Enterprise Exhibits from Judge Hayward’s Lee Courtroom Raises Police Concerns while Manager Admits Video Evidence Erased

One Lee Court exhibit among a number of others: Enterprise contract undated and questionable for police and others.  Agency fails to safeguard video but presents this rudimentary 'damage slip' as evidence of vehicle condition.

One Lee Court exhibit among a number of others: Enterprise contract undated and questionable for police and others. Agency fails to safeguard video but presents this rudimentary ‘damage slip’ as evidence of vehicle condition.

Unsigned and undated exhibits presented as evidence of vehicle condition at trial in Lee County generates concern for law enforcement and others. Video erased.

Small claims court is a special court where disputes are resolved quickly and inexpensively. The rules are simplified and the hearing is informal. Attorneys are generally not allowed.”

— Department of Consumer Affairs, State of California

BALTIMORE, MD, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, September 28, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — SubscriberWise, the nation’s largest issuing CRA for the communication industry and the leading protector of children victimized by identity fraud, announced today an example of a single courtroom exhibit — among a number of similar questionable exhibits — that was presented in a small claim hearing and without the benefit of counsel for the plaintiff as ‘proof of vehicle condition’ in Howe vs. Enterprise Holdings dba National Car Rental. The exhibit above is not dated and the signature is entirely illegible for everyone who has examined it, including police in Baltimore, Maryland.

Related: IBM Gets Desperate Plea from Enterprise Holdings Crime Victim and Survivor — https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/ibm-gets-desperate-plea-from-enterprise-holdings-crime-david-howe/

In addition to law enforcement, the courtroom exhibits have been scrutinized by others and have generated concern for all who have viewed. A source involved in the investigation has confirmed to the plaintiff, David Howe, that the case-number information from the Lee County Port Authority Police Investigation (Case No. 2016000055203) and the Lee Clerk of Court (Case No. 18-SC-001768) would be provided to a field agent from the FBI, Baltimore, following a review with law-enforcement professionals in Maryland.

The independent Lee County Port Authority Police investigation and its fact-finding report including sworn witness statements were repeatedly and aggressively objected to in the small claim hearing by counsel for Enterprise Holdings' National Car Rental; under no circumstance would Enterprise Holdings Counsel allow Judge Archie B. Hayward to read one word from the independent and unbiased police investigation. It begs the question for every single reasonable person everywhere: "Why would an ethical rental agency so aggressively and so persistently suppress a comprehensive, unbiased and independent, police investigation? Why did EHI Counsel insist that Judge Hayward be kept ignorant and uninformed to the findings of a sworn law enforcement officer from the same community the Judge presides concerning facts and evidence to reach the truth of a matter? What is Enterprise so eager to conceal and hide with its constant objections?"

FACT: The Federal Bureau of Investigation Washington Division had the very same question regarding the plaintiff's attempt to share the police report and sworn statements with Judge Hayward (FBI to Howe: Why Was the Lee Port Authority Police Report Not Shown to Judge in Enterprise National Car Rental Hearing? — https://www.einpresswire.com/article/462387866/fbi-to-howe-why-was-the-lee-port-authority-police-report-not-shown-to-judge-in-enterprise-national-car-rental-hearing).

Plaintiff Howe is providing this perceived due-process outrage to the Florida Bar Association in a formal sworn complaint (https://www.floridabar.org/public/acap/ ; reference 19-4183) and asking for a review of what Howe argues may be serious statutory violations of a victim’s rights regarding Florida State Law as it relates to exceptions to so called ‘hearsay’ that was repeatedly asserted by defense counsel (http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0000-0099/0090/Sections/0090.803.html). Moreover, Howe is making the argument that an ‘Officer of the Court’ has a sworn and ethical duty to ensure a non-attorney in a 'small claim' hearing is not disadvantaged by the chess-match-approach to complex civil rules of civil procedure that was brazenly on display in Judge Hayward’s courtroom as it relates to a plaintiff’s ability to present evidence to substantiate the facts otherwise aggressively suppressed by the defense counsel.

After all, what's the point of a 'small claim' courtroom if the merits, facts, and truth of a case are trumped by the unfair advantage of a cadre of lawyers against a pro-se plaintiff in a Lee Court where counsel for the plaintiff was unattainable because EHI intentionally forced the case into the wrong court of law through adhesion contracts — a contract that apparently wasn't signed by the plaintiff-victim as now evidenced by exhibits docketed in Lee County, Howe vs. Enterprise Holdings.

Related: 'Lost in the Fine Print' — https://www.afj.org/multimedia/first-monday-films/films/lost-in-the-fine-print

For the record, Plaintiff Howe filed a motion to transfer the case to an appropriate court of jurisdiction where due process could be obtained for this complex civil case but, as the court transcript now proves, Enterprise Counsel strongly objected to this effort for fairness, equity, and truth. Remarkably — and an urgent issue for review by the Florida Bar, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, and the Florida Supreme Court — concerning equity and due-process of law in a small claim hearing in the state of Florida, Judge Archie B. Hayward never read a single word from the independent police investigation docketed prior to trial and provided to defense Counsel.

