About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man City whiz Sane: Sterling in career best formby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester City whiz Leroy Sane says Raheem Sterling must be close to career best form.Sterling already has nine Premier League goals and six assists to his name this season and signed a new deal in November to keep him at the club until 2023.Sane said, “Of course, it’s always important if you have good people around you – good friends. You can trust them also and obviously, it’s very important for our team.“He’s scored a lot of goals and helps us a lot in every way and he’s just a really good guy – a humble guy.”He is also really hungry and motivated to improve in his own game – to achieve something: his own targets.“This is what it’s like to push him to get better and if it goes like this every year, I think soon he can also be one of the best players.”
Twenty-four Nova Scotian artists and craftspeople had their work added to the Nova Scotia Art Bank collection today, April 16, at a ceremony at the Mary E. Black Gallery in Halifax. “The creativity of our artists enriches Nova Scotia and makes it a more vibrant place to live and work,” said Kelliann Dean, Deputy Minister of Tourism, Culture and Heritage. “The Art Bank Purchase Program celebrates artistic excellence, preserves a history of art-making and showcases our best local artists.” Established in 1975, the Nova Scotia Art Bank Purchase Program supports the careers of local artists. Artwork is selected by an independent jury and displayed in government offices throughout the province, and in special gallery exhibitions across the country. Today, the collection consists of about 1,800 pieces. The newly purchased work will be on public display at the Mary E. Black Gallery, 1061 Marginal Rd., Halifax, from April 17 to 27. Applications for the 2008 Art Bank Purchase Program will be accepted until Nov. 15. For more information, visit the department’s website at: www.gov.ns.ca/dtc/culture/culture_funding.asp.
VANCOUVER – The stigma associated with mental illness has been decreasing but there’s still a long way to go, according to a mental health and addictions expert.“We have noticed stigma, overall, has gone down in the past five-to-10 years, and certainly more so in the past two-to-five years, with increased communication, conversations and normalizing the talk around mental illness,” said Dr. Katy Kamkar, a clinical psychologist with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Vancouver.“That is encouraging people to come forward and seek support and help but, nevertheless, we also know that people continue to suffer in silence and that stigma remains very prevalent.”Dr. Kamkar suggests stigma can come in different forms; from others and from within.“Personal stigma refers to one’s perception of mental illness in general or of others suffering from mental illness. There is also self-stigma, which can be very, very disabling,” she said. “That’s when we start appraising ourselves — our thoughts, our emotions — in relation to mental illness and start internalizing other people’s attitudes toward ourselves.”That can result, Kamkar says, in negative self-talk and self-labelling.Workplace stigma can also be an issue, including whether or not an organization provides the support and resources needed for employees who are struggling.As we mark Mental Health Week, Dr. Kamkar says it is important for everyone to be educated about mental health issues.“It’s about building our own awareness so that, of course, when we recognize the signs and symptoms within ourselves that we seek help and support. But we also want to build understanding in general so that if we know someone is suffering, we are better able to listen, to accept, and to help in any way we can.”As people have become more open about mental illness, Kamkar says young people especially are more apt to have conversations about it.“We have seen that youth mental health is a top priority and we know that youth — especially between the ages of 15 and 24 — report the highest level of mental health problems in addition to addiction.”She points out suicide is the second leading cause of death among youth and adolescents, so it is vital to let people know where to go when they need help.“You need access to care, resources, and expertise. We know that psychological treatment — especially evidence-based cognitive behavioural therapy — has been found to be very effective for anxiety and depression.”But, she adds, help often starts with an empathetic ear.“Of course the context matters, but it is important to know the power of listening. Sometimes we might know what to say or what to do, but just listening and being there for the person is very, very powerful,” Kamkar said.“Leave the door open so the person is able to make a choice, but let them know there is a supportive person there for them.”-With files from Amanda Wawryk
