Project Angel Food has released new details regarding its upcoming Angel Awards this Saturday, August 10th in Hollywood.Guests at this year’s gathering will be treated to a special appearance by the organization’s founder, Marianne Williamson, as she presents award-winning actress Jane Lynch with the appropriately named Marianne Williamson Founder Award. The evening’s other honoree, celebrity chef and Food Network star, Giada De Laurentiis, will receive the organization’s inaugural Iconic Chef Award from actress Bryce Dallas Howard. Howard knows firsthand just how extraordinary De Laurentiis is in the kitchen as one of De Laurentiis’ first jobs after cooking school was working as the Howard family’s personal chef.On behalf of the Los Angeles City Council, Councilmember Tom LaBonge will be on hand to present each honoree with a special proclamation saluting their individual achievements. Angel Awards traditionally honor corporate and community leaders, whose support of Project Angel Food and its mission to feed men, women and children affected by life-threatening illnesses, has been significant; Angel Awards also serve as a platform to recognize individuals who have contributed to the greater good of our community on behalf of our neighbors in need.The al fresco event, held in Project Angel Food’s “backyard” (at 922 Vine Street, Hollywood, CA 90038), will begin at 6:00PM with cocktails and a silent auction set to the musical stylings of The Harvard Yardbirds, Harvard’s acclaimed alumni a cappella group. Dinner featuring produce from the Project Angel Food community gardens will follow at 7:30PM, having been expertly prepared in the organization’s own kitchen. The evening will round out with the awards presentation and the always popular live auction which will be conducted by recent Emmy-nominee Dan Bucatinsky from ABC’s “Scandal” and Project Angel Food’s newly appointed CEO Laurie Lang.Tickets for Angel Awards 2013 may be purchased online from Project Angel Food’s website at www.angelfood.org through 12:00PM on Friday, August 9th. Money raised from the event will fund the cooking and delivery of life-sustaining meals for men, women and children struggling with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life threatening illnesses throughout Los Angeles County. Thanks to devoted volunteers, who work under the guidance of professional staff, Project Angel Food provides 600,000 meals a year to those in need.Project Angel Food would like to thank its Angel Awards 2013 event sponsors: Wells Fargo Bank; 20th Century Fox; The Cimarron Group; FOX Broadcasting; Hersh, Mannis & Bogen, LLP; Warner Bros.; and product sponsors: Brown-Forman Beverages; el Jimador Tequila; FlatRate Moving; Finlandia; Jack Daniels; Icelandic Glacial Water; Premio Brands USA; and Viva Diva Wines.
Wayne Bruce “Pete” McLaughlin was born as the fourth child and only son to Bruce Lambert and Nora Josephine Stephenson McLaughlin on February 1, 1928 in Coldwater, Kansas. He enlisted in the Navy after turning 18. He honorably served his country for two years as an Aviation Machinist Mate. He returned to Kansas and met the love of his life, Emma Ellis. They were married in 1949. They welcomed 3 children to their family in the next 5 years. Through the course of their marriage the McLaughlin family lived in Kansas, Idaho, Wyoming,l, New Mexico, and Arizona. Pete and Em settled in Castle Dale after Pete retired from Enron Gas. They have lived in Castle Dale for over 30 years and made many good friends there and in Quartzsite, AZ, where they spent the winters.Pete never stopped learning and was a wonderful man. He was a pilot and owned his own Tri-Pacer. When he could no longer fly, he began building and flying model and radio control airplanes. He was also an expert marksman and a gunsmith. He really enjoyed going to gun shows and competing in trapshooting. He taught the kids and then the grandkids how to shoot safely. He also was an avid gardener and outdoorsman. Pete loved cars and enjoyed watching a good Nascar race. Pete was always seeking knowledge. He even tried to learn to play the bagpipes. He enjoyed reading and loved sharing his favorite books.Pete always had time to teach the kids and grandkids about what he was doing. He was patient and kind. More than anything, Pete was a good and loving husband, father, grandfather, and friend.Pete returned to Heaven on July 8, 2019. He is survived by his wife of nearly 70 years, his children Kathy (Harley) Gist, Bruce “Pug” McLaughlin, and Sherry (Jeff) Pugliano, five grandchildren, seventeen great-grandchildren, and four great-great-grandchildren. His sisters Wilma Anton and Maxine Bramblett. Pete is preceded in death by his parents and two sisters, Thorine Ruth Danford and Darlene Dene Thompson.Till a’ the seas gang dry, my dear,And the rocks melt wi’ the sun:I will be there still, my dear,While the sands o’ life shall run.-Robert Burns 1794
