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No time for onboarding

No time for onboarding

Kevin Kane took over as CEO of Gatekeeper Innovation Inc. on March 23, the first Monday after non-essential businesses were told to shut down or work remotely. Source link

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Doctor faces dilemma as the pandemic nearly closed his practice

Doctor faces dilemma as the pandemic nearly closed his practice

Recalling the day that an eye surgeon filed for unemployment. Source link

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The coronavirus crisis accelerates health-tech startup's teleservices

The coronavirus crisis accelerates health-tech startup's teleservices

“The traditional doctor’s office as a primary point of getting care is dead because of this,” said Heal CEO Nick Desai. Source link

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A rare standstill at Orangetheory Fitness: Lorraine Higgins keeps members close virtually during Covid-19

A rare standstill at Orangetheory Fitness: Lorraine Higgins keeps members close virtually during Covid-19

“Our coaches are calling each of our 4,000 members and checking in with them. And I’m getting messages from members that are like ‘I was having such a crappy day until I heard that friendly voice,’” said Lorraine Higgins. Source link

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Baird Capital leads $28M funding round for Atlanta cancer treatment analytics startup

Baird Capital leads $28M funding round for Atlanta cancer treatment analytics startup

Baird Capital, the Chicago-based investment arm of Milwaukee private investment and wealth management firm Robert W. Baird & Co. Inc., is investing in Oncology Analytics, an Atlanta-based data-driven utilization management company with a focus on oncology. Oncology Analytics has closed on $28 million in a Series C round […]

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Small Business, Big Mission: Sergey Berenshteyn of Adirondack Orthodontics

Small Business, Big Mission: Sergey Berenshteyn of Adirondack Orthodontics

The beginning of the pandemic meant few patients, no calls, staff furloughs and no PPP loan. Weeks later, the business has adapted, received a loan and awaits reopening. Source link

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Retirements lead to C-suite moves at Baptist

Retirements lead to C-suite moves at Baptist

Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp. is shuffling its executive ranks, primarily due to two retirements. Beverly Jordan, VP and chief information officer at Baptist’s corporate level, and Dana Dye, CEO and administrator of Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis, are retiring Friday, May 29. Jordan moved up through Baptist from […]

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Louisville developer raises $2M for health care expansion

Louisville developer raises $2M for health care expansion

The Louisville-based health care company is funding an expansion of one of its facilities. Source link

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Why Highmark Health, AHN gave $5M to its front-line employees

Why Highmark Health, AHN gave $5M to its front-line employees

Holmberg said the board and management team of Highmark Health decided early on to do whatever it needed to get through the crisis. Source link

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All pain, some gain: UCSF pain researcher shares $1M prize

All pain, some gain: UCSF pain researcher shares $1M prize

David Julius, the UCSF professor whose three decades of work on how we feel pain and other physical sensations has opened the door to new ways of blocking pain, will share the $1 million Kavli Prize in Neuroscience. The every-other-year Kavli Prize — awarded by the Norwegian […]

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