And Judge Archie B. Hayward never heard or saw a single item of audio and video evidence from the same evidence previously docketed and sent electronically to Counsel — as directly instructed by EHI Counsel prior to trial except for the relentless money demand which also exposed proof of video surveillance viewed by EHI manager that was later taped-over.

To reiterate, the critical video evidence for which the state of Florida provides duties to safeguard and which would have unequivocally determined the pre-exising minor 'wear and tear' was, conveniently, erased after police and victim demanded the evidence. And the manager claimed he just didn't know better to copy, duplicate, and safeguard this incredibly significant evidence.

Nevertheless, the undeniable and mountain of facts from the investigation have been provided to media, law enforcement, and staff members of the United States Senate, as well as staff from the FTC and the CFPB.

Related: Howe Successfully Passes the Baton to USA Federal and State Congressional and Law Enforcement Apparatus, as well as Major Media Outlets — https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180920005979/en/Howe-Successfully-Passes-Baton-USA-Federal-State

Listen to the money demand with admission that video was viewed (company spoliated evidence despite the fact it was requested hours after the illicit money demand was made claiming they just didn’t know better): https://soundcloud.com/user-370781554/national-car-rental-damage-recovery-scam

Related: https://documents.akerman.com/SpoliationOfEvidence.pdf

Related: Ex-Chipotle manager, accused of stealing $626, gets $8 million for wrongful termination (Jeanette Ortiz was accused in 2015 of stealing $626 in cash from a safe at the Fresno restaurant. Ortiz’s bosses claimed the theft was caught on camera, but she was never shown the video because her bosses told her the evidence had been destroyed.) — http://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/2018/05/14/ex-chipotle-manager-accused-stealing-626-gets-8-million-for-wrongful-termination.html

Read the unedited and stunning court testimony below and recognize Enterprise Holdings’ management negligence and incompetence regarding common-sense safeguards of video evidence:

20· · · · Q· · Okay.· Were you aware that the Lee Port

21· ·Authority Police made multiple calls to Steven Carter?

22· · · · A· · No, sir.

23· · · · Q· · You were not aware of that?

24· · · · A· · No, sir.

25· · · · Q· · You were not aware that the Lee Port

·1· ·Authority Police wanted to see the video that you

·2· ·didn't bother to keep?

·3· · · · A· · No, sir.

·4· · · · Q· · Very interesting.· But I'm trying to

·5· ·understand, why do you keep these, but you don't keep

·6· ·video evidence that would clearly tell us whether this

·7· ·was preexisting or not?

·8· · · · · · ·You have this, but where's the video?· Did it

·9· ·just overwrite itself?· What happened to it?

10· · · · A· · Again, the video surveillance for the

11· ·customer safety, for car control measure, it over

12· ·records every 30 days.

13· · · · Q· · You told us, you said, I'm looking at the

14· ·footage and the damages are not preexisting.· Do you

15· ·know it's unreasonable that I did not get to see the

16· ·video, is that unreasonable to you?

17· · · · A· · Sir, I looked at the footage and there was no

18· ·damages.· I don't take into consideration what is

19· ·reasonable for you or not.· I review all the evidence

20· ·in front of me.

21· · · · Q· · Thank you for that.· Does Enterprise Holdings

22· ·have a formal policy when there's evidence of vehicle

23· ·condition and there's video evidence, do you have a

24· ·formal policy what you do with that video evidence that

25· ·would unequivocally tell the story, what happens to

·1· ·that, you just overwrite it?

·2· · · · A· · Sir, I'm not aware of that.

·3· · · · Q· · So you don't have any policy when someone

·4· ·says — when someone is being implicated for vehicle

·5· ·damage or there's a potential for preexisting damage,

·6· ·which is exactly the case here, you have video evidence

·7· ·that you look at but you don't maintain or know about a

·8· ·policy there?

·9· · · · A· · Let's focus here.· You're focusing on the

10· ·video.· I looked at your contract, okay, there was no

11· ·damages.· I looked at four previous contracts, there

12· ·was no damage.

13· · · · · · ·So, regardless, if there was no video, I

14· ·would still pursue you.

15· · · · Q· · Okay.· Fine.· We know there is video.· You

16· ·already acknowledged that you looked at it.· We all

17· ·understand that.· Why would you not keep that video?

18· ·Why don't you have a protocol in place, don't you think

19· ·that's critical?

20· · · · A· · If there was any evidence of damages, it

21· ·would have been documented on all the previous

22· ·contracts, it was not documented on yours as well. I

23· ·rely on the evidence before me.

