Brent Schmidt Named New Administrator of Intermountain Sevier Valley Hospital

Under Gary’s leadership, the hospital has seen a number of major improvements, increased the scope of services, and recruited outstanding providers to the community.”

— Joe Mott, associate chief operating officer for specialty-based care

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, USA, April 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Brent Schmidt has been selected as the new administrator of Intermountain Sevier Valley Hospital in Richfield, Utah. Schmidt succeeds Gary Beck, who is leaving to fulfill church service in New Hampshire.

For the past five years, Schmidt has served as director of ancillary and support services at Sevier Valley Hospital where he had responsibility for 11 departments and services, as well as overseeing a major construction project in the Women’s Center and Emergency Department.

“Brent was selected from a strong field of candidates. He is a talented leader who has the confidence of our team, the Sevier Valley Hospital Board of Trustees, and the caregivers at Sevier Valley. He has a great understanding of the local needs of the community,” said Joe Mott, associate chief operating officer of Intermountain’s specialty-based care group.

Prior to joining Intermountain Healthcare, Schmidt worked for St. Luke’s Health system in Idaho as a manager and then director of operations. Schmidt earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Utah and a Master’s in Healthcare Administration at the University of Minnesota.

Mott expressed thanks to Beck for his service to the patients and caregivers at Sevier Valley Hospital over the past 26 years.

During Beck’s tenure, Sevier Valley has consistently been a high-performing rural hospital. Just recently, Sevier Valley was recognized as a Top 100 Performing Rural and Community Hospital by the Chartis Center for Rural Health and was one of 10 Utah hospitals to receive the Health Insight Quality Award.

“Under Gary’s leadership, the hospital has seen a number of major improvements, increased the scope of services, and recruited outstanding providers to the community,” said Mott. “Gary has made significant and lasting contributions and will be deeply missed.”

Schmidt will begin his role on June 2.

Intermountain Healthcare is a Utah-based not-for-profit system of 24 hospitals, 160 clinics, a Medical Group with some 2,300 employed physicians and advanced care practitioners, a health insurance company called SelectHealth, and other health services. Intermountain is widely recognized as a leader in transforming healthcare through evidence-based best practices, high quality, and sustainable costs. For more information about Intermountain, visit intermountainhealthcare.org.

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Triage Cancer Addresses Financial Toxicity in Free Health Care Professional Training in Philadelphia

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Triage Cancer will host a certificate program for oncology health care professionals that addresses financial toxicity, in Philadelphia, PA.

PHILADELPHIA, PA, UNITED STATES, April 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — News Release

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TRIAGE CANCER ADDRESSES FINANCIAL TOXICITY IN FREE HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN PHILADELPHIA

CHICAGO, IL, April 22, 2019 — Triage Cancer Chief Executive Officer, Joanna Morales, Esq., today announced the organization will host an Insurance & Finance Intensive, a comprehensive, certificate program for oncology health care professionals and advocates that addresses financial toxicity, in Philadelphia, PA.

This training provides attendees with crucial information to improve patient and caregiver navigation of the practical and legal issues that arise after a cancer diagnosis and contribute to its financial burden.

Topics addressed include individual and employer-sponsored health insurance, government-sponsored programs such as Medicare & Medicaid, tips on using health insurance and the appeals process, navigating disability insurance and appeals, and managing finances and getting financial help.

“Thank you for doing this. As a nurse, this information is not provided in school and it is difficult to navigate day to day. All nurses need this information and if properly informed could grossly improve patient advocacy and knowledge.” – Intensive attendee, 2018

This event is free of charge and is being offered as a pre-conference satellite event for the 2019 Oncology Nurse Advisor Navigation Summit. Nurses and social workers can also receive free continuing education credit.

Thursday, June 13, 2019
7:30am-1:00pm
Philadelphia 201 Hotel
201 North 17th St., Philadelphia, PA

Intensives will also be held in Las Vegas on August 23, Chapel Hill on September 13, and Washington, DC on October 29. To register for a 2019 Insurance & Finance Intensive, click here.

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Triage Cancer is a national, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping the radically escalating number of people with cancer, their families, caregivers, advocates and health care professional successfully navigate the legal and practical issues that arise. Follow us on social media!