Labor candidate Lauren Moss won the Northern Territory’s Casuarina by-election, despite a swing to the Country Liberal Party (CLP).She thanked family and staff as well as Labor’s long-serving member for Casuarina Kon Vatskalis, whose resignation announcement in July triggered the by-election.The CLP, represented by Greek Australian candidate Dr Harry Kypreos, improved its first preferences vote by less than one per cent.Dr Kypreos was a member of the local Greek community, a group that has a strong presence in Casuarina. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Watch: Man Uses Roman Candle to Kill Hornets, Sets Roof on FireLas Vegas Pizzeria Offers ‘Grasshopper Pie’ Amid Insect Inva… Stay on target Officials are warning Alabama residents about massive “super nests,” housing up to 15,000 stinging yellow jackets, that have begun appearing throughout state. Some of the nests are the size of a Volkswagen Beetle, experts say.At least two “perennial yellow jacket nests” were spotted in Alabama in May, and more may pop up, according to Charles Ray, an entomologist working with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES).Entomologists believe that due to milder winters and an abundant food supply, wasps are able to survive and “enter spring with much larger numbers,” resulting in the appearance of the nests.A yellow jacket nest on a house. (Photo Credit: Alabama Cooperative Extension System)“These perennial nests may be several feet wide and have many thousands of workers, far more than an average nest,” said Ray, who is also a research fellow in Auburn University’s Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology. “We have found them attached to home exteriors and other places you might not expect to find yellow jackets.”Ray said the biggest amount of workers he has counted was about 15,000, which is three to four times bigger than a normal nest. However, there was one nest in South Carolina that was documented with more 250,000 workers.The state of Alabama may actually see larger numbers of perennial nests this year.A yellow jacket nest filling the interior of a car. (Photo Credit: Alabama Cooperative Extension System)“We confirmed two nests in May and have indications of a third,” Ray said. This means the nests have started appearing several weeks earlier than in 2006, when experts identified the first giant nest in June 13.“If we are seeing them a month sooner than we did in 2006, I am very concerned that there will be a large number of them in the state,” Ray said. “The nests I have seen this year already have more than 10,000 workers and are expanding rapidly.”In 2006, nests were located in multiple counties with the most northern location occurring in Talladega County.An above-ground yellow jacket nest. (Photo Credit: Alabama Cooperative Extension System)So what should Alabama residents do if they spot one of these massive nests?“First and foremost, do not disturb the nest,” said Ray. “While these giant nests often appear less aggressive than smaller colonies, it is important that people do not disturb the nests.”Next, Ray wants people to contact him so he can document the nest and collect insect specimens. People should contact him by email at email@example.com or at firstname.lastname@example.org.Finally, if people need to have nests removed, Ray says it is a task only for licensed commercial pest control operators. He warns that even some commercial operators will not tackle these giant perennial yellow jacket nests.More on Geek.com:Watch : Florida Man Dodges Lovebugs With ‘The Matrix’ MovesDoctors Find Four Bees Living Inside Woman’s EyeSwarm of Mayflies Invades Ohio, Shows Up on Weather Radar
2019 Mercedes-Benz S560 Coupe review: Still the luxury benchmark 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLC350e review: Premium plug-in hybrid feels like an efficiency half-step Share your voice Enlarge ImageThe GLB35 is a 300-hp hot crossover that looks ready to rip up a twisty road. Mercedes-AMG We’re fans of the styling of Mercedes-Benz’s latest little crossover, the GLB. It’s slightly boxier and more practical-looking than some of its kin, it looks like it’d be a great car for city driving and the only way we’d dig it more would be if AMG got involved somehow.Oh wait, it did. Mercedes-AMG announced the hotted-up GLB35 4Matic on Wednesday, and it’s a hell of a thing. As you might expect based on the name, AMG has bestowed upon this little beastie its 305-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and some sweet all-wheel drive. The best part is that Mercedes has confirmed that it’ll hit US dealers in late 2020. Time to start saving that couch change.”With the new GLB 35 4MATIC we are extending our product portfolio by adding a highly attractive model for an active target group that attaches special importance to versatility,” said Tobias Moers, CEO of Mercedes-AMG. “This also includes the optional seven-seater capability of our new compact SUV, though without having to sacrifice the genes typical of an AMG. Because in its segment, our GLB 35 likewise fulfills our brand promise of Driving Performance.”What else makes the GLB35 special? Well, it’s got an eight-speed AMG Speedshift dual-clutch transmission and what AMG is calling