Friday, May 25, 2018
 
 
CIO Leadership Live with Joel Jacobs, CIO at MITRE Corp. | Ep 4
Show host Maryfran Johnson talks with CIO Joel Jacobs of MITRE Corp., a private non-profit research organization that provides consulting, engineering, and technical services for numerous federal government agencies. A big part of its mission is to keep innovating -- in everything from predictive analytics to mobile app development.
 
Cats now back to full strength
LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) - For the first time all season, the Cats were operating at full strength on Saturday. After missing games, Quade Green made his return to lineup. Also Jarred Vanderbilt played in his second game for the Cats. What's next for the this squad? Players say it's building team chemistry. Check out the video for what Vanderbilt and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander had to say.
 
PSM Announces 2018 High School Baseball Series
PSM Announces 2018 High School Baseball Series
 
Pharmacies Running Out of Cold Medicine
Pharmacies in the Tennessee Valley are running low on flu and cold medicine.
 
CIO Leadership Live with Kristin Darby, CIO at Cancer Treatment Centers of America | Ep 3
In this episode, Maryfran Johnson, executive director of CIO programs and events at IDG, talks with CIO Kristin Darby of the Cancer Treatment Centers of America about IT’s critical role in the convergence of genomic advances, clinical research and digital capabilities in healthcare – and how all of that is creating a new world of connected care for patients.
 
State of the CIO 2018: Learn the latest on the evolving role of the CIO
Better understand the evolving role of the CIO in today’s business climate and the 2018 CIO agenda in this video discussion, hosted by Adam Dennison, SVP/General Manager, IDG Events/CEC & Publisher. Ron Guerrier, CIO at Farmers Insurance Group of Companies, and Kristie Grinnell, CIO & VP Information Technology & Supply Chain, General Dynamics Information Technology, share their thoughts on budgetary responsibilities, business and leadership challenges, and the key skills needed for the job today.
 
Hospitals, pharmacies work to overcome drug shortages from M
Hurricane Maria closed one of the two functioning plants that manufactures the normal-saline solution bags. Since then it has become increasingly difficult to stay on top of the demand on the hospital’s side.
 
CIO Leadership Live: Watch live on Tuesday, Jan. 16 at 10 a.m. eastern
Join Maryfran Johnson, executive director of CIO programs for CIO Events and the CIO Executive Council, for an in-depth interview with Kristin Darby, CIO at Cancer Treatment Centers of America, on Tuesday, Jan. 16 at 10 a.m. eastern. Watch the show live on Twitter.
 
Using machine learning in Amazon's Cloud
Network World's Brandon Butler chats with Swami Sivasubramanian, general manager for Amazon Web Services (AWS) about its announcements surrounding machine learning and artificial intelligence. The announcements were made at the company's re:Invent show in Las Vegas.
 
Multi-county data-sharing network to improve farming, manufa
A newly formed group of 10 counties have come together to become a national hub of agricultural and manufacturing innovation.
 



SRHS "shoe boxing" items for veterans
This holiday season, Singing River Health Systems wants the community’s help spreading Christmas cheer to those in need. Their shoebox donation drive is aimed at homeless veterans in the area as well as those in local nursing homes. The items needed are health and comfort items like food, clothing, and toiletries, but they’ll also accept books, games, and anything that could be useful to those veterans that are weathering the winter conditions without shelter. It is recommended that each shoe box that is donated should have a total value of about $20. Singing River Health System Foundation Executive Director Laura Sessum said “This Christmas season, when we were looking at which way we’re going to try to help our community, we thought we would try to target our veterans and we wanted to help veterans that are local and so this is how the idea came about from Operation Shoebox which is more of an international type of drive usually, but we wanted to do it locally.” Boxes can be dropped off at either Singing River Hospital location by December 20th.
 
Virgin Islands call on Congress to share hurricane costs
“Today’s the day the United States Congress, the White House and everyday citizens must make a sustained commitment to the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico," Representative Stacey Plaskett from the US Virgin Islands said Thursday. Plaskett (D-USVI At Large) is standing up for the Virgin Islands on the steps of Capitol Hill. She said efforts to help her territory and Puerto Rico are just not enough.
 
IV Fluids low in the Basin
Hurricane Maria destroyed three main manufacturing plants, causing a nationwide shortage.
 
CAPCO RAID PIC FOR ORIGINAL POST
"federal agents and the grand junction police arrived on the scene early wednesday morning outside cap-co inc on the 1300th block of winter's avenue. local police left after securing the area. employees were sent home for the day at cap-co inc -- and what has been confirmed by the u.s. attorney's office for the district of colorado is that no one will be taken into custody on wednesday -- and that this investigation is still developing currently. when looking at cap-co inc's website -- they're listed as a defense contractor company that serve for quote "key procurements offices from each of the u.s. department of defense's service branches, as well as serving a broader commercial customer base of original equipment manufacturers and suppliers in a variety of industries" end quote. the website further details the types of engineer ing and manufacturing capabilities held inside the 100,000 plus square foot facility. the company employs over 300 employees, including an in- house engineering team of degreed engineers, physicists, and chemists. capco's website also says they manufacture a variety of munitions, weapons, and weapon accessories -- including propellents, pyrotechnics and explosives. cordell bennigson, ceo of capco, inc released a statement "as always, capco remains committed to providing our customers with the highest quality products and services. we are cooperating fully with the investigation and we intend to provide the same level of transparency and communication that has earned capco a stellar reputation in the defense
 
Federal Agents Raid CAPCO, INC.
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. Federal Agents and the Grand Junction Police arrived on the scene early Wednesday morning outside CAPCO on the 1300th block of Winters Avenue. Local police left after securing the area. Employees were sent home for the day at CAPCO and what has been confirmed by U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Colorado is that no one will be taken into custody on Wednesday and that this investigation is still developing currently. When looking at CAPCO's website, they're listed as a Defense Contractor Company that serve for "key procurements offices from each of U.S. Department of Defense's service branches, as well as serving a broader commercial customer base of original equipment manufacturers and suppliers in a variety of industries." The website further details the types of engineering and manufacturing capabilities held inside the 100,000 plus square foot facility. The company employs over 300 employees, including an in-house engineering team of degreed engineers, physicists, and chemists. CAPCO's website also says they manufacture a variety of munitions, weapons, and weapon accessories including propellants, pyrotechnics, and explosives. Cordell Bennigson, CEO of CAPCO, INC., released a statement saying, "As always, CAPCO remains committed to providing our customers with the highest quality products and services. We are cooperating fully with the investigation and we intend to provide the same level of transparency and communication that has earned CAPCO a stellar reputation in the defense community."
 
I&I: Lawsuits against Pharmaceutical Companies (Part 2)
Attorney Stephen Skinner outlines how lawsuits filed by smaller municipalities against pharmaceutical companies will play out in court.
 
I&I: Lawsuits against Pharmaceutical Companies (Part 1)
Attorney Stephen Skinner discusses the negative effects that opioids and misleading advertising have had on the Eastern Panhandle.
 
Gallatin Co. to vote on lawsuit
Gallatin County commissioners are debating whether they will join a lawsuit against pharmaceutical manufacturers. The county says those manufacturers are behind the opioid epidemic.
 
Pharmaceutical Facility to Open in Fayetteville KNWA
Pharmaceutical Facility to Open in Fayetteville KNWA
 
Pharmaceutical Company Plans for Fayetteville Facility FX
Pharmaceutical Company Plans for Fayetteville Facility FX
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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