ultra-high net worth individuals.

“I am very excited to join the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation and build upon the extraordinary work that’s already been done. Throughout my career, I’ve been passionate about helping people. I can think of no better way to make a difference for millions living with diabetes than to raise the money the DRI’s scientists need to do their critical research. As someone living with diabetes, the DRIF’s cure-focused mission is very personal for me and my family and a big reason why I wanted to join this incredible organization,” said Kramer, who was diagnosed with an unusual form of type 1 diabetes in 2018. He is the fourth-generation member of his family to have diabetes.

“We are thrilled to have Sean join the DRIF team as our new CEO. His track record as an accomplished leader and a fundraising professional demonstrates his ability to manage transformational change. We believe that with his proven development skills he will take our organization to the next level and raise the necessary funds to allow our scientists to continue their work toward a cure of type 1 diabetes,” said William J. Fishlinger, chairman of the DRI Foundation’s National Board of Directors.

Kramer received a bachelor’s degree in political science from Florida International University and a master’s degree in business administration with honors from the University of Miami. He resides in the Miami area with his wife, Anna McConnell, M.D., and three daughters, ages 14, 13, and 11.

About the Diabetes Research Institute and Foundation
The mission of the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation is to provide the Diabetes Research Institute with the funding necessary to cure diabetes now. The Diabetes Research Institute at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine leads the world in cure-focused research. As one of the largest and most comprehensive research centers dedicated to curing diabetes, the DRI is aggressively working to develop a biological cure by restoring natural insulin production in people living with the disease. Researchers have already shown that transplanted islet cells allow patients to live without the need for insulin therapy. Some study participants have maintained insulin independence for more than 10 years. The DRI is now building upon these promising outcomes through its BioHub strategy, a multi-pronged approach that addresses the major challenges standing in the way of a cure. For more information, please visit or call 800-321-3437.

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Lois Webb of Idaho Success Center to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO, UNITED STATES, January 28, 2020 / — In a world where the stress of everyday life can hit us hard, our family is our pillar of strength and support where the entire family gains a real comforting sense of belonging. Research shows that having solid family relationships are essential to our well-being and pivotal to how we connect and interact with the outside world. But every family has their ups and downs and life is not without its challenges and struggles.

Lois is an exceptional Licensed and Certified Life coach providing the most optimal tools to resolve conflicts and facilitate relationships so families can truly connect.

“When I assist parents in sharpening their parenting skills, I utilize the most practical resources available,” says Lois. “Although raising children can be extremely rewarding it naturally has it’s frustrating and overwhelming moments. By objectively assisting each family member to navigate through difficult situations they experience a different mindset and establish more highly effective ways of communicating with one another. It’s especially gratifying helping children and teenagers find clarity and well-balanced lives.”

A loving mom of 5 and grandmother of seventeen grandchildren, Lois is familiar with quintessential meaning of a nurturing family environment. Bullied as a child, she was fortunate to have the support and the encouragement of her mother that helped her recognize her strengths and literally blossom. When she got married, although regrettably after 35 years after it didn’t work out, Lois faced a painful time of great loss, she stood strong and encouraged herself to embrace a positive future and move forward even after the heartbreak of divorce. After seeking out a coach who brought her the proper guidance to transition with reassurance, Lois knew becoming a Family coach was her life’s purpose and she has never looked back.

“I’m familiar with the heartache in relationships but now I thrive in the joy of compassion and tolerance and the ability to heal through forgiveness,” says Lois. “As a life coach I offer the most innovative solution-focused tools to work through issues such as encouraging forgiveness. By allowing people to make mistakes, because none of us are perfect can healing truly occur.”

Lois’s coaching sessions are tailored to each and every family member since every person is an individual with different needs. In order to help, each of her clients begin strengthening relationships with one another.

Lois says, whether it’s God or the universe, there is something that is bigger than we are. Through careful observation of the family circumstances, she helps them establish positive thinking with programs that are tailored to each family that is both sustainable and effective.