The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, the nation’s leading advocate for family literacy, announced its newest campaign: “Share the Love of Reading.”This innovative effort encourages visitors to send a personalized card recommending their favorite books to family and friends through the www.helpthemread.org website.“I’m going to share with my mom (former First Lady Barbara Bush), that I’m currently reading Cell by Robin Cook,” said Doro Bush Koch, honorary chairman of the Barbara Bush Foundation. “I’m half-way through the book, and am glad I need the light on to read.”The Pew Research Center reported last year that nearly a quarter of American adults had not read a single book in the past year, which includes paperbacks, online or audiobooks. To encourage reading, the Foundation designed a campaign to promote literacy as an important value that provides a fun way for teachers, parents and bibliophiles to share their love of reading. Individuals can share the books they love via a digital card or a postcard, both offered free through the website.“Sharing the love of reading is something that we don’t always do, even though it may be one of our favorite activities,” said President and CEO Liza McFadden. “We hope everyone, including teachers and parents, will take this opportunity to share their love for a book. It’s a fun way to remind someone that you’re thinking of them, and we appreciate the opportunity to remind everyone about the importance of literacy.”Here’s what others are saying about the Share the Love of Reading campaign:“I have just finished reading I am Malala by Malala Yousafzai with Christina Lamb. This is a must-read book for ages sixth grade and beyond. In the story, we are reminded that one voice can make a difference, and we must not take for granted our education, as there are many who have no access to education.” – Michelle Staubach Grimes.“There are two kinds of reading I love most. The first one is by far the greatest experience – and that is reading with my kids because we are able to experience the story together. The second involves reading non-fiction biographies that tell a story about someone’s adversity and how they overcome obstacles.” – Pamela Shriver, American former tennis professional and ESPN commentator.“I keep a closet full of newly discovered books so I’m never empty-handed when the opportunity arises to learn and to share. As a teacher, parent, and grandparent, books have been the means to explore feelings, learn information, stimulate imagination, and understand the world. A love of reading is one of the greatest gifts we can give each new generation. The curiosity reading cultivates is essential to our forward momentum as a society.” – Barbara Cambridge, Interim Executive Director, National Council of Teachers of English.“I’m currently reading two compelling books, Integrity by Henry Cloud and Zero to One by Peter Theil. These books share riveting insights that are relevant to anyone, and I’ve been sharing them with my family and closest friends. Most avid readers love to share books, so I’m thrilled to support the Share the Love of Reading campaign.” – Errol St. Clair Smith, Executive Director, Academy of Education Arts and Sciences.“I would recommend My First Books by BabyFirst, which offer age appropriate digital books for children up to four years. This virtual library helps develop the love for reading at a very young age and is a fun activity for parents and children.” – Sharon Rechter, Co-Founder and Principal, BabyFirst.Source:BarbaraBush.org
Rabat – FC Chelsea manager, Jose Morinho, denied reports that his days at Stamford Bridge are numbered, saying he has no intention to quit the club under ‘any circumstance’ despite what he describes as the worst start a team of his has ever had to a season.Despite his club’s stuttering beginning of the Premier League – one win in four matches -, Morniho is adamnt he is in for long haul at Stamford Bridge, according to the Daily Star.“I don’t want to leave the club, in any circumstances. And the club doesn’t want me to leave, ” Morinho said. “The club is not going to sack me. Full stop.”Multiple British media reports claimed that Morinho’s relationship with Chelsea’s hierarchy has deteriorated after the coach’s row with medical staff and his dissatisfaction with Chelsea board’s efforts during the summer transfer window.British media even speculated that the Blues boss could repeat his 2007 departure from Chelsea after a disagreement with the Stamford Bridge hierarchy.Meanwhile, Morniho put an end to these speculations, emphasizing that this time around things are different than in 2007.“Why is it different from 2007? Do people think, if myself and Mr. Abramovich collided, I would be back three years later?,” Morinho said.“Just because I left it does not mean we collided. Right now we have one problem. We are not getting the results we expect to get.”“I have never had a start like this – four matches and just four points. I’m not happy – and I’m happy that I’m not happy,” Morinho concluded.