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Understanding allergies in Children, explained by Pediatrician Dr. Kenneth Rebong

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About 1 in 4 children in the U.S. suffer from allergies. Allergies can develop at any age, but the causes are still being explored. Dr. Kenneth Rebong explains.

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More recently, a large international scientific study found five genetic indicators that are related to food allergies. Thus, apparently there are genetic risk factors for allergies.”

— Dr. Kenneth P Rebong, pediatrician

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — In brief, an allergy is an overreaction of the immune system to something (called “allergen”) that does not affect other people. When a person has allergies, the body attacks these allergens with reactions that range from mild to potentially fatal. In children, allergies often include sensitivities to certain foods (such as peanuts or eggs), medications, or environmental factors (such as pollen or animals).

Medical doctor Kenneth P. Rebong, MD has published an informational article for parents to better understand allergies. The complete article will be published on the Blog of Dr. Kenneth Rebong at https://drkennethrebong.wordpress.com/

Dr. Rebong explains what we know about allergies. When your body experiences something new such as a specific airborne particle, it mistakes the foreign substance as harmful. The body then produces immunoglobulin E, which are antibodies that attach to certain cells, which release a chemical known as histamine upon contact. This chemical causes inflammation and is the cause behind the allergic symptoms.

Allergy Symptoms

Allergies have a wide range of symptoms. Some sneeze constantly, some develop watery eyes, choking and others experience swelling on the face. Following are a few common symptoms of allergies:
* Hives
* Tingling in mouth
* Stomach ache
* Swelling of the tongue, lips, face or throat
* Anaphylaxis
Allergic Reactions from Insect Bites
* Swelling where the insect stung
* Shortness of breath, cough, wheezing or chest tightness
* Itching or hives
Allergic Reactions from Medication
* Itchy skin
* Rashes
* Hives (red spots on the abdomen, chest or back)
* Wheezing
* Facial swelling
Allergic Airborne Reactions from Hay Fever
* Runny, stuffy nose
* Sneezing
* Watery, swollen or red eyes
* Itching of the eyes or nose
* Coughing

Initially, parents may think that their child has a cold, and not allergies. At first glance, the symptoms are similar, such as a runny nose, watery eyes, congestion and sneezing. However, colds usually wane after about 10 days, but allergies do not. Thus, if symptoms persist, you should take your child to see a pediatrician. Allergies are quite common. It is estimated that 1 in 4 children have some allergy. If your child is affected, you want to know more about allergies.

Where do Allergies come from?

Scientists and researchers have yet to discover what exactly causes allergies, but there are some theories and scientific research. One of them is the “Hygiene Hypothesis.” This hypothesis states that when a person tries to force himself into a hygienic environment, the response to bacteria causes the allergies. We need a certain amount of exposure to infections and germs, so that our immune system can build a threshold. When we are extra careful, to the point where we can’t stand to be an environment where there’s a little dust or dirt, the body overreacts to the germs.

According to a study published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, the real reason behind adult allergies is excessive cleaning. The study looked at more than 3,000 participants who didn’t have asthma. These participants used different kinds of cleaning sprays in home. After a week, the participants had a medical checkup and it was revealed that 42% of them were showing signs of asthma.

More recently, a large international scientific study found five genetic indicators (genetic risk loci) that are related to food allergies. Thus, apparently there are genetic risk factors for allergies. See
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/10/171024110707.htm

About Dr. Kenneth P. Rebong

Dr. Kenneth Pomar Rebong, MD, a medical doctor in San Jose, California, and specializes in Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. He completed his Pediatric Residency at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

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Middleton Advisory Group Announces Addition of Northeast Regional Manager

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Middleton Advisory Group is pleased to announce that Dick Lee has joined their firm as Regional Business Development manager in the Northeast.

Lee's relationships in the industry combined with his leadership experience will aid in our expansion efforts while providing great support to our Eastern clients and candidates.”

— Brian Boyles, National Sales Manager

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA, USA, April 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Middleton Advisory Group is pleased to announce that Dick Lee has joined their firm as Regional Business Development manager in the Northeast.

Lee comes to Middleton Advisory Group with over 25 years’ experience in the Mortgage Industry. Prior to joining Middleton Advisory Group, Lee was the President and Founder of Independent Mortgage, a correspondent lender and broker. After selling his company, Lee acted as the Managing Director of MSA Mortgage, and most recently, was the Executive Vice President for Drew Mortgage and Associates.