Race Start — aka launch control. Add that to its five selectable driving modes and AMG-tuned suspension and dynamic power steering, and you’ve likely got an impressive little canyon carver that’s just as happy grabbing groceries as getting speeding tickets.Because the GLB class is new, it gets to benefit from Mercedes’ excellent MBUX infotainment system and the stylish dash layout that tends to come with it. Other interior touches include Mercedes’ first optional third row with two individual seats, rather than a bench. Mercedes-Benz Tags More From Roadshow Crossovers Performance Cars 2019 Mercedes-AMG GT53 4-door: A fancy-pants muscle car 27 Photos Now playing: Watch this: 0 8:42 Post a comment Mercedes-Benz 2018 Mercedes-Benz E400 Cabriolet: How sweet it is Mercedes-AMG’s GLB35 is small, boxy and fast
Asaduzzaman Mia. UNB File PhotoAsaduzzaman Mia, the outgoing commissioner of Dhaka Metropolitan Police, has been reappointed on contractual basis for the next 30 days, reports UNB.He will join the contractual job on Wednesday as per the order of the president, said a press release issued by the public administration ministry on Tuesday.He will serve till 13 September.The appointment was made on condition of the cancellation of his post-retirement leave.Asaduzzaman Mia joined as DMP commissioner on 7 January 2015 and completed his tenure on 13 August (Tuesday).
By MARK F. GRAY, Special to the AFROFew people in sports know the exhilaration of constantly being at the epicenter of world-class events. Howard University Athletics Director Kery Davis does. The former HBO Boxing executive is now the steward of a Bison athletic program that is enjoying a renaissance thanks to the credibility he has restored.However, there is a still a passion for the game where he made his name. Davis was formerly one of the big players when HBO was the leader in televised boxing. Davis helped grow fighters into household names by bringing unbelievable talent onto an international stage that gave them a platform to become icons that transcended sports.Former HBO Boxing executive and director of Howard University Athletics, Kery Davis, shared his disappointment with HBO ending boxing broadcasting. (Courtesy Photo)With another homecoming week on the horizon Davis is focused on his football team that remains in contention for a berth in the Celebration Bowl and the start of basketball season. However, more than three years removed from being one of the most influential executives in sports broadcasting, there are still melancholy feelings about what his former employers did to the brand he did so much to build.“It hurts,” Davis told the AFRO on the sidelines during Howard’s win at Morgan State. “When you put your heart and soul into something and watch it go away, it’s like a death in the family.”HBO made it official in September when they announced they were getting out of the boxing game. The days of Sugar Ray Leonard vs Thomas Hearns were no more. Mike Tyson knockouts were a thing of the past. There would be no more cards headlined by Oscar De La Hoya vs. Floyd Mayweather either. Talents such Canelo Alvarez would no longer have that stage as a place to display the skills that make them box office celebrities.“When they hired my assistant to fill my role I could see the handwriting on the wall,” said Davis. “I knew I could do something, but it wouldn’t be in network TV.”Davis signed Alvarez in one of his last major coups at the network. Now, as HBO gets out of the game, Alvarez has signed with DAZN, the new subscriber based fight platform, for a multi-year deal that will pay him over $300 million.“If you’re starting a fight network these days that’s not a bad place to start,” Davis said. “He brings viewers and that’s a great signing for them.”Davis’s mark is now being felt on the entire athletic department at Howard. Once homecoming was the signature event and the focus of the department for the ensuing 364 days until SportsCenter meets Access Hollywood surrounded by football game again. Now Howard athletics values its brand and Davis has played a major role in that.From the outset Davis chartered a course that has renewed Howard’s athletic visibility. When he hired Mike London from the University of Maryland as football coach, the seismic shift in credibility shifted dramatically. London, who was a national champion at the FCS (Division I-AA) level, had previously been an ACC Coach of the Year. Once London beat UNLV in his first game, order had been restored.However, Davis hasn’t been shy about using the media to take his brand into the homes of potential student athletes while exposing their events to an international audience. ESPN chronicled an entire basketball season after James Daniel led the nation in scores. The network also put the Howard soccer legacy in focus through the documentary Redemption Song.Now Howard sports are broadcast through WHUR’s “Our Voices” satellite radio channel each week. Once basketball season commences, four games – including vs Harvard and Hampton are expected to be broadcast via Monumental Sports Network.