“I find so much joy especially working with children and teens seeing them progress and acquire joy from my coaching sessions as their family connects on a deeper level and achieves happiness through understanding each other’s unique gifts,” says Lois.

“Families are the core of our civilization,” says Lois. “If our families can stay together amicably with love and respect, we can make a difference in so many additional lives. Helping our children truly value relationships and move forward with positivity is a key. Looking to the future compassionately will give them bright, successful futures because love is the answer and forgiveness is the joy to our life’s journey.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Lois Webb in an interview with Jim Masters on Tuesday January 28th at 1 p.m. EST.

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Ideagen Secures New Contract With American Association of Tissue Banks

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Ideagen (LSE:IDEA)

Partnering with ECL2 allows us to harness their understanding of US regulations and standards and their relationships with key potential customers in the US Life Science and Healthcare market.”

— Kevin McSharry, Head of Sales – QHSE (MS) Healthcare, Ideagen

NOTTINGHAM, EAST MIDLANDS, UNITED KINGDOM, January 28, 2020 / — Leading international provider of quality management software, Ideagen PLC, has today announced a long term deal for the licensing and hosting of its flagship Q-Pulse product with the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB).

The AATB is responsible for auditing and accrediting tissue banks across the US. The introduction of Q-Pulse is seen as a strategic move which is expected to encourage wider adoption of the software across the industry.

The AATB was introduced to Ideagen’s Q-Pulse package by one of the firm’s international partners, ECL2, which specialises in providing complete solutions for Quality Management, Safety Management and Enterprise Risk Management for the US Healthcare and Life Sciences market. ECL2 has vast experience in this field and has worked with three quarters of the Organ Procurement Organisations (OPOs) and multiple Tissue Banks in the US to standardise clinical quality processes in what is a highly regulated and sensitive area. The vision is to help to foster the same level of quality standardisation across American tissue banks.

Kevin McSharry, Head of Sales – QHSE (MS) Healthcare, Ideagen, said: “We are delighted to be able to welcome the American Association of Tissue Banks as our newest Q-Pulse customer. Partnering with ECL2 allows us to harness their experience and understanding of US regulations and standards and their relationships with the key potential customers in the US Life Science and Healthcare market. This contract is an example of how well this type of partnership agreement can work.”

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Registration Opens for SMi’s 20th Annual Pain Therapeutics Conference

Pain Therapeutics Conference 2020

Pain Therapeutics Conference 2020

SMi Reports: Pain Therapeutics will return to London for its 20th consecutive year to explore the cutting-edge research of novel therapeutics

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, January 28, 2020 / — SMi Group are pleased to announce the 20th annual Pain Therapeutics Conference, taking place in London on 11th – 12th May 2020.

The two-day event will explore the current state of pain treatment, starting with research essentials including choosing the right preclinical models to overviewing clinical success up to date, highlighting cutting-edge research and evaluating the potential of drug candidates in the pipelines of leading pharmaceuticals.

This year, the conference will carry a Pain Research Essentials theme to closely observe analgesics drug development from a preclinical point of view. Industry experts will address the latest biomarker discoveries, bridging the translational gap, differences of pain pathology across sexes, and consequently, the need for distinct gender animal models. This will be topped with a panel discussion around novel drug targets in neuropathic pain treatment.

Interested parties should register before January 31st 2020 to save £400 from the conference price

Event Highlights:
• Rethink pain research by exploring novel biomarkers, sex differences in nociception, pain clinical trial design and novel targets.
• Learn about Mundipharma’s approach to bridging the translation gap in analgesic drug development.
• Gain understanding of Grunenthal’s rationale behind targeting the NOP receptor for chronic pain treatment.
• Explore struggles of opioid-based treatments and explore targeting non-opioid alternatives such as cannabinoids from Centrexion.
• Improve your understanding of the role of neuro-immune interactions in pain with GSK.

