The Satna district police have arrested a local member of the right-wing Bajrang Dal on charge of setting fire to a vehicle used by a priest and seminarians. The priest and seminarians were detained when they were on carol singing for the Christmas season on a complaint by Dharmendra Dohar, 21, a resident of Bhumkahar village, who alleged that some people were asking him to convert to Christianity.“We have produced a person before the magistrate in connection with the incident in which a car was set on fire in the Civil Lines police station area,” Kamlesh P., head constable, said over telephone.The police have lodged a case under Section 435 against unidentified persons who set a vehicle (MP 19 CB 6701), parked very close to the Civil Lines police station, on fire.According to the police, the arrested person, Vikas Shukla, is a resident of Khamu Khuja locality, who reportedly set the vehicle afire. Mr. Shukla was later released on bail. On Thursday, on the basis of a complaint lodged by Mr. Dohar, Father M. George and a group of 30 seminarians were detained during the routine carol singing. In his complaint, Mr. Dohar alleged that some people were appealing him to convert. The police have registered a case against Father George and five others under Sections 153 (B), 295 (A). Eight priests who went to inquire about the detained priest and seminarians were also taken into custody. Later, a vehicle parked outside the police station was torched by unidentified people. The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India has strongly condemned the violent attack on priests and seminarians.On Friday, the Satna police produced Father George and the priests from St. Ephrem’s Theological College before the magistrate. Father George was released on bail the same day.
The regional office of the Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board has recommended ₹90,23,437.50 in fine on the National Highways Authority of India for violating the rules for dust abatement on construction sites. UPPCB Regional Officer Utsav Sharma told The Hindu that the NHAI had not adopted the dust abatement measures notified by the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change. “The fine has been calculated on the basis of the guidelines issued by the Central Pollution Control Board for penalising defaulters,” he said. The NHAI, which was penalised last year too, is into expansion of National Highway-9 in Ghaziabad in Gautam Buddh Nagar, and Hapur. “Our teams have been maintaining vigil to identify sources contributing to Particulate Matter 10 and Particulate Matter 2.5 in the region,” Mr. Sharma said. Mr. Sharma said the present Air Quality Index of the region was in the poor category, and with unfavourable weather conditions forecast, things were not expected to improve in the near future. The UPPCB has asked that under-construction materials, handled on-site, be covered and dust-breaking screens be erected wherever necessary. “None of these measures is being adopted on the project site,” he said. It also recommended a fine of ₹50 lakh on two factories in Ghaziabad district for burning plastic in boilers.
(REOPENS DEL 18) (REOPENS DEL 18) Indias total domination was despite the country fielding second string teams in major and multiple medal offering disciplines like athletics, wrestling and weightlifting. There were, however, near full strength teams in top disciplines of shooting, badminton, boxing and archery. The 12th SAG, co-hosted by Guwahati and Shillong, were largely successful in the field of play with several Games records broken though hit by organisational issues, especially with respect to media facilities. The 12th edition of the Games, the biggest sporting spectacle in this Northeastern part of India, were the biggest ever with more than 2500 athletes competing in 23 sports. The blue-riband event of athletics gave the maximum number of gold medals to the Indias overall medals kitty by contributing a whopping 28 yellow metals while shooting, swimming, wrestling and weightlifting gave 26, 18, 14 and 13 gold medals respectively. Indians got a clean sweep in boxing, badminton, tennis, archery and table tennis by bagging all the gold medals on offer respectively. In athletics, the icing on the cake was veteran long distance runner Kavita Raut clinching gold in womens marathon and qualifying for Olympics in the process. Raut is the only athlete to have booked a Rio Games berth from the Games. Indias track and field athletes put up an overwhelmingly dominating show despite the absence of several Olympics bound athletes. Manpreet Kaur (womens shot put), Nitender Singh Rawat and Kheta Ram (both mens marathon) were the Rio Games qualified athletes from India while another Olympics-bound shot putter Inderjeet Singh pulled out at the last minute due to injury. As expected Manpreet won the gold and missed her own national record of 17.96m by just two centimetres. Rawat also won a gold while Kheta Ram settled for a silver in mens marathon. But, it was Raut who stole the limelight by coming out of near oblivion to book a Rio Olympics berth by winning the gold in womens marathon. Shooting was one discipline in which India sent a strong team with as many as six Rio Olympics bound athletes and the host country simply annihilated opposition by claiming all but one gold medal to fetch a haul of 26 yellow metals. 