June 24, 2013 Michelle Crosby’s passion for fixing divorce began when she was 9 years old. “My parents had one of those War of the Roses divorces,” she says. They split when she was 3 years old, but their ongoing disputes led to 15 court appearances over the span of her childhood.Their conflict provided the catalyst for Crosby’s career as a family attorney. But over time, she saw herself contributing to the problematic system that had so profoundly affected her childhood, and knew something had to change. “That 9-year-old really started screaming, ‘No, no, no, we were supposed to fix this, and you’re becoming part of it,'” she says.Crosby resigned from the law firm and in 2009 launched Wevorce, a technology platform that aims to make divorces amicable. Although divorce is a legal process, she says, it is fundamentally a personal and emotional issue that can often be solved without a legal battle.While heartbreak has long been a lucrative business for attorneys, only in recent years have startups begun staking their own claim in the post-love period of canceled weddings, called-off engagements and, of course, divorces. More than 1 million U.S. couples get divorced each year, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.Related: Why Rupert Murdoch’s Divorce Is a Wakeup Call for Business OwnersWevorce walks couples through a six-step process that culminates in a clean break. Each family is assigned three local experts — an attorney, family counselor and accountant. Along the way, the Wevorce software eliminates redundancies as data, once collected, automatically populate all required documents.Following a four-month trial run at startup accelerator Y Combinator, the startup is retooling and building its network of experts for a nationwide launch. Wevorce, based in San Francisco, currently offers its service in California, Washington, Oregon, Idaho and North Carolina. “Right now we have more demand than we can possibly meet,” says Crosby, who declined to disclose revenues for the 6-employee company. More than 100 families have used Wevorce so far, and only one ended up in court, she says.Michelle Crosby stands with Jeff Reynolds, her partner in Wevorce, a technology platform that aims to eliminate the need for lengthy courtroom divorces.Image credit: WevorceCrosby estimates that divorce professionals spend only 20 percent of the time on a Wevorce case that they would spend on a traditional divorce. Clients pay between $3,500 and $15,000 per family to use the service, and Crosby plans to open up a second revenue stream this fall by licensing the Wevorce software to lawyers, counselors and accountants — professionals who currently work for the company as independent contractors. For clients, the cost is not easily comparable to a standard divorce, which can vary from $5,000 to more than $100,000, depending on how contentious it becomes, particularly if children are involved, says Sari Friedman, a Garden City, N.Y. divorce attorney who runs her own firm.Divorced people often find themselves at odds with their exes over child-care and other issues, Friedman says. According to her, the chief pain point for divorced couples is lack of trust, especially when it comes to raising kids.To reduce this distrust, Two Happy Homes launched in 2012 as a safe space for amicable co-parenting. Founder Traci Whitney, an independent graphic designer in Hartford, Conn., and divorced mother of three young children, launched the website after failing to find adequate tools for communicating with her ex-husband. “It’s sort of an untapped market,” Whitney says. “There is competition, but nobody has taken the lead on it yet.”Related: How to Ask Your Partner for a PrenupTwo Happy Homes offers a shared calendar for children’s activities, a finances section to track expenses and online payments, a medical section for medication and doctor information, a joint-contacts list and a community section that consists of a members’ forum and advice articles written by experts. Users can also share documents and pictures.The website keeps a permanent record of all parental dialogue. This record can be accessed by lawyers and other professionals as needed. “Some higher-conflict couples need to have a record of communications,” Whitney says. The limited basic service is free of charge, while for $15 a month you get access to unlimited contacts and document sharing, plus the medical section and the ability to pay your expenses through PayPal.”There is no talk of courts or custody battles. People that are co-parenting don’t need to be reminded every day that they’re divorced, they just need a place to organize their hectic lives that is friendly and useful,” Whitney says. To be sure, some exes may be too far gone to work together. But Friedman says a system like the one Two Happy Homes offers could lead to a better co-parenting arrangement for others.Whitney’s solo venture has not yet turned a profit, since all revenue — less than $10,000 so far — is going to maintain the site. According to her, after a little over a year the site currently has about 2,500 users — 1,250 couples — and is adding users every day. In the near future, Whitney hopes to create a mobile app. She is in talks with angel investors, she says, and would like to raise about $500,000 to develop the app and begin a major marketing