24· · · · Q· · Just to be crystal clear, so I understand,

25· ·Enterprise Holdings has no policy to have video when

·1· ·they're implicating a person for damage, you allow it

·2· ·to rerecord?

·3· · · · A· · As I explained before, after 30 days they

·4· ·rerecord.· I explained that to you.

·5· · · · Q· · But I want to make sure I keep a note of

·6· ·that.· After 30 days, it rerecords.

·7· · · · · · ·THE COURT:· Sir, that's the fifth time you

·8· · · · said that.· Please move on.

·9· · · · · · ·MR. HOWE:· I don't think I have much more.

10· · · · This will be used for Congress.· Oh, believe me.

11· ·BY MR. HOWE:

Hear the proof that the video was demanded and Howe made a costly and time-consuming trip to Miami exactly as instructed but to no avail: Camera Request MIA 1078722 – Cr – 2016 – 12 – 09.21 – 18 – 37 – 6baa — https://soundcloud.com/user-370781554/camera-request-mia-1078722-cr-2016-12-0921-18-37-6baa-1

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Dunlap, Bennett & Ludwig Expands on its Estate Planning Services

Rhonda A. Miller joins the Northern Virginia offices of Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig to focus on estate planning.

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Dunlap, Bennett & Ludwig Expands on its Estate Planning Services – Rhonda A. Miller joins the Northern Virginia offices to focus on Estate Planning.

Rhonda has a great breadth of special experience assisting clients to implement tax-efficient strategies that preserve their wealth for successive generations.”

— Thomas Dunlap, Founding Partner

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, September 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig, a leading corporate and intellectual property law firm with law offices across the U.S., Puerto Rico, London and Toronto, proudly announces the addition of Rhonda A. Miller as a Partner. Ms. Miller will be working in the Estate Planning practice of DBL. This includes special needs trusts, asset protection trusts, spousal lifetime access trusts, charitable remainder trust, qualified small business trusts and other trust used to minimize or eliminate capital gains and estate tax. Rhonda is also a community property expert.

DBL Founding Partner Thomas Dunlap welcomes Miller to the firm, stating, “Rhonda has a great breadth of special experience assisting clients to implement tax-efficient strategies that preserve their wealth for successive generations. We are thrilled to have her join our team of other experienced Estate Planning attorneys at DBL.”

Throughout her career, Ms. Miller has been working in partnership with individuals, families, business owners, corporate executives, retired military officers, and more, to provide tailored legal solutions. Her legal portfolio includes many of her own original documents, hand-drafted to address such issues as asset protection, flexible tax planning to ensure documents are nimble in the face of ever-changing tax laws, capital gains avoidance, problems with survivor benefits (TSP and FEGLI), and other client-specific needs. She is often hired by personal injury attorneys to handle guardianships, conservatorships, and special needs trusts for their injured or disabled clients.

Ms. Miller says “It is so hard to choose the right lawyer. Most people do not even know where to start. My advice is to always choose an attorney who only practices in estate planning. Then find one that makes you feel comfortable. I try to make my clients feel comfortable by sharing what I have learned through the years personally and professionally. Often it is through that interaction that helps guide clients to make the right decisions for themselves.” She also added “My Father told me that I should find my passion and do it for a living because you spend a lot of your time working. I am pleased to say I have found my passion. Not just the law but specifically in estate planning. I truly enjoy working with my clients and love getting to know them on a more personal level.”

Ms. Miller earned her J.D. with honors from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, CA and is a proud graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, with honors. Rhonda has been awarded the AV® Preeminent™ Rating by Martindale-Hubbell, achieving the highest ranking possible by her peers in the areas of ethical conduct, professional experience, and knowledge. She also has a 10 out of 10 ranking on AVVO and has been named a Best Attorney as seen in the Wall Street Journal; top 50 Women Virginia Attorney; Woman Leader in the Law as seen in Forbes Magazine, 2016 & 2015 Top Lawyers in California, Virginia and DC, and 2014 Best Attorneys in Virginia and DC.
In the community, she sits on the Board of Directors for the Capital Gymnastic Girls Booster Club and is a proud member of The Alexandria Singers. She resides in the Northern Virginia area with her husband and two children.

Ms. Miller will be teaching at an upcoming seminar on TCJA (1.5 CEs pending), How to Take Advantage of TCJA Before it Sunsets, on October 25th in Northern, VA. For more information please visit DBL Seminar page.

DUNLAP BENNETT & LUDWIG, PLLC
Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig is a leading consumer, corporate, estate planning, immigration, patent and intellectual property law firm with 16 offices nationwide, as well as Toronto and London. DBL was founded by US Army veterans and has over 70 attorneys licensed to practice in over 40 states. Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig has been recognized as one of the top intellectual property law firms by IP Watchdog. For more info visit:  www.DBLLawyers.com.