Confirmed Speakers:
• Richard Malamut, Chief Medical Officer and EVP, Collegium Pharma
• Edward Emery, Investigator, GSK
• Carole Torsney, Senior Lecturer, University of Edinburgh
• James Campbell, Chief Scientific Officer, Centrexion Therapeutics
• Theo Meert, Head of R&D Global Governmental Grant Office, Janssen
• Zahid Ali, Head Clinical Pharmacology and Translational Medicine, Mundipharma Research Limited
• Domenico Merante, Clinical Development Expert, Independent
• Tanja Ouimet, Director of Clinical Development, Pharmaleads
• Stephen Hunt, Professor, UCL
• Cristina Cosi, Senior Scientist Pharmacology, CNS Innovation Unit, Pierre-Fabre Research Institute
• Sandrine Geranton, Associate Professor, UCL
• Joop van Griensven, President, Pain Alliance Europe

The full agenda and speaker line-up can be viewed online at

For sponsorship enquiries contact Alia Malick on +44 (0)20 7827 6164 or

For media enquiries, contact Simi Sapal on +44 (0) 20 7827 6000 or

Pain Therapeutics 2020
Conference: 11th – 12th May 2020
Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK

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About SMi Group:
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

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Ancillare Appoints Vice President of Clinical and Business Operations

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Global Clinical and Ancillary Supply Chain leader Ancillare, LP, announced it has appointed Danielle Frederick to Vice President of Clinical and Business Operations.

Danielle Frederick, former Senior Director of Quality Assurance, joins the executive leadership team at Ancillare, LP.

HORSHAM, PA, UNITED STATES, January 28, 2020 / — Global Clinical and Ancillary Supply Chain leader Ancillare, LP, the first organization exclusively serving the end-to-end clinical and ancillary supply chain management needs of large- and middle-market pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies, as well as contract and medical research organizations, announced it has appointed Danielle Frederick to Vice President of Clinical and Business Operations.

Reporting to Dominick Vietri, President, Frederick will provide global leadership and strategic direction to enhance the organization’s clinical operations, global distribution and supply chain management initiatives. Frederick is tasked with developing, implementing and executing policies, procedures, programs and services designed to minimize risk and enable compliant business operations.

Since joining the organization in May 2018, Frederick has played an integral role in enhancing quality focus throughout the Ancillare organization.

Frederick brings extensive experience as a diverse quality professional with a strong focus on global quality management. Prior to Ancillare, Danielle served in various quality management positions at West Pharmaceutical Services and Fisher Clinical Services, specializing in quality audits, supplier quality, document control and training. Frederick holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the California Coast University and maintains multiple certifications, including the Executive Leadership Certificate from Cornell University, ASQ Certified Quality Auditor and Certified Manager of Quality and Organizational Excellence.

“Danielle has been vital in strengthening our ability to deliver the best-in-class ancillary supply chain management services for our clients,” said Dr. Joanne Santomauro, Chief Executive Officer. “We’re delighted to welcome Danielle to the executive leadership team.”

About Ancillare, LP
Ancillare is the first organization of its kind with an exclusive focus on the global clinical and ancillary supply chain. Ancillare arms sponsors of global clinical trials with a customized, end-to-end Ancillare Supply Plan, enabling developers of new therapies to optimize their clinical study supply chains using streamlined processes, extensive global buying power, a vast depot network, advanced technology, and proven teams of clinical, procurement, operations, logistics and regulatory experts. Ancillare’s Turn-Key Operations (A-TKO™) model embraces the complexities and globalization of the clinical and ancillary supply chain by reducing both the overall cost and cycle time of clinical trials, and greatly improving operational efficiency across all levels of the value chain.