“We are very excited for the addition of Lee to our Regional Management Team,” said Brian Boyles, Eastern US Regional Manager. “His relationships in the industry combined with his leadership experience will aid in our expansion efforts while providing great support to our Eastern clients and candidates.”

Lee is a regular contributor to Boston Agent Magazine and Bankrate.com providing tips to Real Estate professionals and consumers alike. In prior years, Lee has served as the President for AREAA Boston Chapter and Board member for the Massachusetts Mortgage Banking Association, and currently serves on the National Board of Directors as the National Policy Chair.

In his new role with Middleton Advisory Group, Lee will be responsible for recruitment and business development activities for the firm overseeing the North Atlantic states from Maine to Maryland.

Lee can be found on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/dick-lee-1490024/

About Middleton Advisory Group, LLC
Middleton Advisory Group, LLC is a national talent acquisition and strategic consulting firm providing collaborative and specialized advisory services which are tailored to each client's specific needs. Whether recruiting top A-level talent, developing leadership and staff, or seeking new business development strategies, MAG is equipped to assist organizations reach their specific goals in a myriad of ways. For more information, visit https://www.middletonadvisorygroup.com.

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Wind Energy Industry Has Lost $5.2 billion to Avoidable IP Infringements & Trade Secret Theft

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Since 1995 the wind energy industry has suffered more than US$5.2 billion in commercial losses associated with unmitigated intellectual property (IP) risks.

HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA, April 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — These losses come in the form of legal damages, to the tune of US$165 million, but the bigger chunk is directly related to the other commercial impacts associated with an intellectual property dispute. These include blocking of product sales, denial of market access, and the loss of revenue from aftermarket part sales for those non-existent product sales as well as the accompanying service contracts which are becoming increasingly lucrative as assets age.

Companies certainly have a right to enforce their IP rights, but when those IP rights are used to exclude competition from markets, it eliminates choice for project developers when it comes to supply contracts. This weaponization of intellectual property rights has cost companies more than US$3.65 billion in product sales, US$386 million in aftermarket part sales & US$1.02 billion in services revenue.

The industry is still at risk, with potentially billions in patent infringement liability still not formally mitigated during a project finance due diligence. For instance, the industry would have faced a total of more than US$11 billion if Enercon had been more successful with their enforcement licensing activities against Vestas and Siemens Gamesa.

Beyond those avoided costs, every single wind energy project which goes through a project finance diligence almost never takes into account the commercial impacts to the project developers and asset owners which are contractually left very murky and favorable to the supply companies resulting from clauses related to intellectual property risk. This is to the detriment of the developer, financier and insurance carrier in case a dispute between two equipment suppliers erupts.

Although the frequency of this occurring may be considered “rare” versus other risks which are routinely underwritten, the price tag for being on the wrong side of an intellectual property infringement can be substantial.

Famously, Enercon GmbH not only sued Gamesa for patent infringement liability in Spain on a wind turbine control patent, but they also sent demand letters to the asset owners of the Gamesa products they believed to infringe their patent. Those asset owners were contractually liable for some of the damages, because they did not have full indemnity from patent infringement liability in the turbine supply contract.

Recommendations to safeguard developers / owners from IP infringement risks include:

1 – Either during the request for proposals (RFP) or the turbine supply agreement (TSA) negotiations, full indemnity from patent infringement liability should be mandated.

2 – Just like the requirement for a turbine supplier to carry property & casualty insurance, making patent infringement indemnity insurance coverage mandatory can also be specified in the RFP or TSA negotiations.

3 – Whether full indemnity is provided or whether insurance is obtained, an independent validation of patent infringement risk position is possible. This data can be provided to developers / owners as well as the insurance providers during the TSA negotiation.

The consequences of this could be far-reaching because even if an injunction and a stop on production is not implemented as a result of the trial, owners could still see lost production due to a swap out of wind turbine controls or hardware which is found to infringe patents. Additional financial liabilities can pile up for every day which an infringement turbine is operated until / unless the software or hardware swap out is made.

