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EHR and HIT News for April 21st

Today’s EHR and HIT news includes certification news from Orion Health as well as  Black Book Ranking news from Practice Velocity. Orion Health™ Patient Portal Achieves ONC HIT 2014 Edition Modular Certification from ICSA Labs Orion Health, a leading global, privately-held eHealth software organization, announced that the Orion Health Patient Portal (Patient Portal) v. 4.0 […]

Molecular Printing of Drug Molecules. Say What?

Here we have one of the oddest papers to appear in Drug Discovery Today, which is saying something. The journal has always ranged wider than some of the others in this space, but this is the furthest afield I've seen to date. The title...Show More Summary

Christie Campaign Has Spent More Than $300,000 in ‘Bridgegate’ Legal Fees

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s reelection campaign committee has racked up at least $314,000 in legal bills so far in representing itself in regards to the George Washington Bridge lane closure investigations. The governor's committee...Show More Summary

AT&T targets 100 cities for its fiber-based broadband service

AT&T is doubling down on fiber to the home (FTTH)-based service, announcing an initiative to expand its fiber network to up to 100 of what it calls candidate cities and municipalities nationwide, including 21 new major metropolitan areas.

Slice Literary & Gillian Flynn Get Booked

Here are some literary events to pencil in your calendar this week. To get your event posted on our calendar, visit our Facebook Your Literary Event page. Please post your event at least one week prior to its date. Slice Literary isShow More Summary

AR: Tribe Opts For Greener Fuel

The Cherokee Nation will replace more of its aging transit buses with four "greener" buses equipped to operate on compressed natural gas fuel, according to a tribe news release.

BLM vs. the Nevada Rancher

Chris Edwards The battle between Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) might be viewed as an overly aggressive federal bureaucracy enforcing misguided environmental regulations vs. an oppressed individual...Show More Summary

Here's How 'Fast & Furious 7' Is Using Technology To Replace Paul Walker With His Brothers

Universal Studios announced last week via Facebook that Paul Walker's brothers, Caleb and Cody, would be filling in missing "Fast & Furious 7" scenes in the late actor's last movie role. "We have resumed shooting and now welcome Paul’s brothers, Caleb and Cody, into our FAST family," read part of the statement. Show More Summary

Synthetic Motor Oils from Natural Gas Introduced

Pennzoil introduced synthetic motor oils formulated from natural gas, Pennzoil Platinum and Pennzoil Ultra Platinum, with PurePlus Technology. Pennzoil said PurePlus Technology is a patented process that converts pure natural gas into the first-of-its-kind, high quality full synthetic base oil. Show More Summary

Frisky Rabbits Steal the Spotlight on WBIR Morning Show

Knoxville, TN, NBC affiliate WBIR had some rabbits on its morning news set Friday to get people in the Easter mood. Instead it was the bunnies who got in the mood, the mood for some lovin’. “They can’t do that up here,” said anchor Russell...Show More Summary

General Mills Changes Policy After Internet Did Not 'Like' Its Plan To Remove Your Ability To Sue If You 'Liked' Its Facebook Page

2 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Following reports from last week about how cereal company General Mills had changed its privacy policy to preclude people from going to court if they so much as "liked" Cheerios on Twitter, the company has backtracked, changed its policy...Show More Summary

WHCD Party Invites – 2.0: The New Media Party

Now less than 2 weeks away, White House Correspondents madness is in full swing. Recently to our inboxes is an invite to StartUp RockOn’s 2.0: The New Media Party in celebration of the WHCD’s centennial. Founded by Event Farm and HyperVocal,...Show More Summary

Aereo Case Will Let Supreme Court Define the Future of TV

The Supreme Court will consider the future of television on Tuesday when it hears arguments about the legality of Aereo, an Internet-television service that uses tiny remote antennas to capture broadcast TV signals and redistributes them online. If the High Court says Aereo is legal it could usher in a......

Can Anyone Name A Programmer Still Getting Paid For Code He Wrote In 1962?

yesterdayIndustries / Law : Techdirt

So, we already wrote about the RIAA's big new legal attack on Pandora over royalties on pre-1972 sound recordings. The legal issues there are complex and convoluted, involving a mix of state common law along with federal copyright law. Show More Summary

‘Midnight Rider’ Investigation Handed Over To State For Examination

The investigation into the death of crew member Sarah Jones on the set of Midnight Rider was turned over this morning to the District Attorney’s office this morning in Georgia by the Wayne County Sheriff’s office, the local authority which has been investigating the 27 year-old crew member’s death. Show More Summary

Ex-Cop Killed Attacking Blogger's Hot Dog Cart

An anti-corruption blogger in Little Rock, Arkansas, may be in hot water after killing a man who set his hot dog cart on fire, Raw Story reports. Ean Bordeaux says he awoke early Friday morning to find his cart—which he runs for a living—in flames outside. He ran...

Mobilicity Agrees to Be Taken Over by Telus Again

After being under creditor protection since late September and unable to find a buyer, Mobilicity and its affiliates collectively agreed to accept Telus’ $350 million bid and have announced their hope that this transaction will get the government’s approval. This is the third time we have received news of a Telus bid for Mobilicity. It [...]

Largest solar array on US military installation to be developed

The U.S. Army announced Monday, plans to start development of a solar array that will provide about 25 percent of the annual installation electricity requirement of Fort Huachuca, Ariz. “This will be the largest solar array in the department of […]

Mohammed Pedro Whitaker held in KCMO highway shootings

So this dude by the name of Mohammed Pedro Whitaker was arrested the other day and he’s facing 18 counts related to at least nine incidents of shooting at other drivers from his car, according to CNN; Probable cause statements show police connected the shootings through.380 bullets found in the vehicles. Starting in early […]

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