Ancillare has supported more than 1,500 clinical trials across 80,000 clinical sites over 100 countries with master depots in United States, Europe, and Asia-Pacific, and strategic depots in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Israel, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Philippines, Russia, Taiwan, and Ukraine. To learn more, visit

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Tablets and Capsules Packaging Market 2020 Global Leading Companies Analysis, Revenue, Trends and Forecasts 2026

New Study Reports "Tablets and Capsules Packaging Market 2020 Global Market Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies and Forecasts 2026" has been Added.

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, January 28, 2020 / — Tablets and Capsules Packaging Market 2020-2026

New Study Reports "Tablets and Capsules Packaging Market 2020 Global Market Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies and Forecasts 2026" has been Added on WiseGuyReports.

Introduction/Report Summary:

This report provides in depth study of “Tablets and Capsules Packaging Market” using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization. The Tablets and Capsules Packaging 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.

The packaging is the technology used to protect a product that is subject to any form of damage and contamination, especially consumables such as medicines and pharmaceuticals, as well as food and liquids. Tablets and Capsules Packaging requires a high degree of tightness, avoiding accidental misuse, dosage direction, patient compliance, and product delivery during complex transportation. Worldwide tablet and capsule packaging are defined as the combination of various materials or ingredients comprising a tablet and a capsule from the time of manufacture to use. Capsule and tablet packaging is a broad and versatile job. 

Tablets and Capsules Packaging need fast and reliable packaging solutions that can offer a combination of quality, product protection, unauthorized access protection, and security requirements. Ongoing innovations and developments in the tablet and capsule industry have a direct impact on the global tablet and capsule packaging market. Demand for product diversification increased customer convenience requirements, and improved environmental factors should drive the global tablet and capsule market. The circulation of tablets and capsules is now more comprehensive than ever. Sustainability and various ecological issues will be a subjective view of many of the new packaging designs in the global tablet and capsule market. 

Tablets and Capsules Packaging is a continually evolving science and can contribute to the success of the pharmaceutical industry. The study report provides an overall market assessment and contains ideas, facts, historical data, as well as industry-confirmed and validating statistical data. The report is comprehensive first-hand information, a qualitative and quantitative assessment of industry analysts, materials from industry experts, and industry stakeholders across the value chain. The report also presents the qualitative impact of various factors on market segments and geographic areas.

This report covers the sales volume, price, revenue, gross margin, manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, intermediaries, customers, historical growth and future perspectives in the Tablets and Capsules Packaging.

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Key Players

The report has profiled some of the Important players prevalent in the global like – Marchesini Group S.P.A,
Bausch Strobel
Maschinenfabrik Ilshofen
Robert Bosch GmbH
Korber AG
Multivac Group
Romaco Pharmatechnik GmbH
Uhlmann Group
Optima Packaging Group GmbH and more.

Market segmentation

The market for Tablets and Capsules Packaging can be broken down by calculator type and calculator and capsule type. Depending on the type of product, the tablet and capsule meter can be divided into an automatic meter, a semi-automatic meter, and a multichannel meter. An automatic measuring machine can count up to 2500 tablets per minute, a semi-automatic measuring machine can measure up to 2000 tablets per minute, and multichannel measuring machines can set a measuring limit for 1,999 pieces. Depending on the types of tablets and capsules, the market is divided into listed coated tablets, uncoated tablets, soft gelatin capsules, and hard gelatin capsules.

Regional Overview

Geographically, the global Tablets and Capsules Packaging market have been divided into five major regions, such as North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa. A healthy CAGR is expected to be registered on the worldwide tablet and capsule packaging market during the forecast period. The Asia Pacific region is expected to become the dominant market in the world tablet and capsule packaging market, followed by North America and Europe. Growing demand for medicines in the Asia Pacific region encourages the tablet and capsule packaging market.

