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Maryland Business Strategy Consulting Company Discuss Telehealth Software

(MENAFN – Market Press Release) Hartman Executive Advisors, a Maryland business strategy consulting company, have recently released a new educational resource that explains what the premier options for telehealth software currently are with telehealth consulting services. The article goes into detail on the different options available and which ones may be the best choice for any medical office. The online resource is guided by the expert consultants at Hartman who are familiar with the latest and greatest telehealth software and the strengths and weaknesses of each.
Hartman Executive Advisors offers some valuable information for medical offices that are looking for the perfect telehealth software that will help them create a more efficient workflow for their office. In the article, they start by explaining what telehealth is exactly while also going into detail regarding what the top software options are. They highlight some of the most popular options across the industry

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Maryland Risk Management Consultants Discuss Cyber Risk Assessments – Press Release

Hartman Executive Advisors | IT Strategy Consulting Firm

Hartman Executive Advisors, a Maryland risk management consultant company, recently released a blog discussing the importance of performing cyber risk assessments.

Timonium, Maryland – October 10, 2020 – Hartman Executive Advisors, a Maryland risk management consultant company, recently discussed the importance of performing risk assessments. Hartman Executive Advisors is an independent operated technology firm working with businesses to align their IT solutions with business goals. By aligning these solutions and goals, Hartman sets up a path to advance and transform organizations.

Cyber risk assessments are a great tool to utilize in business. They have the ability to identify risks that the company is currently facing as well as potential risks in the future. Once blindspots have been identified from these assessments, businesses can put IT infrastructure in place in order to prevent them. By implementing this practice, businesses are taking steps toward

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October 14 meeting to discuss Abermule business units proposal

Graphic of how the Abermule Business Units could look.

Abermule with Llandyssil Community Council will discuss a pre-application for the new business park, which is being held by Powys County Council on Wednesday, October 14.

The county council wants to build nine business units at the business park at the edge of the village and where a bulking recycle facility is being built.

Local campaign group, Abermule Communities Together (ACT) would like to see artisan type units that would encourage small craft businesses to go there.

County Councillor for Dolfor, which includes Abermule, Councillor Gareth Pugh said: “That is not going to happen.

“I think Corris was mentioned, we can forget that sort of idea.

“That estate has already been downgraded by putting the bulking facility in there, we are going to be looking at the rougher trades.”

Councillor Gary Orrells, added: “We have to be realistic about who we

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Cinemas in Virginia Discuss Their Plans and How Business is Going Amidst the Health Crisis

Hear from The Byrd Theatre, The Ashland Theatre, and The Goochland Drive-In Theater.

Theatres in central Virginia, like in many other areas, are struggling to stay afloat amidst the health crisis. NBC 12 recently chatted with a few companies about their plans.

The Byrd Theatre closed in March, and has now reopened for donors only, bringing business down by 75%.

Stacy Shaw, the theatre’s Executive Director, says that a survey was sent to patrons.

“30 percent said we’re not really comfortable until there’s a vaccine, and then the other 70 percent said we really miss you guys but we’re okay right now,” said Shaw.

The Ashland Theatre is also allowing paid special screenings of films, as well as drive-in options, which are ending at the end of October. The tTheatre is seeing about thirty percent of the business they usually do

“So we’ve definitely seen a loss in business; we

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Huawei discuss strategy at ‘Connect 2020’

HUAWEI CONNECT 2020 was held from September 23 to 26 in Shanghai. HUAWEI CONNECT is an annual flagship event hosted by Huawei for the global ICT industry. It is a platform where Huawei discloses its major strategies.

In 2016, Huawei envisioned an intelligent world and called upon its partners worldwide to build a diverse and thriving Costa Rica-like ecosystem together. In 2017, Huawei announced its goal of becoming one of the world’s five major cloud service providers. In 2018, Huawei revealed its AI strategy, and then in 2019 its computing strategy.

In 2020, as 5G has been rolled out at scale worldwide, connectivity, cloud, AI, computing, and industrial applications have all come together to create unprecedented opportunities for the ICT sector. Therefore, the focus of this year’s HUAWEI CONNECT is: Creating new value with synergy across five tech domains.