26-year-old Rio Olympics bound Chain Singh emerged as the star marksmen of the Games as he picked up three individual gold. He won in mens 50m rifles 3 positions, 50m rifle prone and 10m air rifle. In fact, he won six gold given that he was also a part of the three team events he took part in. PMadvertisement
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Chelsea Chelsea trying to catch United, not City – Conte Dejan Kalinic Last updated 1 year ago 10:44 11/29/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(1) Getty Images Chelsea Premier League Antonio Conte Chelsea v Swansea City Swansea City The Blues should only focus on the team directly in front of them, according to their manager Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte urged his team to forget about Premier League leaders Manchester City and focus on trying to catch Manchester United.City’s lead at the top was cut to five points by United on Tuesday, with Chelsea a further six points back ahead of hosting Swansea City.Chelsea 22/1 to win title Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Pep Guardiola’s side have been flying atop the table with 12 wins from 13 matches, scoring 42 goals and conceding just eight.Conte said Chelsea simply needed to focus on overtaking United, not high-flying City.”We have to look at ourselves and not the others. Now our target must be to see the team that is before us. In this case, Manchester United,” the Italian told UK newspapers.”Our first target is to catch them up and if we are able to do this and then we can see the team who is staying before us. This must be our mentality and in every game we have to try to win and do our best. This must be the right mentality, winning mentality.”If you leave Man City out of the table there is United and we are three points behind [before Jose Mourinho’s men beat Watford 4-2].”Man City is doing something incredible until now but we have to trust to continue to improve in our work in our team and try to do our best. This is the right way.”Training today. Ready for Swansea! pic.twitter.com/3f27I69KjQ— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) November 28, 2017Chelsea are unbeaten in five league games, including a win over Manchester United and draw with Liverpool.Conte said there were plenty of positives for his team after a poor start to the season.”We are in November and trying to do our best. We have 11 points less than Manchester City but we have played all games against the other five top teams,” he said.”We are in the second round of the Champions League. We have to play the quarter-final of the Carabao Cup.”For the problems that we had from the start of the season we are doing our best.” Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.
zoomIllustration. Image Courtesy: Pixabay under CC0 Creative Commons license Hapag-Lloyd’s fire-stricken Yantian Express was still waiting to discharge its damaged containers two weeks after it arrived in Freeport, Bahamas on February 4, 2019.According to an advisory release by Ocean Network Express, the Port Authority is yet to give their final approval to start discharge operations, which is expected to be received in the next few days. The authority is monitoring the preparation of the site.“We are in close contact with the local authorities to be able to start discharging of the distressed containers soonest. We hope to receive permission to commence this operation shortly and based on the information currently available, we expect the discharge to take approximately two months,” ONE added.Containers and cargoes considered unaffected by the fire incident are in a dry and sound condition, and the company is exploring its options.Hapag-Lloyd earlier informed that up to 202 containers have been identified to be a total loss due to the fire, which started on Yantian Express’ deck and towards the fore end of the vessel on January 3. At the time, the ship was on its way from Colombo to Halifax.Once unloaded, these containers would not be inspected and would be sent for destruction, Richards Hogg Lindley (RHL) as General Average and Salvage Adjusters informed.