Rusty Foster
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Dr. Zak El-Ramly is EY’s Cleantech Entrepreneur of the Year 2018

ZE PowerGroup and ZE Power Engineering

EY’s Cleantech Entrepreneur of the Year 2018

Data. We Get It.

ZE PowerGroup Inc. and ZE Power Engineering Inc. recognized for technology innovation and leadership in Cleantech

..We will continue to push innovation in our companies to consistently meet the evolving needs of our clients and our communities.”

— Aiman El-Ramly, COO, ZE PowerGroup

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, September 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — September 27th, 2018, Vancouver, Canada — Dr. Zakaria El-Ramly of ZE PowerGroup Inc. (“ZEPG”) and ZE Power Engineering Inc. (ZEPE) were awarded the prestigious EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2018, for the category of Cleantech. This year marked Ernst and Young’s 25th anniversary of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, recognizing the achievements of Canada’s entrepreneurial trailblazers. The EY award came following another incredible year for ZEPG and ZEPE, two industry-leading enterprises founded and led by Dr. El-Ramly s part of the ZE Family of Companies.

“It is a tremendous and humbling honor to be named for this award, considering the talent, passion and entrepreneurial spirit in this year’s nominees,” said Dr. El-Ramly. “I could not have achieved this honour without the dedication and hard work of staff and the support of my family.” “With the emphasis on clean technology we strive in our software solutions and engineering designs to maximize the value of our client's investments in a sustainable and enduring manner. We will continue to push innovation in our companies to consistently meet the evolving needs of our clients and our communities,” he added. Aiman El-Ramly, ZE’s Chief Operations Officer and Dr. El-Ramly’s eldest son, states, “as an extended family, all of us at ZE are proud of our father. He brings energy and a sense of purpose to everything he does. He is always driving us forward.”

ZEPG continues to be at the forefront of providing critical data required by increasingly sophisticated systems. Many of the world’s largest organizations in energy, resources, commodities, and agriculture depend on market data and the enhanced software tools developed by ZEPG to optimize their performance in the market and make key infrastructure investment decisions. Any efficiencies gained in these resource-intensive industries have a substantive environmental impact.

BC is rich in renewable energy resources and ZEPE plays a large part in developing the physical infrastructure to deliver on BC abundant natural resources. ZEPE is now one of Canada’s largest independent engineering firms and a key service provider to provincial utility BC Hydro. ZEPE full circle engineering design, procurement and construction, and project management for transmission, distribution and generation projects. ZEPE continually strives for quality and efficient design and is now poised for expansion into electric vehicle charging infrastructure design and advanced fibre to the home telecommunications.

About ZEPG and ZEPE
Established in 1995, ZEPG’s sole purpose is to help clients to be more efficient through information automation and superior services. ZE is the developer of ZEMA, a comprehensive software solution for resolving data management and business process automation challenges. By providing unrivaled data collection, analytics, curve management, and integration capabilities, ZEMA offers end-to-end automated business process solutions for clients in all markets and industries.

ZE Power Engineering Inc. (ZEPE) is one of Canada’s largest independent engineering firms. ZEPE company strives to develop innovative and cost-effective solutions through its extensive range of services in engineering and project management solutions.

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Michelle Mollineaux
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Miami Attorney Jack Hickey Secures $4.5M Car Accident Verdict for 89-Year-Old Woman

The victim, 89-year-old Maria Deposada, was riding as a passenger in her daughter's car when the vehicle was broadsided.

She went from praying every single day of her life before she went to bed to not praying at all. She went from listening to the radio all day every day to not wanting to hear any of it.”

— John H. (Jack) Hickey

MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA, September 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — John H. (Jack) Hickey, founder of Hickey Law Firm of Miami, Florida, received a $4.5 million jury verdict on behalf of the victim of what eventually turned out to be a fatal car crash. The victim, 89-year-old Maria Deposada, was riding as a passenger in her daughter's car when the vehicle was broadsided. Deposada filed a personal injury lawsuit against Pernod Ricard, the multinational liquor company. An intern for Pernod Ricard was driving the car that crashed into Deposada's. Pernod admitted liability for the crash, but claimed that it was not responsible for Deposada's post-crash symptoms.

Hickey showcased a clear difference from Deposada before the crash, where she was known as the "Energizer Bunny" due to her love of life and travel, to after the crash, where she rarely left the house. "She went from praying every single day of her life before she went to bed to not praying at all," Hickey said. "She went from listening to the radio all day every day to not wanting to hear any of it. She went from happy to sad." The jury awarded Deposada's estate $4.5 million.

Miami attorney Jack Hickey was recognized by the Best Lawyers in America (2019) in two practice areas: Personal Injury – Plaintiffs, and Admiralty and Maritime. These recognitions are based entirely on peer review.