A Brantford man who quickly confessed to trying to lure a Norfolk child into sexual behaviour over the internet caught several breaks when his case was heard in Simcoe’s Ontario Court recently.Matthew J. Monahan, 23, admitted he engaged in four days of sexual conversations with a 14-year-old, including sending her a video of him masturbating and encouraging her to send him nude photos.And, to the concern of Justice Colette Good, Monahan repeatedly pushed to meet the girl so they could “kiss, cuddle and date”, which the judge characterized as “grooming” behaviour.But several circumstances stopped Good from imposing a much longer sentence than the four months of jail Monahan finally was ordered to serve.Good noted that Monahan was immediately cooperative with police when he was arrested, gave a full confession and later wrote a letter of apology to his victim.For a full year before his sentencing, Monahan did his utmost to get the matter dealt with but – due to illnesses, a death in someone’s family and various discussions between the lawyers – his matter faced another eight court appearances where he and his family turned up, uncertain about whether Monahan would be taken into custody.“I’m sure each time he presented himself to the court has been significantly stressful to him,” said Good, noting that Monahan would have served his time and put the matter behind him if he had been allowed to proceed immediately as he wished.“He’s never been to jail before and will be going in as a sexual predator.” said Good, “and his time in jail is not going to be pleasant. He’s going to be at the bottom of the food chain as far as other offenders are concerned”In addition, while the government has called for stiffer sentences on child luring, the Ontario Court of Appeal recently struck down a one-year mandatory minimum sentence for a first offence.“Sentencing ranges are only a portrait and not a straightjacket that binds the court,” said Good. “I have to weigh the features of each case.”Along with Monahan’s swift acceptance of responsibility, Good noted that he was heavily abusing drugs at the time of the incident and said that behaviour never would have happened if he had been sober.She also noted that Monahan didn’t grow up learning about healthy and consensual relationship boundaries and said he was willing to take sex offender treatment.On the other hand, Good said, Monahan was dealing with a real victim, even though she was a willing participant in the conversations.“He was 21 and she was 14. He knew she was 14 and nonetheless persisted.”Good said Monahan sent a picture of his penis to the girl and pushed her to send photos to him. She eventually sent a picture of herself wearing only a bra.The conversations stopped when the girl’s mother discovered what was going on and phoned the police.Assistant Crown attorney Gracie Romano asked Good to consider four to six months of jail time for Monahan and his defence lawyer, Shawn Swarts, who hoped for a conditional sentence until realizing it wasn’t allowed by law, asked the judge for leniency.Good agreed, saying she normally would have imposed a six-month sentence but, due to it being Monahan’s first offence and the fact that there was a significant delay not of his making, opted for four months.When released, Monahan will have a three-year probation and be under a 10-year order where he can’t use a computer to communicate with anyone under 16.“If you breach this order, you’ll almost certainly go to jail for a long time,” warned Good.Monahan will be on the sexual offenders list for the rest of his life.SGamble@postmedia.com
After releasing over four years ago in 2009, Minecraft continues to be an enormous success. The popularity of the game propelled its creator, Markus Persson, into the gaming limelight. The profit generated from the game allowed Persson, perhaps more famously known as Notch, to bolster his game development studio, Mojang, into more than a one-person job. Now, the studio has another successful game in open beta, Scrolls, a digital TCG played on a grid. Notch, though, didn’t work much on Scrolls, as he was focused more on a game titled 0x10c, a space game that may have MMO elements. We haven’t gotten to see much of the game, and now it looks like we may never see anything else, as Notch has shelved the game indefinitely.Redditor Nouht was speaking to Notch in a Team Fortress 2 livestream, when the Minecraft creator said that he has no future aspirations for 0x10c, and that he will instead continue working on smaller games for the rest of his life. He did say that if someone else at the Mojang office wanted to pick up where he left off, that would be fine.Back in April, Notch did say that the game was “on ice” until he could bypass some creative blocks. He cited the main problem as it not being very fun to play — certainly an important aspect of a game. With Notch’s comments in the livestream, though, it would seem the development on the game has moved from “on ice” to “canceled.”The game might live life in the hands of the community, though, as 0x10c subreddit users have banded together in order to keep development trucking along. They’d be building the engine from scratch, and Notch didn’t really shed too many details about the game, so the subreddit subscribers would more or less be developing their own space game. Notch’s vision of 0x10c will likely never come to pass.