push.Along with these divorce-centered businesses are a small crop of startups addressing the problems surrounding called-off engagements and canceled weddings. I Do Now I Don’t is an online discount marketplace for engagement rings and wedding dresses from couples who never made it down the aisle. Founded in 2007 by former market researcher Josh Opperman, the company’s monthly sales are about $200,000.Another startup helping the “disengaged” is Bridal Brokerage. Would-be brides and grooms who call off their wedding can sell their wedding package at a discount through the Bridal Brokerage website. Another couple gets the day of their dreams, while the seller recoups some of the cost of flowers, caterers, photographers, location deposits and more.These startups are banking on the millions of lovelorn searching for ways to ease the pain of heartbreak. “We’re really trying to change a very big conversation in this country,” Crosby says. “If we can make this easier for the professionals and the client, why wouldn’t you choose to settle things amicably? Why would you fight it out in court?”Related: 7 Qualities to Look for in a Lawyer 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. How Success Happens Listen Now Hear from Polar Explorers, ultra marathoners, authors, artists and a range of other unique personalities to better understand the traits that make excellence possible.
Etsy has stitched its way into the custom website space.The ecommerce marketplace yesterday rolled out a new way for its users to showcase and sell their products. Using Pattern, a custom website creator that links up with existing Etsy shops, sellers can select a custom domain and all the information from the seller’s existing Etsy shop — listings, product descriptions and images, inventory and current orders — will be added to a new mobile-friendly site.Related: This Teen Paid for College by Selling on Etsy. Here Are 5 Ways She Did It.The company says that over a third of Etsy users are interested in a site of their own, and with this new option, the platform is competing with other website creators such as Squarespace, Wix, WordPress and Weebly while establishing a new revenue stream and adding to its suite of services.The tools that Etsy has in place for payment processing, checkout and shipping will remain the same, and Pattern provides analytic statistics. There are no storage limits for the sites. For the launch of the service, Etsy is offering a 30-day free trial and then afterwards, sellers pay $15 a month.Related: New Feature Enables Etsy Sellers to Shoot and Edit Product Videos From Smartphones The emphasis that the company is putting on reaching customers through mobile is in line with the January release of a video editing feature on the Sell on Etsy app. That feature allows users to edit and upload video content they film on their smartphones to their shops. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. April 6, 2016 Register Now » 2 min read
In 1990 we had PROPER snow Why do schools close when it snows? Your rights if you can’t make it to work This is how to drive in ice & snow 7 fun ways to enjoy snow with kids 8 local places to go sledging! How to stay safe in snow on commute A snowy Stoke-on-Trent in 1981 Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailHeavy snowfall and showers of sleet are expected across Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire and South Cheshire this morning. The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for ice, which could pose a danger to drivers. To ensure motorists stay safe we’ve compiled a list of useful guideline and advice from the RAC. Read these tips from the RAC on how to drive safely in snowy conditions: Wear comfortable and dry footwear. Accelerate gently, use low revs and change up to a higher gear as quickly as possible. Move off in second gear as this will help reduce wheel slip – some cars have a winter mode, which does the same job – so check whether your car has this function in its handbook. Get your speed right and maintain safe stopping distances between you and the car in front, leaving as much as 10 times the normal recommended gap. Prepare for an uphill start by leaving plenty of room in front so you can maintain a constant speed without the need for changing gear. Use a low gear for going downhill and try to avoid braking unless necessary, make sure you leave plenty of space between you and the car in front. When approaching a bend, brake before you actually start to turn the steering wheel. If your car does lose grip try not to panic; the key thing is to take your foot off the accelerator and make sure that your wheels are pointing in the direction you want to go in. If you do encounter a skid, steer gently into it. For example, if the rear of the car is sliding to the right, steer to the right. Do not take your hands off the steering wheel or stamp your foot on the brakes. When driving in heavy snow, make sure that you use your dipped headlights. Relying on daytime running lights is not enough, because they don’t always put lights on the back of your car. If visibility drops below 100m, put your fog lights on. But remember to turn them off when the visibility improves. Controls such as the brakes, as well as the steering, accelerator and even gear changing should be operated smoothly