Key Stakeholders 
Tablets and Capsules Packaging Market Manufacturers 
Tablets and Capsules Packaging Market Distributors/Traders/Wholesalers 
Tablets and Capsules Packaging Market Subcomponent Manufacturers 
Industry Association 
Downstream Vendors

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The growth of the pharmaceutical industry worldwide stimulates the packaging market and, as a result, increases demand in the global Tablets and Capsules Packaging market. In addition to this diverse government initiative to promote health, it is possible to develop a global market for tablets and capsules. A creative collaboration between packaging and delivery system manufacturers and pharmaceutical manufacturers

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2020 Healthcare Tech That is Changing Lives for Seniors, Families and Residents in Long Term Care and Assisted Living

CDC Fall Prevention

Falls Cost More Than 50 Billion per year

STAFFORD, VA, UNITED STATES, January 28, 2020 / — For persons with serious medical issues like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Dementia, Arthritis, Blindness, Osteoporosis, Epilepsy, Stroke and Multiple Sclerosis OR LIVE ALONE – Falls and Injury prevention continues to be a considerable challenge among all seniors. Falls are a life-threatening concern for older adults aged 60 years and above. A fall can significantly reduce one’s quality of life and the ability to retain their independence. According to the Center for Disease Control (2017), 3 million seniors are treated in emergency departments for fall injuries each year and over 800,000 patients will be hospitalized due to head and hip injuries. As a caregiver or healthcare professional, it is our duty to ensure that safety is the utmost priority. From 2007 to 2016 the fall death rate in the United States has increased 30% (CDC, 2017).

Falls are not an inevitable part of aging and there are proven ways to reduce falls. The risk factors that can be managed include medication side effects, environmental hazards, and muscle weakness. Ensure medications are not causing side effects such as lightheadedness, sedation, visual impairments, or orthostatic hypotension that increases one’s risk for falls. Environmental hazards that can be reduced include, but are not limited to, clutter removal, securing loose rugs, cleaning spilled liquids and foods, using non-slip mats in the shower, wearing properly fitted, non-skid shoes, and having adequate lighting. Additionally, one of the most important modifiable risk factors is staying physically active. Those seniors who are afraid of moving are more likely to experience a fall. Physical activity prevents muscle atrophy, improves balance, flexibility, and motor coordination (Mayo Clinic, 2018).

For over 25 years, Predictive Health Devices Inc. has been involved in the emerging healthcare area of proactive and predictive healthcare. Our team is dedicated to reducing negative medical outcomes in healthcare facilities and at home. Our mission is to ensure the best solutions available using the most predictive, proactive, game-changing technologies and the integration of artificial intelligence following years of research. We have consulted with most top hospitals and healthcare organizations to provide fall prevention monitoring and advice on numerous valuable technologies to improve patient safety and risk. This approach has saved thousands of facilities, and the senior community, billions of dollars in unnecessary risk and patient safety. It is estimated the total medical costs for falls totaled more than $50 billion dollars last year (CDC, 2018).

These latest technologies are going to be invaluable to seniors and their families. Some of the devices include wearable/inflatable hip protectors, unique watch-like wearables, wireless fall and exit alarms, and wireless caregivers. These products aide improvement in self-care and provide ongoing guidance outside of a professional encounter but may include telehealth in these technologies. Each with a tracking platform that continuously collects patient data with abilities to transmit clinically valid objective data back to healthcare, relatives, professionals and caregivers. The real-time fall protection devices allow for timely notifications of important indicators of concern regarding a patient’s status. By enabling individuals with the latest health technology, they can live a healthier, safer and more active life.

Our Predictive Health Devices Include:

Zanthion – Proven Senior Protection -For Wondering (GPS) Location anywhere via
Smart Watch, Fall Prediction and Detection, Smart Bed Exit, Shower Exit, Door Exit, Toilet
Sensor, Continuous Monitoring with Alerts to Family, Friends, Neighbors, and Caregivers.
Collaborative personal care – Dignity without intrusion – Live with Freedom and Confidence.
Product utilized in Homes, Long Term Care, Assisted Living and Hospitals (see video)

Tango – Active Protective Belt – Real-time fall protection wearable device Air Bag for the Hips
• Multi-sensor smart comfortable wearable belt, detects impending falls, deployable airbags
• Maximum functionality, reliability, comfort, and ease of use by seniors
• Continuously logs user motion activity to review patterns and implement interventions to maximize quality of care and sends critical data to doctors and caregivers.