Facebook Live Segment Offers Tips for Crash Victims

On August 14th, Hickey participated in a Facebook Live segment hosted by AskTheLawyers.com™. In the video segment, which has now been viewed a few thousand times, he gave valuable instructions for what to do after a car accident.

He recommended documenting the crash as much as possible (including photos of the license plates), calling the police, reporting the incident to your insurance company, and calling a board certified trial lawyer with experience handling cases like this.

Jack Hickey has been practicing law for nearly 40 years. As a personal injury attorney, he has developed a reputation as one of the nation's premiere attorneys for helping those injured on land or at sea.

If you're a Miami resident who's been seriously injured in a car accident, boat accident or due to medical malpractice, contact Jack Hickey today at (888) 393-1388.

Kimberly Busch
AskTheLawyers.com™, LLC
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Should Injured Elderly Seek Specialized Representation?


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Carie: Telemedicine Service Comes to Colorado

Redefining Healthcare in Colorado

Founding Member Max Engelhardt rolls out Carie in Teller County, CO

Why Telehealth?

Max Engelhardt, a Teller County native, entrepreneur, and founding member of Carie is helping to bring the future of healthcare to Teller County residents.

It’s going to be the next big thing in healthcare, everybody’s going toward this sort of service, and we have a lot of things in place where we’re going to be a household name.”

— Max Engelhardt, founding member of Carie

WOODLAND PARK, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, September 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Carie is launching its new platform and mobile app in October. Carie is a membership-based telemedicine service that allows patients access to board-certified doctors 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for $29 per month as an individual, or $49 per month as a family of up to 5 people.

According to a report conducted by the Colorado School of Public Health, Teller County has a low doctor to patient ratio, the residents are generally older, and access to transportation was cited as a common concern. Telemedicine services enable patients and doctors to connect remotely for many conditions including colds, cases of flu, and infections while drastically reducing the amount of time it takes to see the doctor. Telemedicine services can save patients time, money, and travel while increasing revenues for physicians.

Carie is designed to connect members to their local physicians first, but if a patient can’t reach their provider, they can connect to one of the thousands of doctors or specialists from around the country using either a locator service or using the next available doctor feature. If a patient doesn’t have a local doctor, they can also choose from any available doctor.

Telemedicine services, starting with simple phone calls and moving on to internet-based services, have been on the market for decades and are proven to allow doctors to see, diagnose, and treat their patients remotely with lower wait times.

Major telemedicine competitors like Teledoc, Inc. have been around for years, but Carie is different because the platform is 100% free to the physicians, and patients have a membership model rather than a costly pay-per-visit model. There are no deductibles or copays with Carie. Other telemedicine services on the market generally use a pay-per-visit model that can cost patients $50 or more per visit.

Physicians can sign up for free to become a provider and are expected to earn $50 per patient visit after an initial $199 fee required to verify their credentials. Regulations may vary by state, but the initial certification is designed to ensure that every patient sees a quality physician.

Due to the platform’s low cost and ease of use, Carie will allow doctors to see more patients and help them keep their practices independent. Doctors can also benefit from membership fees if they sign their own patients on for the service. If employers want to offer the service to their employees, they can also benefit from the membership fees while providing access to basic medical care for their employees.

“We have a very innovative telemedicine service, and there are so many doctors out there who are trying to remain independent and keep their practices, so they are jumping on this opportunity because it can add a lot of revenue to their practice,” Max Engelhardt said. “We have employers signing up for the business side as well because there’s an advantage in how they can offer that service to their employees and save a little bit of money by signing up.”

The new platform and mobile app are launching in October, but doctors, patients, and investors can sign up online and begin using the current cloud-based service. Due to the various regulations across the states, marketing and sign-up efforts are generally handled on the local level by business partners.

“You’ll have access to a lot more doctors and specialists, and it should speed up the wait time and the time that you can see those physicians through your phone, tablet, or computer,” Engelhardt said about the new platform. “It’s an updated model to what we already have.”

Carie can serve as a supplement to primary health insurance because it will lower the cost of routine visits, or it can provide affordable access to doctors if the patient does not have health insurance. However, if a patient needs tests or bloodwork done, they will need to go to a doctor’s office and use their insurance or pay the fees out-of-pocket.

“It’s going to be the next big thing in healthcare, everybody’s going toward this sort of service, and we have a lot of things in place where we’re going to be a household name,” Engelhardt said of the projected growth rate of telemedicine services.

The Miami based company, with more than 400 working at headquarters, is a rapidly growing telemedicine platform and welcomes companies and investors to join the movement.

Max Engelhardt, a Teller County native, entrepreneur, and founding member of Carie is helping to bring the future of healthcare to Teller County residents with Carie Virtual Doctors Services.