NEW DELHI: The Union home ministry has cleared a proposal to reopen the 1984 anti-Sikh riot cases against Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath, Delhi’s Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa said on Monday. “A big victory for Akali Dal. SIT Opens case against @OfficeOfKNath for his alleged involvement in 1984 Sikh genocide. Notification issued by MHA upon my submission last year, Case number 601/84 to reopen and consider fresh Evidence against Kamal Nath,” Sirsa said in a tweet.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will visit Scandinavia next week, attending meetings on energy, sustainable development, climate change and green economic initiatives, as well as conferring with heads of State and Government in Norway, Denmark and Sweden.At his first port of call in Oslo, Norway, Mr. Ban, who leaves New York on 9 October, will address the ‘Energy for all: Financing access for the poor’ conference, co-organized by Norway and the International Energy Agency (IEA) together with five invited partners from the so-called South – Brazil, Ethiopia, India, Liberia and South Africa – to explore ways of financing such access. More than 70 countries are expected to participate.About 1.4 billion people today lack access to electricity, and current trends indicate that this will not change significantly by 2030. It is also estimated that 2.5 billion people will still use traditional biomass for cooking in 2030, with related health effects leading to 1.5 million premature deaths per year, mostly among women and children.Mr. Ban will also participate in a high-level panel on the theme “Energy and the Road Towards Rio+20,” the 2012 UN Conference on Sustainable Development, taking place in Rio de Janeiro next June, marking the 20th anniversary of the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in the same city, with the aim of renewing the global political commitment for sustainable development.While in Oslo, he will join King Harald V in the 150th anniversary celebrations of the birth of Fridtjof Nansen, the renowned Norwegian explorer who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, served as the League of Nations’ first High Commissioner for Refugees, and has given his name to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) annual Nansen Refugee Award for outstanding work on behalf of refugees.Mr. Ban will also hold talks with Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg and meet with members of the Norwegian Parliament, as well as visiting the site of the 22 July terrorist bomb attack in Oslo, which along with a gun assault on a nearby holiday island killed more than 75 people.From Oslo he will travel to Denmark, where he will attend the 3G Global Green Forum, a high-level public-private partnership which brings together leaders from Government, business, finance and civil society to accelerate ‘bottom up’ country- and business-led progress on climate change and other environmental challenges.Initiated by the Danish Government, the forum aims to create new and expand existing public-private partnerships in areas including energy efficiency, renewable resources, sustainable transport and water. The 3G Global Green Growth Institute lists its goals as supporting developing and emerging countries in green growth economic development plans at the national or provincial level; promoting public-private cooperation to strengthen resource-efficient investment, innovation and diffusion of best practice in the private sector; and pursuing research to advance the theory and practice of green growth.While in Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, Mr. Ban will meet with Queen Margrethe II, Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and other senior officials, and visit the site of the new UN City in Copenhagen, which is being built to bring together under one roof the more than 1,000 UN employees in what is the world’s sixth largest UN city.On his last stop in Sweden, Mr. Ban will visit the grave in Uppsala of the UN’s second Secretary-General, Dag Hammarskjöld. The 50th anniversary of his death in a 1961 plane crash while on a mission to negotiate peace in what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is currently being commemorated by the Organization.In Stockholm, Sweden’s capital, he will meet with Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt and other top officials, returning to New York on 12 October. 5 October 2011Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will visit Scandinavia next week, attending meetings on energy, sustainable development, climate change and green economic initiatives, as well as conferring with heads of State and Government in Norway, Denmark and Sweden.
The UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) reports that nearly 300 containers with emergency food for Gaza are stuck on ships in Ashdod, UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters in New York.“That backlog is connected to the fact that a lot of these containers had to be redirected there from Haifa, which had been closed due to the fighting. Currently, some 830,000 people rely on UNRWA’s Gaza food distributions.” The UNRWA School at Rafah is also still providing shelter for 340 internally displaced Palestinians who fled Israeli shelling in southern Gaza, he added.Also on the humanitarian front, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has secured vaccines for Palestinian children through 2007, as well as education supplies for its back-to-school campaign. UNICEF has also provided eight generators and five water tankers to its humanitarian partners in Gaza, and stepped up its mine-awareness education and psychosocial assistance programmes, Mr. Dujarric said.