SafeBeing – Remote Monitoring of Residents and Patients and Home Care
• Complete location monitoring and alerts for wondering out of designated safe zones, ad alerts for critical changes in parameters
• Detailed monitoring of falls – location and alert, activity levels, sleeping, walking, drinking, UTI risk, developing fall risk, emergency button, pressure ulcer risk and much more!!!

We Sense – 2020- Latest Continence Management – New Innovative Technology
• Offers real-time wetness events monitoring that enables caregivers to change patients and resident’s briefs at the right time with compliance reporting. This also helps reduce the incidence of falls surrounding toileting issues. Incontinence is continuously monitored reducing costs of Urinary Tract Infections, Wounds and falls. All residents are monitored via smart phone or tablet. Overall costs are reduced using less briefs and minimizing staff time and resident discomfort

UprightVR – New Technology for Low Cost Fall Prevention Balance and Assesment
• Low-cost, easy to administer, ‘pre-fall’ balance tests and fall risk assessments must be easily and regularly available, where seniors live, shop, and receive medical care if Government and private fall prevention objectives to be realized.
• UprightVR’s mission is to “catch them before they fall” by facilitating a new balance assessment paradigm.

Trazer – Most Advanced Rehabilitation Technology
Nearly 1/3 of seniors living in their own home, or the home of adult children caregivers suffer from a serious fall at least once each year, most will die the first year after a hip fracture. Many may never completely recover from the injury (Cleveland Clinic, 2016). New technologies are changing the way of healthcare delivery and management as it is becoming more complex and demanding. Each of these low-cost fall products optimizes family member/resident’s safety. Many, of which, are covered in the Medicare/telehealth bill. It is giving hope to the quality of life of seniors. For more information visit

Angela Pritts, RN BSN
Clinical Specialist
Medical Nurse Training, Inc.
& Predictive Health Devices, Inc.


Experts for Quality, Fall Prevention and Protection, Risk Management, Training, Marketing and Distribution

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Tampa Vein Doctor Ranked Number One For Patient Experience in the United States

Vein911® Vein Treatment Centers announced today that its Medical Director, Chris Pittman, M.D., ranked number one for Patient Experience and Satisfaction.

Our team is passionate about providing quality patient care and a quality patient experience, and I could have not done this without them”

— Chris Pittman, M.D., CEO of Vein911® Vein Treatment Centers

TAMPA, FL, USA, January 28, 2020 / — Vein911® Vein Treatment Centers announced today that its Medical Director and CEO, Chris Pittman, M.D., FAVLS, FACR has been ranked number one across his specialty for Patient Experience and Satisfaction. The rankings were published by MedStatix in their Q4 2019 report comparing 20715 national providers across 35 specialties. MedStatix is a quantitative and qualitative analysis platform that delivers healthcare providers and administrators actionable insights from the voice of their patients.

MedStatix has over a decade of experience and has driven completion of more than 3 million patient surveys, as well as customer insight platforms and analytics for Fortune-class brands. They primarily focus on the goals of enhancing patient experience, improving patient outcomes, and reducing healthcare costs.

Dr. Pittman’s varicose vein clinic, Vein911® Vein Treatment Centers, has been rapidly growing and gathering recognition for its commitment to patient and employee satisfaction. Over the past year, Vein911® Vein Treatment Centers has added two offices and was recently selected as a Tampa Bay Business Journal Best Places to Work for the second year in a row.

Angela Sheffield, PA‐C, RPhS, one of Vein911’s Vein Care Specialists, also ranked high on the report receiving the 8th highest ranking in the United States.