and slowly. If the road has not been gritted, be wary of other vehicles, as compressed snow is likely to be more icy than fresh snow. Sunglasses can help to reduce the glare of low winter sun on the snow. It’s important to think about the environment that you’re driving in, especially micro-climates that might appear on the road. These are areas that perhaps the sun hasn’t got to, which could stay icy when the rest of the road has thawed. Bridges are a good example. They’re normally the first to freeze and the last to thaw. So be aware of that when you’re driving in open spaces. Make sure you keep your car clean. The salt used to de-ice roads can cause corrosion to your car over time, so it’s worth making a point of cleaning it regularly throughout the winter months. Read MoreSnow in Stoke-on-Trent & North Staffordshire Read these tips from the RAC on how to drive safely when there is ice on the roads: Prepare for driving on ice: Firstly, think about whether your journey is really necessary. Tyre grip is hugely reduced on icy roads, and braking distances are much longer. Even if you avoid an accident, your car may get stuck – potentially leading to a long walk home. Traffic congestion is likely to be worse, too. If you don’t get stuck, the driver in front of you probably will… Before you leave home, make sure you pack a charged mobile phone (and a charger cable), a bottle of water, a few snacks and a warm blanket. If snowfall looks likely, a set of snow socks – high-grip fabric covers fitted over the car’s driven wheels – is worth having, too. If you’re driving to meet someone, let them know your route and when you expect to arrive. Make sure the car’s windows and mirrors are completely clear before you set off. And in cars with selectable drive modes, select the best option for cold conditions. How to drive on icy roads: Anticipation and smoothness are key for driving on icy roads. Look well ahead for potential hazards – including, of course, patches of ice – and keep your speed well down. Accelerate, brake, steer and change gear as smoothly as possible to reduce the risk of a skid. A higher gear may be more appropriate to aid grip on packed ice. This helps manage engine power delivery, making it easier to find traction. If it’s a manual, you might need to slip the clutch a little to prevent the car from stalling. Many automatics will let you select second gear at a standstill to pull away in.
News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | August 01, 2019 DrChrono Teams With DeepScribe to Automate Medical Note Taking in EHR DrChrono Inc. and DeepScribe announced a partnership so medical practices using DrChrono EHR can use artificial… read more May 7, 2015 — Digisonics will showcase its latest offerings to improve workflow efficiency at the 2015 Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) annual meeting in Washington, D.C.Clinicians are encouraged to BYOD – Bring Your Own Device, for use with Digisonics’ new WebView 4.1 universal viewer. This application addresses the emerging mobile workflow requirements in healthcare by providing zero-footprint image and report review from HTML5 supported browsers and devices including PC, Mac, iPads and tablets. There is no need for ActiveX or other plugins and no patient health information is retained on the viewing device.Digisonics will also showcase its new Business Analytics Package with data mining features for productivity and automation. The Business Analytics Package provides powerful tools including management reports (such as volume and turnaround time reports), productivity reports (such as summary time interval reports) and automation for searches. The package empowers users to quickly explore large amounts of data, transforming it into valuable information, measuring current and past performance and optimizing future strategic planning. Digisonics’ vendor-neutral, enterprise-wide image management and structured reporting system solutions provide a configurable clinical database, extensive structured reporting tools, and a high-powered picture archiving and communication system (PACS) for ultimate reliability and workflow efficiency. Digisonics is a single-system solution that enables users to quickly review and generate structured reports for all study types including cardiology, OB/GYN, radiology and general ultrasound.The platform seamlessly integrates with third-party vendors including electronic medical records (EMR), hospital information systems/radiology information systems (HIS/RIS) and PACS/VNA.For more information: www.digison.net FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Related Content 360 Photos | Ultrasound Imaging | July 11, 2019 360 Degree View of a Smartphone Performing a Cardiac Ultrasound Exam This 360 degree photo shows a basic, point-of-care cardiac echocardiogram being performed using a smartphone turned i read more Technology | May 07, 2015 Digisonics Showcases Enterprise PACS and Structured Reporting Solutions at SIIM 2015 Universal viewer and buisness analytics package help improve productivity, throughput and automation News | Enterprise Imaging | July 29, 2019 Philips Announces 10-year Enterprise Informatics Agreement With Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nancy Philips