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James M. Sweeney Named Chairman and CEO of IntelliDOT

- Serial entrepreneur, pioneer in wireless healthcare, bedside patient safety solutions - SAN DIEGO, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- IntelliDOT Corporation, a leading provider of wireless handheld barcode point-of-care (BPOC) solutions to hospitals, today announced that James M. Sweeney has been ...

Actress and Mom Alison Sweeney Teams Up With the American Pharmacists Association to Help Fellow Allergy Sufferers Find Relief This Spring

- TV Host Explains How Talking to a Pharmacist Helped Her Manage Her Congestion so She Can Get Back to Her Busy Schedule - WASHINGTON, D.C., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Mom, actress and allergy sufferer Alison Sweeney knows first hand how symptoms like congestion can make juggling a bus...

SEIU RN Dian Palmer Calls on AFL-CIO Head John Sweeney to Review Video From Dearborn Protest, Retract Statement Accepting CNA Distortions

Unedited video footage from Labor Notes conference shows nonviolent protest by women and children, CNA claims of violence inaccurate and exaggerated WASHINGTON, April 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With raw video from the Labor Notes Conference in Dearborn, MI, showing a nonviolent protest ...

Mike Sweeney Named 2007 Hutch Award Winner

All-Star Kansas City Royal to visit Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in January SEATTLE, Nov. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Five-time All-Star Mike Sweeney will receive the 2007 Hutch Award(R), which is given annually to a Major League Baseball player who best exemplifi...

Teamwork, Technology, and Coordinated Care Improve Outcomes and Lower Costs

...nce. After two years, more patients -- 70 percent versus 60 percent -- had their blood pressure levels under control. AFL-CIO President John sweeney discussed the importance of improving care delivery through coordination as a component of health care reform. "The compelling thing about coordinated...

National Restaurant Association Backs Bipartisan Senate Agreement to Empower Consumers Nationwide With More Nutrition Information

... WASHINGTON, June 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National Restaurant Association today released the following statement from President and CEO Dawn sweeney about a bipartisan Senate agreement on a national nutrition information standard: "Today, Senators Tom Harkin (D-Iowa), Tom Carper (D-Del.) and L...

Nation's Largest RN Union Endorses Trumka to Lead Labor as President of AFL-CIO

...s. Rich Trumka is the type of labor leader that every worker would like to see at their bargaining table." DeMoro also thanked outgoing President sweeney "for his outstanding leadership, especially during the anti-union tenure of the Bush administration, the destruction it wreaked on American workers' e...

AIDS/LifeCycle 8 to Raise $10.5 Million to Fight AIDS

...ria and camp at Preisker Park, 2301 Preisker Lane. Thursday, June 4: Ride 67.7 miles to Lompoc and camp at River Park, sweeney Road & Highway 246. Friday, June 5: Ride 85.5 miles to Ventura and camp at San Buenaventura State Beach, 901 San P...

AIDS/LifeCycle 8 to Raise $10+ Million to Fight AIDS

...e 94.1 miles to Santa Maria and camp at Preisker Park, 2301 Preisker Lane. Thursday, June 4: Ride 67.7 miles to Lompoc and camp at River Park, sweeney Road & Highway 246. Friday, June 5: Ride 85.5 miles to Ventura and camp at San Buenaventura State Beach, 901 San Pedro Street. Sat...

maxIT Healthcare Partners with HCIC to Offer Stimulus Readiness Assessment

...n important factor in accelerating the implementations of EHR's," says Mike sweeney of maxIT Healthcare. "As this important initiative from the Federal governm...CA. www.rlhequity.com For more information, please contact Mike sweeney at mike.sweeney@maxithc.com " target="_new"> mike.sweeney@maxithc.com or...
Sweeney in Medical Technology

MedNet Solutions to Sponsor and Exhibit at the 2008 Advanced Medical Technology Association Conference in Washington, D.C.

...d to be a Sponsor of AdvaMed 2008." As an exhibitor and Sponsor of AdvaMed 2008, all conference attendees will have the opportunity to meet with Mr. sweeney and other MedNet team members in MedNet's booth (#400), and see firsthand MedNet's comprehensive, yet highly configurable web-based eClinical technolo...

Navigenics'(TM) Genome Analysis Used In Research Trial on the Impact of Providing Genetic Risk Assessments

... FOR MORE INFORMATION: Hal Mackins Feinstein Kean Healthcare Hal.mackins@fkhealth.com (415) 677-2747 (415) 994-0040 - mobile Brenna sweeney Navigenics bsweeney@navigenics.com (206) 999-4796 ...
Sweeney in Biological News

URI researcher sheds light on 'man-eating' squid; finds them timid, nonthreatening

...Research Institute was diving with the impressive animals. Other divers participating were Lloyd Trueblood of URI, Steve Haddock of MBARI, and Alison sweeney of the University of California, Santa Barbara. Seibel was surprised by the large number of squid he encountered, which made it easy to imagine ho...

URI researcher sheds light on 'man-eating' squid; finds them timid, non-threatening

...Research Institute was diving with the impressive animals. Other divers participating were Lloyd Trueblood of URI, Steve Haddock of MBARI, and Alison sweeney of the University of California, Santa Barbara. Seibel was surprised by the large number of squid he encountered, which made it easy to imagine ho...

IADR Wilmer Souder Award presented to University of Colorado professor

...sity of Colorado's Pinnacles of Inventorship Group New Inventor of the Year and the Department of Commerce Bronze Medal. Supported by the William T. sweeney Memorial Fund and the IADR Dental Materials Group, this is the oldest of the 16 IADR Distinguished Scientist Awards and consists of a monetary prize a...

Keeping chromosomes from cuddling up

...Science . Bosco is also a member of UA's BIO5 Institute. Hartl, Sarah J. sweeney and Peter J. Knepler, both at the UA, and Bosco published their paper, "Con...on in Drosophila Male Meiosis," in the October 2008 issue of PLoS Genetics. sweeney and Knepler were UA undergraduates when they conducted the research. The...

UC Davis researchers discover a key to aggressive breast cancer

... ability to be successful in promoting cancer." sweeney added that the study results could lead to new tre...ne-quarter to one-third of breast cancer cases. sweeney and colleagues began by studying mouse models of b...hough more work is needed to confirm this outcome. sweeney and her team are gathering more evidence to suppor...

Precourt Institute for Energy Efficiency awards first faculty research grants

... "This work is essential, because the most effective way to reduce climate change in the near-term is to reduce energy use by increasing efficiency," sweeney said. "Almost 90 percent of the fuels used today are fossil based," Weyant added. "New technologies will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions event...
Sweeney in Biological Technology

RFID expert says piecemeal approach won't work

...han the RFID industry you need a trusted source," sweeney said. Lab has three focuses The center will ...pefully, we won't see the Verizon guy ever again," sweeney joked. Rules for successful RFID implementation Instead, sweeney laid out three key rules for successful RFID imple...
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