In many cases the risk mitigation protocol used by most turbine suppliers is likely inadequate. Prior to a product launch into a new market, some proactive turbine suppliers conduct a freedom to operate review in order to ensure they and their prospective customers will have no risk of patent infringement liability.

As a result, most turbine suppliers feel justified in their non-infringement position already and feel no additional work is required. Unfortunately, there are some turbine suppliers either are resource constrained or simply do not take the time to engage in this type of risk mitigation.

There is an opportunity for proactive companies to undergo an independent IP review and risk mitigation as part of the project finance diligence. Those companies who have proactively partnered with IntelStor and our predecessor namesake, Totaro & Associates, and have undertaken an independent IP review, went on to save more than US$300 million in royalty costs avoided since 2010.

The implications of patent infringement can be substantial but this risk can indeed be quantified and mitigated. Companies must be more proactive to deal with IP risk during project diligence.

IntelStor's IP Prism™ Risk calculators can determine the total cost to a single project developer or asset owner for more than 1,200 specific makes and models of wind turbines. Get a Technology Tier subscription to IntelStor and access our IP risk calculators to mitigate your risk potential https://www.intelstor.com/store/Technology-Tier-Subscription-p127663818

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“Does your child have Asthma? Simple Steps to Control it Better” – new article by pediatrician Kenneth Rebong

Kenneth Rebong, MD, doctor in California

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Dr Kenneth Rebong, pediatrician in San Jose, California

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Pediatrician Dr Kenneth Rebong, San Jose, California

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Dr Kenneth Rebong, medical doctor, California

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If your child has asthma, you want to know what you can do to help. Read the new article by pediatrician Kenneth Rebong, MD how to handle the condition.

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Today, about 1 out of 12 people are suffering from asthma and this number is growing each day. What causes asthma is not exactly known, but there are certain risk factors that increase the chances …”

— Dr. Kenneth P Rebong, pediatrician

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 20, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — In brief, asthma is a chronic disease affecting the airways that carry air in and out of the lungs. With asthma, the inside walls of the airways are sore and swollen. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 6.2 million children under the age of 18 have this condition (8.4%). Because children have smaller airways, they are particularly affected by it. Affected children have symptoms such as trouble breathing, wheezing, and coughing. There are many causes, including infections (such as a cold), allergens (such as mold or pollen), and air pollution.

Medical doctor Kenneth P. Rebong, MD has published an informational article with a few simple steps to better control your child’s asthma. The complete article will be published on the Blog of Dr. Rebong at https://drkennethrebong.wordpress.com/

Asthma Causes

Asthma refers to the inflammation and irritation in the lungs. People suffering from asthma face difficulty in breathing and often need an inhaler to soothe the inflamed airways. This disease cannot be cured but its effects can be controlled by strictly following rules. Here are the most common asthma causes:

* Allergens such as pollen, dust particles, pet hair, and feathers
* Flu
* Air pollution
* Sudden weather changes
* Certain medicines such as aspirin and ibuprofen
* Mold spores
* Heavy exercise

What Causes Asthma

Asthma is growing with the rapid increase in air pollution. Today, about 1 out of 12 people are suffering from asthma and this number is growing each day. What causes asthma is not exactly known, but there are certain risk factors that increase the chances of a person developing this disease. The risk factors include:

* Genetics – Some people suffer from asthma because they inherited it from one of their parents. There’s nothing they can do about it except keeping themselves away from things that trigger their asthma.
* Allergy – Children with allergies tend to develop asthma. Eczema, food allergies, and hay fever are the common culprits behind the development of asthma.
* Bronchiolitis – It is a lung disease which creates difficulty in breathing. Children develop it at an early age if they are exposed to the Bronchiolitis virus.
* Smoking – If a pregnant woman smokes cigarettes, it is more likely that her unborn child develops asthma.
* Pre-mature babies – Children who are born before 37 weeks are at a high risk of developing asthma.

Asthma Symptoms

People take these symptoms lightly and ignore them, ruling out the possibility that they might be associated with asthma. Some people exhibit these symptoms while others do not. If you find your loved ones suffering from any of the following symptoms, consult a doctor immediately:

* Shortness of breath
* Tightness in chest
* Wheezing – a whistle sound while inhaling and exhaling
* Coughing that lasts for a long time
* Coughing while laughing or during exercise

Asthma patients should carry an inhaler with them at all times. They should stay away from asthma triggers as much as possible. If someone is suffering from an asthma attack and they do not have an inhaler with them, they should try to sit up straight and inhale and exhale deeply. If they are near something that’s a trigger for their asthma, they should immediately get away from it. In case coughing does not stop, they should seek medical help immediately, advises physician Kenneth Rebong.