“I’m one of the founders of the company that’s bringing the service to America, so my role is to onboard doctors, patients, and companies that are interested in giving their employees an extra telemedicine service that they can use any time and that their families would benefit from,” Engelhardt said. “I wanted to start here because this is my home.”

More information: Contact Max Engelhardt at email: healthmaxcolorado@gmail.com; phone at: 618.367.2756 (cell).

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cariecoloradohealth

Michael Perini
Perini & Associates
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Patients – Virtual Care Partners


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A Life-Saving Donation: Generous Caregiver Donates the Ultimate Gift – One of His Kidneys – to Colleague’s Husband

Monica Anderson, her husband, Jason, Kingslee Teo, and Manuel Rodriguez, MD, reunite after life-saving transplant surgery at Intermountain Medical Center.

Organ donation is where we see the best in humanity. It's the ultimate gift.”

— Manuel Rodriguez, MD, surgeon with Intermountain Medical Center

SALT LAKE CITY, UT, USA , September 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The lives of two healthcare caregivers changed in two different, dramatic ways, thanks to a generous organ donation.

Kingslee Teo is a respiratory equipment assistant with Intermountain Healthcare Homecare in Ogden, Utah. Earlier this year he overheard his co-worker, Monica Anderson, mention that her husband, Jason, is living with end-stage kidney disease and on a kidney transplant waiting list that could take years.

Teo, who recently got married, went home and considered whether he could be the donor. A few days later he approached Monica and suggested he be tested. Monica and Jason were amazed at his offer and generosity, and their amazement turned to joy when after months of testing Teo was found to be a perfect match.

“There is absolutely no other kind and selfless gesture as what Kingslee is doing for me,” said Jason. “I will never be able to repay him for what he has given me — a second chance at life.”

Sadly, 20 people die every day in America while waiting for a life-saving kidney transplant. According to the National Kidney Foundation, more than 3,500 people are removed from the kidney transplant waiting list each year because they become too sick to undergo a transplant surgery.

"Patients die on dialysis every day," said Manuel Rodriguez, MD, a surgeon with the Intermountain Medical Center Transplant Program in Salt Lake City, where the transplant surgery was performed. "Organ donation is where we see the best in humanity. It's the ultimate gift."

Jason had spent more than four years on the transplant waiting list while living with end-stage kidney failure. He continued to work a demanding and busy full-time job as a bank manager, then coming home and spending six hours a night doing the dialysis process. The family keeps a machine in their home office for at-home dialysis. A dextrose solution goes into Jason’s body, helping to clean it and do the work of his kidneys.

“It’s been hard not knowing how much time he has with us,” said Monica. “The dialysis therapy works extremely well for him, but things could have changed overnight.”

The transplant allows Jason to live a normal life again. As he recovers, he’ll be able to do things like travel on an airplane without the hassle of carrying medical equipment, not to mention have improved overall health and energy.

"It's been hard," Jason said. "I'm full of life and vivacious. I can't wait to get back to doing the things I love. Already I feel so much better."

“Organ donation really does allow people to have a second chance at life,” said Diane Alonso, MD, medical director of the abdominal transplant program at Intermountain Medical Center. “When a living donor, like Kingslee, steps up and offers a friend, colleague or sometimes even a complete stranger a life-saving organ, it truly is a gift of life.”

For Teo, the donor, he says that when the opportunity presented itself, he decided to take the chance to better someone else’s life.

“I hope that people will hear this story and have the urge to save someone’s life, too. I hope that kidney donations become more common as a result and that people see how much this can change a life,” he said.

Teo is taking off six weeks of work, as donating a kidney is major surgery. “I'm hoping for a speedy recovery for both myself and Jason,” he says.

Four days after the procedure, he was already feeling better.

The transplant took place at Intermountain Medical Center on Wednesday, Sept. 5, with Jason and Teo in adjacent operating rooms.

Currently, more than 114,250 people in the United States are on the national transplant waiting list. In Utah, 772 people are currently on the organ transplant list: 519 kidneys, 154 livers, four pancreas, 16 kidney/pancreas, 72 heart and seven lungs.
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Jess Gomez
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12th Annual HPNA Clinical Practice Forum Opens Thursday

Clinical conference specifically created for hospice and palliative nurses

PITTSBURGH , PA, USA, September 26, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association is proud to present the 12th Annual Clinical Practice Forum, opening Thursday, September 27, and continuing into Saturday, September 29, 2018, at the Marriott City Center in Pittsburgh, PA.

This year’s topic, “Continuing the Path: Advancing Expert Care in Hospice and Palliative Nursing” offers a variety of sessions created by nurses for nurses, on subjects like hospice triage, telemedicine, pain management in the opioid crisis, comprehensive nursing assessments, care delivery regulations, and clinician-surrogate disagreements for care. Our opening plenary speaker Nadine Barrett, PhD, MA, MS, will speak about health disparities, diversity, and inclusion, and the upcoming National Coalition for Hospice and Palliative Care Clinical Practice Guidelines, due out later this fall, will be reviewed.