“I’m humbled to be selected as one of the top providers of patient satisfaction in the United States,” said Dr. Chris Pittman, Medical Director and CEO of Vein911® Vein Treatment Centers. “Our team is passionate about providing quality patient care and a quality patient experience, and I could not have done this without them.”

About Vein911® Vein Treatment Centers
Vein911® is a leading provider of both medical and cosmetic vein care including varicose veins, ankle swelling, restless legs, night cramps, venous leg ulcers, and cosmetically disturbing veins of the hands, face and legs. Our world-class vein treatment centers offer state of the art technology within elegant and comfortable surroundings and a family atmosphere. Our non-surgical medical procedures include Venefit procedure using ClosureFast Endovenous Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) and Ultrasound-Guided Foam Sclerotherapy, which is the future of vein care available today at Vein911®. Our cosmetic procedures include Visual Sclerotherapy, the gold standard treatment for spider veins, and VeinGogh, an immediately effective treatment for facial veins. Vein911® is the varicose vein and spider vein treatment center of choice for physicians and their patients who are experiencing vein disease. Our award-winning vein treatment centers are conveniently located throughout the Tampa Bay area and are led by world-renowned, Board Certified, vein care specialist physicians.

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Vein911 Vein Treatment Centers
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ConsumerMedical Appoints Krista Morris to Position of Senior VP of Account Management

Krista Morris

Krista Morris is appointed the Senior VP of Account Management for ConsumerMedical

ConsumerMedical announced the appointment of Krista Morris as Senior VP of Account Management, to continue driving company growth and momentum.

I'm delighted to join ConsumerMedical as they strive to help employees and plan members make better decisions and navigate the increasingly complex healthcare delivery marketplace.”

— Krista Morris

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, January 28, 2020 / — In a focused effort to continue to drive company growth and momentum through new sales, customer retention, and customer product expansion, ConsumerMedical announced today that Krista Morris has joined the company as Senior Vice President of Account Management.

ConsumerMedical is one of the leading companies in the rapidly expanding field of clinical advocacy, decision support and second opinions. In her new position, Morris will report directly to Chief Revenue Officer Manny Menendez and join the Senior Leadership Team. Additionally, she will provide overall leadership of account management and customer relationship while working to continuously improve the company’s growing roster of large employers and health plans.

“Over the years, our exceptional client services team has helped to grow our client list to more than 150 of the nation’s top employers and health plans,” said Menendez. “We have no greater responsibility than keeping our promises to them and their participants and to ensuring we provide consistently exceptional customer service.”

Morris brings 25 years of healthcare industry experience to ConsumerMedical. Her diverse and deep background includes employer benefit consulting experience with Hewitt Associates and most recently EPIC, as well as health plan provider experience with Aetna and Cigna, where she served as Vice President, National Account Executive.

“I’m delighted to join ConsumerMedical as they strive to help employees and plan members make better decisions and navigate the increasingly complex healthcare delivery marketplace,” said Morris. “I recognize I’m joining a highly successful team and I look forward to collaborating with my colleagues to continue ConsumerMedical’s proven excellence in meeting the needs of all clients.”

Morris resides in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and three sons.

About ConsumerMedical
ConsumerMedical is a leading clinical advocacy, decision support and expert second opinion company serving more than 4 million individuals and growing through some of the nation’s largest employers, health plans and private exchanges. The company has been serving patients and payers for more than 24 years. As a Medical Ally, ConsumerMedical guides participants throughout their healthcare journey with compassionate, high-touch support and deep clinical expertise. ConsumerMedical offers a fully integrated suite of solutions including Medical Decision Support®, Surgery Decision Support®, Expert Medical Opinion, Claims Advocacy and more, helping individuals and families navigate the healthcare system while improving outcomes and reducing costs. ConsumerMedical’s results have been validated continuously by independent actuaries.

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Scott Public Relations
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