About Dr. Kenneth P. Rebong

Dr. Kenneth Pomar Rebong, MD, is a medical doctor in San Jose, California, and specializes in Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. He completed his Pediatric Residency at RUTGERS University in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

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Santhigram Kerala Ayurveda opens its Premium Ayurvedic Hospital at Gurugram, NCR Delhi, India

All rooms are air conditioned and with all amenities

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Santhigram Kerala Ayurveda opens its Premium Ayurvedic Hospital at Gurugram, NCR Delhi, India

Health is not valued till sickness comes”

— Thomas Fuller

NEW DELHI, DELHI, INDIA, April 19, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Santhigram Kerala Ayurveda opens its Premium Ayurvedic Hospital at Gurugram, NCR Delhi, India
Leading provider of Kerala-specific Ayurvedic and Panchakarma treatments for alleviating several chronic ailments, Santhigram Kerala Ayurvedic Company Limited, announces the opening of its Premium Ayurvedic Hospital with all facilities at Gurugram, NCR (National Capital Region), Delhi, India.

Santhigram Kerala Ayurvedic Company Limited has proudly announced the opening of its Premium Ayurvedic Hospital at Gurugram, NCR (National Capital Region), Delhi, India in line with its goal of making Kerala-specific Ayurvedic and Panchakarma Treatments easily accessible to patients in different parts of India and through its subsidiary in the United States. The hospital has premium facilities for the comfortable stay for the outstation patients and those who need in-patient care and treatments. The facility is in the heart of Gurgaon, near Medicity and has easy accessibility.

Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) treatments have become increasingly popular and accepted by patients across the globe as people started realizing the immense benefits of such holistic methods of treatments free of side-effects. It has gained significance in this modern world due to its holistic approach to the well-being of the individuals. Holistic health is one of the trends of the modern world and complementary medicines are viewed by many as a solution to the spiraling health and medical care costs.” Unfortunately, such treatments are not easily accessible due to inadequate providers of quality ayurvedic and panchakarma treatments. This is where Santhigram Kerala Ayurveda has been able to make a huge difference over the years by having several locations in the US and in India, including the recently opened ayurveda hospital with premium facility at Gurugram, NCR Delhi, India.

The grand opening of Santhigram Ayurveda Hospital at 1095-P, Sector 46, Gurugram, Haryana – 122 003 took place on the 24th March, 2019. Some of the dignitaries that graced the event include the Chief Guest, Ms. Madhu Azad, Mayor of Gurugram, the guests of honour Dr. Prasanna Kumar, IAS, Director General, Haryana Institute of Public Administration, Mr. R.S.Rathee, Municipal Counsellor of M.C.G., Mr. Veer Sagar, former CEO of DCM Data Systems and the renowned Architect of Delhi Mr. John Philipose.

During the event Dr. Gopinathan Nair, Founder Chairman and Managing Director of Santhigram Group has welcomed all the guests and unveiled Santhigram’s various plans including getting NABH Accreditation and facilitating Health Insurance coverage for the patients availing Santhigram’s hospital services. He has also introduced all the team members including Dr. Ambika Nair – Chief Consultant Physician, Dr. Vasanthy.P.R.-Senior Resident Doctor, Dr. Anurag Nair, Director & CEO Santhigram Herbals, Ms. Sunitha Puttaninghatt, Director handling India operations, Mr. Mohan Nair, Vice President managing the Gurgaon Hospital and Mr. Saiju Menon, Manager- Administration. All the guests have extended their felicitations and best wishes for Santhigram’s new venture.