This year, the Clinical Practice Forum offers five preconference sessions, a reception on Thursday evening, round table discussions on Friday afternoon, poster presentation displays on Friday evening, micro learning sessions with leaders in the field on Saturday morning, exhibitors both days, and a special reception on Friday evening presented by HPNA and Delta Care RX.

Thank you goes out to our platinum sponsor Delta Care RX, a nationwide hospice pharmacy provider, supporting both the Friday event reception and the poster presentations, as well as presenting during the forum. Other sponsors include the Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center and the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Foundation as gold sponsors, Mary Ann Liebert Inc. as our silver sponsor, HospiCorp as our bronze sponsor, and Duquesne University as our nursing school collaboration sponsor.

Online registration at advancingexpertcare.org/clinical-practice-forum will close a few days before the event starts, but walk-in registration will be available Thursday morning at 7:30 a.m. for preconferences and Friday morning before 8:00 a.m. for the conference. Contact us directly for questions or more information.
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About the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association
The Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association was established in 1986 and is the national professional organization that represents the specialty of palliative nursing, which includes hospice and palliative nurses, and has nearly 11,000 members and 50 chapters nationally. The association works together with the Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center and the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Foundation to promote our mission, to advance expert care in serious illness, and our vision, to transform the care and culture of serious illness. Visit advancingexpertcare.org to learn more.

Harry Crytzer
Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association
4122828209
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Global Electronic Health Records (EHR) Market Research and Forecast 2018-2023

Global Electronic Health Records (EHR) Market Research

Orion Market Research

Global Electronic Health Records Market, EHR Market Size, Share, Market Intelligence, Company Profiles, Market Trends, Strategy, Analysis, Forecast 2018-2023

Digitization in healthcare system is fueling the growth of electronic health records market”

— OMR Analyst

INDORE, INDIA, September 26, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to the OMR analysis, the global electronic health records (EHR) market is expected to grow at a significant rate during 2018-2023. The global electronic health records market has witnessed a significant growth due digitization in healthcare system. In addition, introduction of cloud computing and IoT will further contribute for the market growth. The global electronic health records market is segmented on the basis of installation, end-user, business size, deployment and geography. The report provides detailed and insightful chapters on market overview, key findings, strategic recommendations, market estimations, market determinants, key company analysis, market insights, company profiling, market segmentation, geographical analysis and analyst insights.

Full report of global electronic health records market is available at: https://www.omrglobal.com/industry-reports/ehr-electronic-health-records-market/

There is substantial growth in demand for healthcare services such as electronic health records due to aging populations and the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases. Concurrently, there are cost pressures originated due to rising need for higher quality work with fewer available resources. Expectations for better outcomes, higher quality treatment and more value from the healthcare services provided raise the need for point-of-care access to medical data and the parallel evolution and adoption of mobile devices, for both medical staff and for patients. This in turn is increasing the need for IT systems to be adapted. Additionally, the significant increase in digitization of medical records and emergence of digital outputs from scanning and monitoring devices provide more voluminous and varied digital data to maximize the potential benefit of cloud solutions.

The global electronic health records market on the basis of geography is divided into – North America, APAC, Europe, and Rest of the world. North America is expected to have the largest share. Europe is expected to witness lucrative growth. In addition, government regulations in emerging economies to encourage healthcare providers for the adoption of EHR systems contribute in the growth of Asia-Pacific market. The market in Asia-Pacific is expected to grow with the highest CAGR during the forecast period of 2018-2023.

The report covers:
Comprehensive research methodology of Global EHR Market.
This report also includes detailed and extensive market overview with key analyst insights.
An exhaustive analysis of macro and micro factors influencing the market guided by key recommendations.
Analysis of regional regulations and other government policies impacting the Global EHR Market.
Insights about market determinants which are stimulating the Global EHR Market.
Detailed and extensive market segments with regional distribution of forecasted revenues.
Extensive profiles and recent developments of market players.

For related reports please visit: https://www.omrglobal.com/reports-category/healthcare-it/

About Orion Market Research
Orion Market Research (OMR) is an Indian research company known for its crisp and concise reports. The company is equipped with an experienced team and young brigade of analysts. The company provides quality syndicated research reports, customized research reports, Company profiling, consulting and other research-based services. OMR provide global and regional market reports of various domains such as healthcare, energy, IT, chemicals, and automobiles. OMR provide a 360-degree view of the market with parametric analysis, key market insights, key findings, statistical forecasts, competitive landscape, extensive segmentation, key trends, strategic recommendations and detailed company profiles.

