• October 4, 2023

Connect America Cited by Black Book as Emerging Solution that is Challenging the Healthcare Technology Status Quo

Connective health leader recognized by healthcare executives for ability to facilitate a more integrated, patient-centric, productivity-enhancing HIT ecosystem

BALA CYNWYD, Pa., March 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Connect America LLC,

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How healthcare has been transformed post covid by technology | by Professor Shafi Ahmed | Mar, 2022

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Garth C. Reeves Sr. Essay Contest focuses on Black women | Education

Now in its third year, Breakthrough Miami‘s annual Black History Month Essay Contest generated nine new winners whose essays best reflected this year’s theme: Black women in Florida. It’s

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How wearable technology is revolutionising healthcare

Hitesh Shah from West Bengal was happy when he was discharged from hospital. The 73-year-old who underwent a bypass surgery was looking forward to seeing his grandchildren. He missed them

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Northern Michigan home and outdoor show set for April 8-9

The Home and Outdoor Living Show was last held in 2019 by the Home Builder's Association.

PETOSKEY — The Home Builder’s Association of Northern Michigan’s Regional Home and Outdoor Living show is making its return for its 44th year after being canceled two years in a

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Japanese encephalitis: What you need to know about vaccines for the mosquito-borne virus

For a long time, vaccination against the Japanese encephalitis virus has mostly only been available through travel doctors, for people heading overseas.

But now that cases have been detected in

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Court ruling against Honda dealership’s obstructionist landlords upheld

The landlords of a Honda dealership engaged in “unfair commercial extortion,” fraudulently misrepresented the ownership of the property and wrongfully delayed construction of the store for more than two years,

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In a World on Fire, Stop Burning Things

The fossil-fuel industry can be relied on to fight these shifts. Last autumn, a utility company in Oklahoma announced that it would charge fourteen hundred dollars to disconnect residential gas

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