and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est… read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | July 02, 2019 Konica Minolta Healthcare Partners With DiA Imaging Analysis for AI-based Cardiac Ultrasound Analysis DiA Imaging Analysis has partnered with Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Inc. to expand analysis capabilities of… read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more News | Remote Viewing Systems | July 16, 2019 Anatomage Releases Anatomage Cloud Platform Anatomage Inc. released an update to the Anatomage Cloud platform that allows medical and dental professionals to… read more News | PACS | July 02, 2019 Laurel Bridge and 3M M*Modal Partner to Improve DICOM Structured Reporting July 2, 2019 — Laurel Bridge Software announced an expanded relationship with 3M M*Modal, a provider of clinical docu read more Technology | Enterprise Imaging | July 05, 2019 Hyland Healthcare Adds ImageNext Imaging Workflow Optimizer to Enterprise Imaging Suite Hyland Healthcare is launching ImageNext, a vendor-neutral imaging workflow optimizer that combines intelligent imaging… read more
Friday, May 24, 2019 Travelweek Group Air Canada suspends Delhi-Toronto service during peak summer months << Previous PostNext Post >> Posted by Tags: Air Canada, India MONTREAL — Air Canada is temporarily suspending its daily Delhi-Toronto service from June 14 to Aug. 1 due to continued closure of Pakistani airspace.Peter Fitzpatrick, Manager Corporate Communications at Air Canada, confirmed the suspension to Travelweek, adding that Air Canada will continue to monitor the situation.Only three airlines, including Air Canada, offer direct flights between Delhi and North America’s east coast, reports Times of India. United’s Delhi-Newark flight remains suspended since early April and is expected, as of now, to resume on July 2. Air India, meanwhile, will be the only airline to continue summer service, from Delhi-New York.Air Canada partially suspended service to India back in February as tensions mounted between India and Pakistan. A flight en route to Delhi on Feb. 26 was forced to turn back to Toronto, while a second flight from Vancouver as well as Feb. 27 flights on the same two routes were also cancelled.More news: Sunwing ready to launch Mazatlán-Quebec City direct this winterAir Canada operates daily service from Toronto and Vancouver to Delhi and four times weekly between Toronto and Mumbai.The closure of Pakistani airspace disrupted flights around the globe, including hundreds of international flights a day. Share
Simon Latchford, CEO Visit Sunshine CoastVisit Sunshine Coast appoints new CEOVisit Sunshine Coast (VSC) Chair, Grant Hunt, announced today that Simon Latchford had been appointed as the regional tourism organisation’s new Chief Executive Officer.Mr Latchford, who has been with VSC as Director of Marketing and Strategic Partnerships for the past two years, had been acting in the role of CEO for the past 10 weeks. His appointment by the VSC Board followed a comprehensive, nationwide recruitment process.Announcing the appointment, Chair of VSC, Grant Hunt said: “The search for a new CEO attracted an exceptional field of candidates from within Australia and overseas. We see this as a reflection of the reputation and industry-standing the organisation has achieved over recent years.“Simon’s ability to forge strong relationships and partnerships, coupled with his innovative approach to marketing, makes him the ideal candidate to lead the organisation into the future.“The figures from the past year have demonstrated unequivocally that our marketing campaigns have created a very positive and powerful image for the Sunshine Coast which is producing positive results for all areas – from the coastal towns of Caloundra, Mooloolaba, Maroochydore, Noosa and Rainbow Beach, through to inland destinations in the Hinterland and Gympie areas.“Simon will be concentrating on building on the successful results achieved to date. The expansion of air services into Sunshine Coast Airport and the vast range of events planned throughout the region during the year ahead, place us in a strong position to execute our highly targeted marketing and promotions strategy. The powerful business and community support we receive also provides a strong platform for growth,” said Mr Hunt.Mr Latchford has a strong background in tourism management, industry development, aviation, marketing, branding, events and special high profile projects. He has held senior positions in the marketing and strategic development of leading destinations such as the Whitsundays, regional Victoria and formerly as the Group Marketing and Destination Development Manager for Margaret River Tourism in Western Australia.Simon Latchford replaces Simon Ambrose, who was CEO from 2013 and played an important role in establishing the Sunshine Coast as one of Australia’s fastest growing tourism regions over the past three years. Mr Ambrose recently relocated to Melbourne where he has taken up an exciting role as CEO of the National Trust of Australia (Victoria). Visit Sunshine CoastQueenslandAbout Visit Sunshine Coast Visit Sunshine Coast (VSC), is a not for-profit, membership based, destination marketing organisation, formed in July 2010. As the official Regional Tourism Organisation, VSC is structured to lead the management and development of tourism in the region for the benefit of the Sunshine Coast community and all visitors to the region. Source = Visit Sunshine Coast
Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires TEMPE, Ariz. — First team reps have been hard to come by for Arizona Cardinals guard Jonathan Cooper. However, an injury to starting right guard Paul Fanaika caused the team to shuffle its offensive line a bit in practice Monday, and while head coach Bruce Arians said he expects Fanaika to be fine by the time the team takes the field again Wednesday, he feels confident that Cooper would be ready to play well if called upon. “He’s had two really good weeks of practice,” Arians said. “There’s very hardly any noticeable limp whatsoever, and he’s playing much better.”Arians has often maintained that it will be difficult for Cooper to find his way back into the lineup unless an injury occurs, as the coaching staff has no desire to tinker with a position that tends to perform better when continuity is present. Then again, if Cooper gets back to where he was before breaking his leg, the team may have no choice but to find snaps for him.But Cooper doesn’t think he’s quite there yet.“I feel like I still have work to do but I do see some improvements, but not quite where I want to be yet,” he said. It’s been a long and bumpy road for the seventh overall selection in the 2013 draft. Penciled in as a starter at left guard almost from the moment the team nabbed him out of North Carolina, he did nothing but impress before losing his entire rookie season to a broken leg. Then, when he was finally starting to work his way back into form, he suffered a turf toe injury in the preseason opener this season. Cooper then seemed to fall out of favor with Arians, and could only watch as veteran Ted Larsen earned the job that was once reserved for him. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Comments Share He has no problem fighting for the job he wants, but admitted his career hasn’t exactly gone according to plan.“I don’t know what I expected,” he said. “I know, prior to getting injured, I expected to come in and just play to the best of my ability. Now it’s kind of having a setback. “My mindset is really just to focus on improving and not look at the hurdles, and just kind of continue to move forward and try to compete.”And finally, possibly for the first time since before he was initially hurt as a rookie, Cooper’s health is no longer an issue. He said the turf toe being a thing of the past allows him to really push off of it and run, which offers him an opportunity to display the athleticism that led to the Cardinals using such a high pick on him. Maybe more important than that, though, is the fact that he can finally focus on improving as a football player rather than rehabbing from or compensating for an injury.“I feel like now that the kind of extra limp or whatever is out of the way, now it is really to hone in my skills and really focus on being a better technical player so I can compete,” he said.
Rookie center Evan Boehm goes through a drill during Cardinals rookie mini-camp. (Photo by Adam Green/Arizona Sports) Comments Share Robert Nkemdiche generated the headlines, while Brandon Williams created some question marks and Marqui Christian has created some buzz.But of all the Cardinals’ rookies, Evan Boehm may have the greatest impact.Cardinals coach Bruce Arians has said Boehm will not be handed a job, and instead will battle for a center spot that was manned by Lyle Sendlein the last eight seasons.That’s why, according to ESPN’s Field Yates, Boehm is one of 10 rookies not taken among the first 20 picks who could compete for a starting job in 2016. Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Boehm, a fourth-round pick, brings something to the table every offensive line coach wants: consistency. He started every single game of his college career — from his true freshman through his senior season — and now looks to pry the job away from A.Q. Shipley, who started three games for the Cardinals last season. Shipley is a journeyman who has played on six teams since entering the league in 2009. It’s likely a matter of time until Boehm takes over this role, and while coach Bruce Arians has not been hesitant to be patient with rookies, this former Missouri Tiger should at least compete for starting time.Boehm started 52 games in four seasons for Missouri, the last three of which were at center. While the Cardinals did not spend a high pick on him — No. 128 overall — it’s difficult to imagine they do not envision him manning the middle of their offensive line at some point, possibly as soon as this season.At the same time, Shipley does have NFL experience, with 45 appearances and 19 career starts under his belt, and last season he filled in for an injured Sendlein during the Cardinals’ NFC West-clinching win over the Philadelphia Eagles. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Nothing has to be decided yet, and it’s possible another player will emerge as the team’s choice for Week 1 against the New England Patriots. If not, the next handful of months of mini-camp, OTAs and training camp should be fun to watch as the battle between Boehm and Shipley rages on. – / 28 Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
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