More information about Santhigram Wellness Kerala Ayurveda and the products and services offered can be found on their website. Santhigram Wellness Kerala Ayurveda is also available across several social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

About Santhigram Kerala Ayurveda

Santhigram Kerala Ayurvedic Company was established in 1998 to offer genuine “Kerala specific Ayurvedic Treatments” to treat several chronic ailments and also to help clients maintain a healthy body and mind. The specialized therapies, that Santhigram offer, consist of several exceptional methods for total body rejuvenation with several locations throughout the US and in India. Developed thousands of years ago, Ayurvedic and Panchakarma therapies are time-proven treatments for increasing energy levels and brain function, strengthening the immune system and increasing longevity. Santhigram’s specialized Ayurvedic & Panchakarma treatments and proprietary health management packages have helped hundreds of people to alleviate specific health problems like Back Pain, Neck Pain, Frozen Shoulder, Sinusitis, Migraine, Joint Pain, Arthritis, Insomnia, Depression. Psoriasis etc. Santhigram’s unique health rejuvenation programs also help to reduce obesity and mental tension, enhances body complexion and skin luster, corrects metabolism and deficiency and recharges the body and mind. As part of its comprehensive menu of services, specifically designed to improve quality of life for busy professionals and their families, the facility also provides the highly sought-after Ayurvedic rejuvenation program which incorporates a series of customized detoxifying, balancing, and nourishing therapies.

Santhigram Kerala Ayurvedic Company also has established Ayurveda Wellness Centers in 10 locations in the US spread over New Jersey, New York, Texas and Illinois delivering a wide range of solutions including treatments for the management of many health issues, wellness therapies and beauty therapies.

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Ad Victoriam Solutions Named Top CRM Consultant

Ad Victoriam Named Leader in CRM Consulting

B2B research and reviews agency Clutch recognizes Ad Victoriam Solutions as a leader for their exceptional strategy and consulting services that they provide.

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, April 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — B2B research and reviews agency Clutch recently recognized Ad Victoriam Solutions (AdVic) as a leader in their field based on the exceptional strategy and consulting services that they provide. After analyzing their market presence, industry experience, customer feedback, and other data-driven metrics, Clutch awarded AdVic the number 5 spot in a ranking of all CRM consultants in Atlanta, which is an honor.

Clutch selects award recipients based on a set of factors, including work portfolio and market presence. Above all, feedback from the clients is central to the evaluation. Clutch analysts speak directly to the clients to receive in-depth feedback.

Read two of AdVic’s reviews:

"Everything they’ve ever done for me came in under budget and within the original time estimates. They do a great job managing scope and cost,” praised one client. “Ad Victoriam Solutions was much more involved than other agencies, and they were very attentive throughout the process.”

“Ad Victoriam is diligent in training us and making sure that everyone understands how to execute processes … By walking us through the process and documenting everything, they’ve made us more self-reliant,” shared another customer. “The revamped Salesforce CRM has worked reliably since and is now a critical instrument in sales. Well-structured project management and diligent documentation are key to their success.”

Ad Victoriam brings dedication and innovation to every challenge they tackle, making sure that the AdVic team of experts stays up-to-date on the latest tech trends while remaining dedicated to every client and their unique goals, story, and skillsets.

The scale of the Ad Victoriam team, collaboration, and successes will continue to grow. If you’d like to learn about what Ad Victoriam Solutions can do for you and your business, please reach out to a member of their team.

Ad Victoriam is an innovative and experienced Salesforce Platinum Partner, ready to empower your growth!

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Innovative Blockchain Development Solutions by TechAhead

Los Angeles based TechAhead sees tremendous potential for Blockchain as a new technology and has been working with organizations to develop solutions.

AGOURA HILLS, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 18, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Blockchain is a trending technology that is revolutionizing the way businesses operate. At the heart of the new technology’s success lies its ability to create an environment of trust by improving transparency without compromising on the confidentiality of information. Los Angeles based app development company, TechAhead has been working with clients and developers across multiple industries, including banking and finance, supply chain, logistics, travel, healthcare, media and entertainment and utility to explore how blockchain technology can be leveraged to transform business processes and to make them more reliable and efficient.

In the fintech sector, there is a rising demand from clients who are looking to adopt blockchain to facilitate faster payments, verify digital identities, enable quicker settlements and reconciliations, among other uses. TechAhead has been helping clients in diverse sectors to adopt blockchain technology to build and strengthen their existing capabilities. The development process includes developing a blockchain strategy based on current capabilities and building proof of concepts and prototypes of ready to integrate solutions that meet regulatory requirements of the sector.