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DR wants consulate office in TCI Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 12 Oct 2015 – Parade Grounds this morning was filled with family and friends and well-wishers as the inaugural ceremony for the Turks and Caicos National Honours and Awards was held. It was the new element to the month of cultural festivities and was attended by Premier Rufus Ewing and Governor Peter Beckingham. Still to come this month as the country continues to mark the National Heritage Month are: a blast from the past party in Middle Caicos on Bambara Beach on October 17; Gospel Concert featuring the TCI Mass Choir on Sunday October 18; a symposium on the effects of globalization, cultural imperialism and cultural homogenization in Provo on October 19 from 6-9pm; there will be a Farmer’s Market, historical site tours and festival of the arts cultural explosion and a Gospel concert in North Caicos on October 24 and 25; Youth will take on the subject: ‘Living our culture, preserving our heritage’ on October 28 in a panel discussion which is also set for Provo from 10am to noon; October 29 will see a culinary and fine arts exhibition with performing arts concert at the Victoria Public Library in Grand Turk and on October 31, Provo will host the finale event which is a cultural extravaganza. This is the second year the TCI marks National Heritage Month, which replaces Columbus Day or Discovery Day through an Act of Parliament. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp New Prison Supt & Officer of the Year Awarded Related Items:governor peter beckingham, national heritage month, national honors and awards More motor mishaps; PDM Leader calls for Govt attention to illegal jitneys, again
Where: 1554 N.E. Third Ave., Camas.Telephone: 360-833-8835, ext. 201On the Web:CID Bio-ScienceWhen a derelict building on the eastern edge of Camas showed fresh signs of life, neighbors stopped by to thank the new owners for restoring it.Over its lifetime, the historic structure on Third Avenue served many purposes. In its original incarnation, as American Legion Hall Post No. 27, it was a gathering place for those returned from war and service. Later, it was a roller rink and then a neon sign company. But more recently, it sat vacant and forlorn.CID Bio-Science bought the building in 2011, renovated it and moved in December 2012.“For years, neighbors saw the building in its rundown state,” said Suzy Truitt of CID Bio-Science. “We’ve brought it back to its original glory.”Leonard Felix, owner and president of CID Bio-Science, envisioned moving his business to its own building in Camas.“When Leonard walked into this building, he fell in love with the bones,” Truitt said. “Even though from the outside, the building was in bad shape, the bones were in fabulous shape.”Now restored, the building recently was listed on the Clark County Heritage Register. The nomination form describes it as a rustic Arts and Crafts structure designed in 1933 by notable architect Day Walter Hilborn. Construction of the 10,630-square-foot building was completed in 1935. Characteristic of Depression-era buildings, it’s utilitarian and lacks ornamentation.
The mole is stuck on Mars. NASA/JPL-Caltech NASA’s Mars InSight lander has been a star on the Red Planet. It touched down in November and has since snapped lovely landscapes, deployed a seismometer and unleashed a burrowing heat probe known as the “mole.” Everything was going great until the mole got stuck under the surface in February.NASA and the German Aerospace Center (DLR), whose engineers designed the heat probe (also known as the Heat and Physical Properties Package, or HP3), have come up with an initial plan to help crack the mystery of why the mole isn’t moving.NASA and DLR both issued updates on the project on Thursday. One big question is whether the mole hit a single rock or came up against a gravel layer. There’s also some concern the probe itself or its cable could be hung up on something inside the housing that’s supposed to protect it. InSight studies Mars NASA’s InSight Mars lander got stuck between a rock in a hard place NASA InSight lander catches a shadowy eclipse on Mars NASA InSight lander rocks its journey to Mars: A view in pictures NASA Space 1 22 Photos Share your voice Tags Comment Sci-Tech The mole works by hammering down into the ground to measure the heat coming from the interior of Mars. The InSight team now plans to conduct a hammering test lasting up to 15 minutes later this month. The lander’s seismometer will listen to the mole and hopefully pick up clues about what stopped its progress.InSight will also train its camera on the mole’s above-ground support structure to look for movement. The mole is designed to burrow down as far as 16 feet (5 meters), but only made it a matter of inches before stopping.If the InSight team can solve the puzzle of what’s hiding there under the surface of Mars, it may be able to revive the mole’s mission to explore the hidden inner life of the Red Planet.
The Anchorage School Board unanimously passed next year’s $784 million preliminary budget at their meeting Thursday night. It includes money for giving equal planning time to all middle school teachers and supplements the language immersion programs. But until the state legislature passes its budget, this one could still change.The School Board voted to redirect $2 million away from a technology upgrade fund in order to reinstate the middle school team planning time, including for elective teachers. Board member Bettye Davis said the middle school model works and needs to be followed.“I prefer that the money go toward the students rather than towards things at this time,” she told the board.The money pays for an additional 20 full-time middle school teachers. The administration says they will continue to collect data on the effectiveness of the middle school model.One hundred and fifty thousand dollars from the same technology fund will be used to hire teachers for primary school Chinese and French language immersion programs. In total, the preliminary budget adds in more than 60 new teaching positions.However, ASD’s final budget will depend on the state legislature. Governor Bill Walker has removed some one-time education funding from his budget. That could leave the district with a $12 million shortfall. Board member Pat Higgins says the budget is not yet final.“And I look forward to really addressing more issues later in late April, once the legislature gets out. That’s when we really finalize the budget. So for those who think this is it, it’s a long way from it.”The district is required by the municipal charter to submit a budget to the Anchorage Assembly for approval by the first Monday in March.Board member Kathleen Plunkett says this early deadline forces them to review the budget twice, which is inefficient. She’s looking to change the charter.
Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprnDownload AudioNumerous bills remain up in the air as legislators prepare for special sessionAndrew Kitchenman, KTOO – JuneauGovernor Bill Walker called the Legislature into a special session that begins Monday to finish the work lawmakers failed to complete during the 121-day session that ended Wednesday.Do Arctic villages need oil? Point Lay leaders say noLiz Ruskin, APRN – Washington D.C.If oil companies are ever going to return to drill for oil in federal waters of the Arctic, they will need leases. Senator Lisa Murkowski complained at a hearing in Washington this afternoon that the leasing plan the feds are considering is too limited. She bolstered her position by calling on an Arctic Slope mayor who testified that he and his neighbors need the industry. But other Arctic residents sat in the back of the hearing room, passionately opposed to off-shore drilling.Cruise ship towns concerned for financial future due to state budget proposalsEmily Files, KHNS – HainesThe Alaska Legislature failed to pass a budget Wednesday and will reconvene in special session next week. One proposal that was recently passed in conference committee and could come back in the special session has leaders in cruise ship port communities concerned. The measure would leave those towns without millions of dollars they normally receive from state head-tax revenues.Legislature passes bills for Alaska military projectsDan Bross, KUAC – FairbanksThe U.S. House and Senate have passed appropriations bills that include numerous Alaska military construction projects. A release from Representative Don Young’s office lists projects slated for 5 sites, including over $213 million at Eielson Air Force Base related to the planned basing of F-35 fighter jets. The F-35 projects include aircraft hangars, as well as field training, munitions storage, and missile maintenance facilities.Justice still sought a year after Kavairlook killingTim Bodony, KIYU – GalenaMay 17 marked the one-year anniversary of the shooting death of John Kavairlook Jr. outside of the Rock n Rodeo Bar in Fairbanks.Federal grant helps Newtok village relocate due to erosion of Ningliq RiverAnna Rose MacArthur, KYUK – BethelRelocation efforts continue for what many consider America’s first climate refugees. Newtok, a community of over 300 people in Southwest Alaska, has been eroding into the Ningliq River for decades. This week the village received an almost million-dollar federal grant to help with its move.Two schoolgirls win contest to name two new ferriesEd Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska – JuneauThe winners of Alaska’s “Name The New Ferry” contest didn’t know about it until they got a call from Gov. Bill Walker and Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott. Tuesday’s announcement revealed that one would be the Tazlina and the other the Hubbard.
A look at Firefox’s new about:config page by Martin Brinkmann on January 31, 2019 in Firefox – 99 commentsMozilla launched an initial version of a redesigned about:config page of the Firefox web browser in Firefox Nightly.The new page is built using web technologies, the old was based on XUL technology that Mozilla wants to remove completely from the browser.Note: the page is a work in progress. Things may change before the new page lands in Firefox Stable. It is unclear if Mozilla will make the change in Firefox 67 or newer versions of the browser. Interested users can follow development by pointing their browser to the Meta bug on Bugzilla.Firefox displays the warning again on first launch of the new interface even if the browser was set up to skip the warning.The new interface is blank by default. All that is displayed is a search field at the top and one of the iconic background images that Mozilla uses for internal Firefox pages.It is necessary to hit Esc or press the Enter key to display all preferences. The new web-technologies-based interface is not as compact as the old interface; and there are other changes.One major change, right now at the very least, is that it is no longer possible to interact with any preference by double-clicking on it.You may remember that you could double-click on any Boolean preference to toggle its value, and on any String or Integer value to display the edit prompt right away.This is no longer possible; Firefox users need to click on Edit or Toggle buttons to make these changes. Toggle changes the value of the Boolean value right away, Edit gives the ability to change the value of preferences using other data types.Some preferences have a reset or delete button attached to them. Reset changes the value of the preference to the default value, delete removes it from the browser. Delete appears to be available for preferences that were added by the user manually, only.Another change is that it is not possible to sort the listing anymore, at least not in this initial version. The old interface came with headers that you could click on to sort the listing accordingly, e.g. by modified preferences. Mozilla won’t add sorting options to the about:config page as it stands now.More problematic than that is that Mozilla won’t allow deep links to about:config pages anymore citing that it “might not be a good idea” or even “risky in some regard”, and that users should just copy and paste preference names in the search box instead.Closing WordsThe planned about:config page is in some regards less usable than the previous one. It lacks sorting, throws away deep linking support, and uses an interface that displays less preferences per page than before.Now you: what is your take on this redesigned about:config page?SummaryArticle NameA look at Firefox’s new about:config pageDescriptionMozilla launched an initial version of a redesigned about:config page of the Firefox web browser in Firefox Nightly.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