Anurag Tiwari
Orion Market Research Pvt. Ltd.
+919179828694
email us here

Global Electronic Health Records (EHR) Market Research By OMR


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Global Cloud Identity Access Management Market Research and Analysis 2015-2022

IAM Market

Orion Market Research

Cloud Identity and Access Management Market, IAM Market Size, Share, Intelligence, Company Profiles, Market Trends, Strategy, Analysis, Forecast 2015-2022

Rising trend of ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) is augmenting the market growth”

— OMR Analyst

INDORE, INDIA, September 26, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to OMR analysis the global cloud identity access management market is anticipated to grow with a CAGR of 13% during 2017-2022. The global cloud identity access management market is segmented on the basis of components, deployment models and verticals. The cloud identity access management software can be deployed on public private, and hybrid cloud. Cloud identity access management is widely used in various industries such as IT and telecommunication, healthcare, government and utilities, energy, retail, manufacturing and education. The report provides detailed & insightful chapters which include market overview, key findings, strategic recommendations, market determinants, key company analysis, market insights, company profiling, market segmentation, geographical analysis, analyst insights and predictive analysis of the market.

Full report of global cloud identity access management market is available at: https://www.omrglobal.com/industry-reports/cloud-identity-and-access-management-market/

“The global cloud identity access management market is primarily driven by the rising trend of bring your own devices. Along with it, increasing cyber-attacks is also expected to attribute towards the growth of the global cloud identity access management market.”

Bring your own devices is a policy that allows employees to bring their own devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops to the enterprise premises to access the company’s application and information. Range of businesses from small to large scale enterprises, are contributing toward bring your own device industry. Employees has shown high interest towards using a single device for both professional and personal purposes. However, to suppress the security and safety issues associated with the BOYD, organization required an effective access management system to eliminate the risk of third-party access to sensitive information. This give rise to the cloud identity and access management technology. The market for BOYD is expected to grow significantly which in turn drives the growth of cloud identity access management market.

The report covers:
• Comprehensive research methodology of Global Cloud Identity and Access Management Market
• This report also includes detailed and extensive market overview with Analyst insights & key market trends.
• Exhaustive analysis of macro and micro factors influencing the market guided by key recommendations.
• Analysis of regional regulations and other government policies impacting the Global Cloud Identity and Access Management Market
• Insights about market determinants which are stimulating the Global Cloud Identity and Access Management Market
• Detailed and extensive market segments with regional distribution of forecasted revenues.
• Extensive profiles and recent developments of market players.

For related reports: https://www.omrglobal.com/reports-category/cloud-and-big-data/

About Orion Market Research
Orion Market Research (OMR) is an Indian research company known for its crisp and concise reports. The company is equipped with an experienced team and young brigade of analysts. The company provides quality syndicated research reports, customized research reports, Company profiling, consulting and other research-based services. OMR provide global and regional market reports of various domains such as healthcare, energy, IT, chemicals, and automobiles. OMR provide a 360-degree view of the market with parametric analysis, key market insights, key findings, statistical forecasts, competitive landscape, extensive segmentation, key trends, strategic recommendations and detailed company profiles.

Anurag Tiwari
Orion Market Research Pvt. Ltd.
+919179828694
email us here

Global Cloud Identity Access Management Market Research By OMR


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Yotta Laboratories launch a bond for sophisticated investors

The highly disruptive tech start-up, Yotta Laboratories, has launched a sophisticated investment bond

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, September 26, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Terry McCusker
26/09/2018 Phone: + +44 3300101855
www.yottalaboratories.com
Email: Terry@yottalaboratories.com

Yotta Laboratories launch a bond for sophisticated investors

The highly disruptive tech start-up, Yotta Laboratories, has launched a sophisticated investment bond. The bond seeks to raise capital from private, sophisticated investors in order to complete the R&D on a groundbreaking project in the field of blockchain and cloud storage.

With over five years of research and over 150 specific use cases in the field of blockchain, Smart Contracts, Machine & Deep Learning, and Artificial Intelligence, Yotta’s IP, alone has been valued at £47.5 million. The bond will allow important funds to be channelled into creating a prototype of what will be the future of data cloud storage.

Yotta’s Chief Executive Officer, Gary Spence said:

“Investments beyond Crypto Currency are where many tech investors are now looking. The confluence of volatility in the crypto market as well as its ‘Wild West’ reputation, coupled with the power of blockchain to change the game in data storage means now is the time to expedite our cloud storage plans.”

A separate website has been created for this bond. The website is password protected to ensure only sophisticated investors can access it. For further information on the Yotta Securities bond, contact Yotta’s Chief Operating Officer, Barrie Dawson on Barrie.Dawson@yottalaboratories.com

ENDS

Yotta intends to change technology forever and create a safer and better digital future for everyone. Yotta believes an irrefutable digital truth can transform not only technology but also society.

Contact: Terry@yottalaboratories.com

Terry McCusker
Yotta Laboratories
+44 3300101855
email us here


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