Moving forward, Huawei will focus on applying ICT technologies to industries

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Central Mass. manufacturers discuss impact of COVID-19 – News – telegram.com

WORCESTER — FLEXcon North America pivoted because of COVID-19 and made transformational changes, FLEXcon President Lavon Winkler said during a manufacturing roundtable on Friday, which was Manufacturing Day.

FLEXcon, located in Spencer, has been donating face shields, hazmat suits and other protective gear to local hospitals during the pandemic.

The company manufactures pressure-sensitive films and adhesives for the food, beverages and hygiene industries as well as for medical companies and pharmaceuticals. Because the company’s products are necessary for those industries and any stoppage in production would interrupt the supply chain, Winkler said, the company was designated as an essential service.

Winkler said the company began to see in February that something was brewing and it could have an impact on business. In March, the company formed three teams to look at risk management, continuity and communication. He said the company realized right away that keeping people safe from COVID-19 was

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House 22 candidates discuss goals and ideas for district | Putnam News

As the 2020 general election edges closer, candidates in local races across southern West Virginia, such as the one for District 22 of the House of Delegates, continue to make their case to voters.

House District 22 covers parts of Boone, Lincoln, Logan and Putnam counties and is currently represented by Republicans Zack Maynard of Harts and Joseph “Joe” Jeffries of Culloden. Both Maynard and Jeffries are running for re-election, and they face opposition from Democrats Cecil Silva of Morrisvale and Jeff Eldridge of Alum Creek for the two open seats.

The general election is set for Tuesday, Nov. 3, and polling places will be open despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Early voting is offered Oct. 21-31.

Republican incumbent Zack Maynard of Harts has held office representing House District 22 since 2016. During the 2019 and 2020 legislative sessions, Maynard was chair of the fire department and emergency medical services

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Ford CTO Dr. Ken Washington to Discuss Ford’s Technology Strategy at Evercore New Mobility & AI Forum on Sept. 22

Dr. Ken Washington, chief technology officer, Ford Motor Company, is scheduled to speak at the Evercore ISI New Mobility & AI Forum on Sept. 22.

Washington will answer questions on how Ford is future-proofing its vehicle technologies in a time of unprecedented change in mobility and connectivity.

The session is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. EDT and can be viewed at this webcast link. Additional information is available at shareholder.ford.com.

About Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) is a global company based in Dearborn, Michigan. The company designs, manufactures, markets and services a full line of Ford cars, trucks, SUVs, electrified vehicles and Lincoln luxury vehicles, provides financial services through Ford Motor Credit Company and is pursuing leadership positions in electrification; mobility solutions, including self-driving services; and connected services. Ford employs approximately 188,000 people worldwide. For more information regarding Ford

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Poway Unified candidates discuss COVID-19, racism in schools

Two candidates are vying for the Trustee Area E seat on the Poway Unified School District Board of Education in the Nov. 3 election.

Jimmy Karam and Cindy Sytsma are both Poway residents. The winner will replace Kimberley Beatty, who decided not to seek reelection. The area covers parts of south Poway and Sabre Springs. A map showing district boundaries is at tinyurl.com/PUSDElection2020.

Karam previously ran for a board seat in 2016. This is Sytsma’s first time running for a political office.

Karam has lived in the district for 12 years. He is a Department of Defense contractor and adjunct economics professor at Palomar College. He also teaches economics at Escondido High School as part of its dual enrollment program. He said his “day job” is a functional area manager leading an engineering staff of 45 people. Karam is a Navy veteran, served as a Navy supply corps officer and

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University of Chicago’s Polsky Center, Argonne, and Fermilab Discuss Leadership in Water Innovation at First-Ever Chicago Water Week

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Chicago, in partnership with Argonne National Laboratory and Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, is hosting a webinar as part of Current’s inaugural Chicago Water Week. The event will highlight Chicago’s innovative, cross-sector water leaders from Sept. 28 to Oct. 2, 2020.

On Monday, Sept. 28 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. CT, the Polsky Center, Argonne, and Fermilab will present a webinar titled, “Partners in Innovation: How to Collaborate with Universities and National Labs.” The discussion will demystify the “tech transfer” process and explain how easy it is to collaborate with universities and national labs on the development of new technologies.

Panelists include:

  • Bill Payne, executive director, science and technology, Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Phil Smith, business development executive, Argonne National Laboratory
  • Mauricio Suarez, deputy head of technology development and industry engagement, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Register for

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