News | April 20, 2010 Hospital Hopes Financial IT Tool Will Drive Down Costs News | Radiology Business | August 01, 2019 Philips Completes Acquisition of Carestream Health’s HCIS Business … read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. 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Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 08, 2019 Half of Hospital Decision Makers Plan to Invest in AI by 2021 August 8, 2019 — A recent study conducted by Olive AI explores how hospital leaders are responding to the imperative read more April 21, 2010 – With the complexity of payer requirements for hospitals increasing as well as the risks associated with using aging technology platforms, more and more health care providers are turning to health IT-based solutions to better manage their critical revenue cycle processes. University Hospitals in Cleveland became the first academic medical center in the nation to go live on the enterprise-wide, web-based revenue cycle solution Siemens Healthcare’s Soarian Financials. The integrated enterprise revenue cycle solution is designed specifically to drive down costs and improve operational efficiencies by embedding patient access, a contract engine, an enterprisewide master person index (EMPI), a claims engine, and denial management into a comprehensive revenue cycle solution. According to University Hospitals officials, the large integrated health network, composed of six community hospitals and the 1,032-bed University Hospitals Case Medical Center, chose the Soarian Financials to help it establish an enterprise solution where patient information could flow from scheduling to registration to billing to collections in order to improve the patient experience and net revenue realization. The implementation is part of the health care provider’s overall strategy to leverage technology to better manage operations, build positive relationships with patients and physicians, and optimize financial and clinical results. Additionally, this live event completes University Hospitals’ migration of its hospital facilities to Soarian Financials and marks their sixth facility to deploy solutions from Siemens’ Soarian Health Information System portfolio. In conjunction with their Soarian Financials launch, University Hospitals also went live on Soarian Scheduling, which delivers a workflow-driven approach to health care providers’ patient scheduling and resource management. This tool helps manage the complexity of the scheduling process, book tighter schedules, and reduce delays and waste. For more information: www.siemens.com/healthcare FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Related Content Feature | Information Technology | July 31, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr How Smart Devices Can Improve Efficiency Innovation is trending toward improved efficiency — but not at the expense of patient safety, according to… read more
Image via Tourism & Events QueenslandTourism and Events Queensland (TEQ) has launched a range of new features on the This is Queensland app designed to increase the number of drive visitors who travel throughout Queensland each year.TEQ Chief Executive, Leanne Coddington, said drive visitors were an important market for many of Queensland’s destinations and the enhanced app assisted in promoting attractions, experiences and itineraries that would appeal to drive visitors.“In the year ending March 2015, 12.7 million drive visitors travelled throughout Queensland with 856,000 visitors making a trip of at least three stopovers and staying four nights,” Ms Coddington said.“The recent enhancements to the This is Queensland app make planning and sharing a Queensland drive holiday easier than ever before.”Ms Coddington said the added functionality meant users could search for drive itineraries across Queensland’s 13 destinations and tailor their trip to suit individual interests.“The app can be used while travelling to locate local accommodation, attractions and events,” she said.“It also features more holiday tips and suggestions from local tourism businesses to assist visitors in getting the most out of their Queensland drive holiday.“A list of more WiFi locations can be found in the app to help travellers stay connected and share their holiday experiences while on the road.”The This is Queensland app is available for free download from both the Apple Store (iPhone) and Google Play (Android), ranked number one for the search term ‘Queensland’. Click for more informationSource = Tourism and Events Queensland