“There’s a reason why many organizations are adopting Blockchain. As a blockchain development company, we have witnessed the dramatic change it can bring to business operations for our clients. We are convinced of the immense potential that Blockchain presents as it is already revolutionizing the way businesses currently operate, moving from a centralized market to a more decentralized and transparent one that gives customers better control over how data is shared and used,” says Vikas Kaushik, CEO, TechAhead. “Additionally, the technology is versatile and can be customized to suit the requirements of transparency and confidentiality across diverse industry sectors.”

About TechAhead

TechAhead is an award-winning mobile app development company in the USA with a global clientele. The company is reputed for exploring new technologies in the market and using them to provide the best services to worldwide clients. TechAhead sees strong potential in Blockchain technology and has been exploring ways to create digital ecosystems for enterprises, growing businesses, and ambitious start-ups that are looking to adopt this new technology to transform the way they operate.

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Researchers Find Eight New Unique Gene Mutations in Patients with Hereditable Heart Muscle Disease

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Intermountain Healthcare Heart Institute researchers have identified eight new gene mutations that may cause or contribute to idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy.

If it’s passed on in families, we’ll be able to identify those who might be at risk for developing heart disease and work to prevent it, diagnose it, and begin treatment earlier.”

— Dr. Jeffrey Anderson, Intermountain Healthcare Heart Institute

SALT LAKE CITY , UT, USA , April 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — In a new study from the Intermountain Healthcare Heart Institute in Salt Lake City, researchers have identified eight new gene mutations that may cause or contribute to idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy, a form of heart disease not caused by known external influences, such as high blood pressure, obesity, smoking, or diseased coronary arteries.

For at least 40 percent of these patients, the disease has an underlying genetic cause that leads to the muscle in the major pumping chamber of the heart (left ventricle) being too weak and thin to function properly, causing heart failure.

“Although many mutations contributing to non-ischemic dilated cardiomyopathy have been identified, there remains a large gap in our knowledge of its heritability. The more we can learn about what’s causing the condition, the better we can identify and treat it,” said Jeffrey L. Anderson, MD, principal investigator of the study, and a researcher at the Intermountain Healthcare Heart Institute. “If it’s passed on in families, we’ll be able to identify those who might be at risk for developing heart disease and work to prevent it, diagnose it, and begin treatment earlier.”

Findings from the study were presented at the American College of Cardiology’s Annual Scientific Session in New Orleans last month.

A quarter to one-third of idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy patients will need a mechanical support device, a heart transplant, or will die within five years, Dr. Anderson noted, so this is a very serious condition.

In the study, researchers looked at genetic samples of 231 patients with idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy, evaluated in an Intermountain Medical Center Specialty Clinic who volunteered to enter blood samples into the Intermountain Healthcare INSPIRE Registry and DNA Bank, which is the system’s collection of biological samples, clinical information, and laboratory data from consenting patients who are diagnosed with any of a number of healthcare-related conditions.

In collaboration with Intermountain’s Precision Genomics laboratory, researchers sequenced patients’ DNA, focusing on the TITIN (TNN) gene, which codes the body’s largest protein.

“That protein acts as a spring in your heart muscle,” said Dr. Anderson. “It enhances the passive elasticity of the muscle and also limits how much you can stretch it.”

Previous research has already found variants of TTN in patients with idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy, but the story has been incomplete.

Now, in this new study, Intermountain researchers identified 24 patients with TTN variants, and eight of those variants hadn’t been seen or documented before. They also confirmed the presence of seven variants that had been discovered and reported previously. The new variants all are of the “truncating” variety, that is, they lead to a shortening of the protein and in doing so are predicted to cause the protein to malfunction in its role of maintaining the integrity of heart muscle function.

These new variants, Dr. Anderson said, still will require functional testing and clinical validation, but they likely will lead to further expansion of the known spectrum of genes that predispose to idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy.

The addition of these variants to the current list of known pathological heart muscle protein mutations will help to close the still large gap in our knowledge of the heritability of heart muscle disease and in doing so can lead to earlier diagnosis and more effective prevention and treatment.

The study was funded by the Intermountain Foundation and an in-kind grant from Intermountain Precision Genomics.

Jess C. Gomez
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