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Ohio-based private equity firm Link-age Ventures is raising a $20 million to $35 million technology fund this year. The team involved says the fund will invest in everything from early stage to growth-stage larger players in serving the aging population's needs that include healthcare services and IT.
Six Kentucky care providers examining themselves in federal Medicare Shared Saving Program.
When we are hurting, children and adults want to hug and hold. When someone dies, it is not surprising that all of us may find a favorite stuffed animal to snuggle close that somehow reminds of what seems fleeting—that love is endless and timeless.
Inaugural meeting set for March 5
Project champion foresees one of the nation's great urban parks and waves of development.
Unattended retail, incorporating remote, self-service, purchases from mobile applications, kiosks, vending units and even digital signage, is already on the rise.
Louisville engineer and CEO David Phelps has a winning way in medical devices and biotech industry.
Kentucky industries share best energy conservation practices in advance of increasing costs
A look at how Kentucky's new Health Benefit Exchange will affect individuals and businesses.
Louisville, Ky.-based Rede App contends that CIOs and IT managers are being pushed to embrace mobile interfaces for a variety of audiences that deliver on customer engagement.
The application process for new generic-top level domains (gTLDs) has opened and continues through April 12, 2012, allowing for new extensions to enter the scene as options for helping organize online content.
At the National Retail Federation's Big Show this week, every flavor of device seemed to have its place in the enterprise management conversation.
From the packed show floor of the National Retail Federation's Big Show in NYC this week, retail IT is bursting with exciting challenges from global payments to the right middleware for trusted exchanges.
As the commercial real estate market moves slowly toward recovery in some cities, so does the interest in software-as-a-service that allows for fast tracking of its management, sale, and financial overseeing.
The wave of healthcare reform has fed the need for healthcare IT services, but in ways that extend far beyond the electronic medical record.
Half of all online media marketing campaigns fail. Mostly this is because marketing and IT teams are often perplexed by relevance to their company's big picture.
With applications for top-level domains expected to soar with ICANN's application process starting this week, you wonder if this is the Wild West of the Internet or just another route to board the congested subway system for the next stop dropoff?
First there was the buzz last year about the funding of health information exchanges state-by-state, and in recent weeks we have heard about even more funding for health insurance exchanges . Both require tremendous IT efforts in interoperability, meaningful use distinctions and execution, data analysis, privacy, and security. Both will then be integrated.
Healthcare IT managers and administrators have a lot of questions and concerns about how to integrate with revenue cycle management. In this blog, we go over those questions.
Reform and market forces driving it are realigning Kentucky's major players and how they provide services
The 65+ crowd has never seen so much action as in recent years regarding innovation addressing long term care, as is evidenced by the hype of the Louisville-Ky.-based Innovate LTC's expected Consumer Experience Center opening later this year and the long-awaited first deals of CincyTech's partnership with Cincinnati-based Link-age Ventures, just sparking new collaboration. The two Midwest organizations have begun to nurture healthcare startups that have a need to connect directly with senior customers and their caregivers.
Juvent, a Florida-based medical technology company with a leading focus in bone health, is now an
active alliance partner of the International Center for Long Term Care Innovation, also known as
InnovateLTC in downtown Louisville.
The 4th Annual Annmarie's Art Breakfast on Derby, sponsored by , the University of Louisville Lions Eye Bank, Rooibee Red Tea, and Fetter Printing, supports the Lomenta Foundation, which funds special arts initiatives including the Annmarie Campbell MSU Art Student Scholarship. The event will be hosted by the late artist Annmarie Campbell's mother, Dawn Marie Yankeelov, in the Brown-Forman Playroom, 626 W. Main, from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM on the morning of the Kentucky Derby.
Nothing else in Louisville says style, class and fun like Derby Day. This year, the Fourth Annual Annmaries Art Breakfast on Derby, premiere sponsored by Fetter Printing, and Rooibee Red Tea, will offer an opportunity for you to show and sell your work in the context of an exciting fundraiser for budding fellow artists. Annmaries Art Breakfast on Derby is an event of the Lomenta Foundation, working to support arts and environmental concerns in the region.
Attention Artists: Derby Morning Offers Opportunity To Show, and Sell Your Work Nothing else in Louisville says style, class and fun like Derby Day. This year, the Third Annual Annmarie's Art Breakfast on Derby, sponsored by Norton Healthcare (http://www.nortonhealthcare.com) and Red e App (www.redeapp.com), will offer an opportunity for you to show and sell your [...]
Tickets for the 2011 2nd Annual Annmarie's Art Breakfast on Derby are now on sale at www.thealleytheater.org and www.art-sanctuary.org. A Call for Artists is also posted there for those interested. Tickets are $35/Individual, or a Table of 8/$250. Available at the box office of Art Sanctuary at The Alley Theater at The Pointe in Louisville, KY, 1205 E. Washington St. as well as online, and by phone.
Part of Sales & Marketing Success Seminar Series. Presented By Dawn Marie Yankeelov, President of Aspectx; Oct. 20th at One Southern Indiana offices, Location: Clark Memorial Hospital, 1220 Missouri Avenue, Jeffersonville, IN 47130; 8 to 9:30 AM. Register by calling (812) 945-0266, Lynne Brannon; Free for Members of One Southern Indiana. $25.
The Primer: Solutions in Social Media for HR? Presented By Dawn Marie Yankeelov, President of Aspectx : 12:30 to 2:00 pm on Wednesday, September 16, 2009, Annual Kentucky SHRM Conference, Kentucky International Convention Center. To register, go to: http://www.kyshrmconference.com/mx/hm.asp?id=home.
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