“Marvel’s The Punisher will not return for a third season on Netflix. In addition, in reviewing our Marvel programming, we have decided that the upcoming third season will also be the final season for Marvel’s Jessica Jones,” Netflix told Deadline in a statement. “We are grateful to Marvel for five years of our fruitful partnership and thank the passionate fans who have followed these series from the beginning.”Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones) and Jon Bernthal (Frank Castle) also posted touching photos on social media to confirm the sad news. Both actors expressed how they’re incredibly grateful for their production teams and the Marvel characters that they played in the series. Despite this disappointing announcement, there’s still time to catch up on both Marvel series: You can stream Jessica Jones and The Punisher on Netflix. Plus, you can stream other Marvel shows, such as Iron Fist, on the streaming service if you still need your superhero binge-watching fix.More on Geek.com:New ‘Transformers’ Animated Origins Is Coming to Netflix in 2020‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Sequel Is Reportedly Coming to AMC and NetflixMeet the Cast of Netflix’s ‘Jupiter’s Legacy’ Superhero Series Netflix is saying goodbye to two major Marvel series: The streaming service just announced that it’s canceling Jessica Jones and The Punisher after their last seasons.On Monday, Netflix told Deadline that there will be no Season 3 for The Punisher and that the completed third season of Jessica Jones will still air, however, there will be no Season 4 for the superhero series. Netflix didn’t disclose why it’s ending both series, however, these cancellations will terminate the five-year relationship between Marvel and the streaming giant. What to Stream on Netflix This WeekendZach Galifianakis Hits the Road in ‘Between Two Ferns: The Movie’ Trailer Stay on target
Vadim Vasilyev, Vice President of AS Monaco, has urged the team to step up their game after the draw 2-2 against Dijon.Thierry Henry’s men could only manage a draw which means he is still waiting for a win in a competitive game as the manager of AS Monaco.“It is not enough. Especially what I saw in the first 60 minutes. We are in danger. It is not because the club is called AS Monaco that we will get out of this situation. It is by the awareness of the seriousness of this situation, individual but also collective, and a reaction is needed, by the work and by the state of mind.”Top 5 Ligue 1 players to watch throughout next weekend Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 11, 2019 With the international activity cooling down for the next month, we go back to the Top 5 players to watch in Ligue 1 next…“I am aware of the situation he told the club website. We work in good conditions.“We are all very well paid and we are all here because we want to move this club forward. I ask everyone, not just the players present tonight, but the whole group to be aware of the seriousness of the situation and make every effort to improve.”“We will rely on players who have the desire and pride to wear the colors of the Red and White. This is not our place, we have no excuses. This club deserves a lot better and it is our duty to improve for the club. “
The farmers of the American Soybean Association (ASA) congratulated conferees from the House and Senate as the final version of the much-anticipated farm bill was filed with the House clerk tonight and awaits action on the floor as soon as Wednesday.ASA supports the bill, which provides for multiple soybean farmer priorities, most notably a flexible farm safety net that includes a choice between price-based and revenue-based risk management tools and maintains the decoupling of payments under both programs from current planted acreage.“This has been a trying process to be sure, but we think that through it all, the conferees and their leadership have produced a framework that will serve the best interests of soybean farmers,” said Ray Gaesser, ASA President and farmer from Corning, Iowa. “Chairwoman Stabenow, Chairman Lucas and Ranking Members Cochran and Peterson deserve great credit and our sincere thanks for pushing this bill to the finish line. We are grateful for that hard work and perseverance, and we call on the House and the Senate to vote “yes” and bring the process to a conclusion.”The bill includes a choice between an ASA-supported revenue program that covers both price and yield losses with county and farm level options, and a price support program which allows the optional purchase of insurance coverage under a Supplemental Coverage Option (SCO). The bill also eliminates controversial Direct Payments while maintaining decoupled farm support programs that will minimize the possibility of planting and production distortions that could trigger new WTO challenges. The language in Title 1 allows producers to choose between maintaining existing crop acreage base or reallocating their current base acreage to reflect average acres planted to covered commodities in 2009-2012.“The bill establishes practical risk management programs that will protect us in difficult times. That’s been our top priority from day one,” said Gaesser. “But beyond that, we support this bill because it strengthens crop insurance; includes a streamlining and optimizing of conservation programs; funds critical energy and agricultural research initiatives; and invests in the trade development programs that are so critical to the soybean industry.”On crop insurance, the bill makes enterprise units permanent, allows growers to purchase enterprise unit coverage for both irrigated and dryland crops, authorizes a new Supplemental Coverage Option (SCO), and will help to strengthen the next generation of agriculture by providing a 10 percent increase in premium support to beginning farmers and ranchers.“Make no mistake, this bill represents a reform to the farm program,” added Gaesser. “It will make the programs on which we depend more relevant and more defensible, but it will also prevent those programs from distorting planting decisions and potentially impacting the marketplace.”The bill also secures several other ASA priorities, including agricultural research programs like the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) and the new Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR); the export promotion work done by the Foreign Market Development (FMD) and Market Access Program (MAP) on which soybeans depend as the nation’s top farm export; and key energy programs, including the Biodiesel Education Program and a strengthened Biobased Markets Program. Additionally, the bill consolidates 23 previous conservation programs into 13, while focusing conservation efforts on working lands.“In addition to the bill’s victories for soybean farmers, it is important to note what the bill does for the country as a whole,” said Gaesser. “The bill still provides for those in need of food assistance by preserving the decades-old balance and partnership between farm and nutrition programs that has seen farm legislation through in years past. The bill also addresses our nation’s budgetary issues by cutting $24 billion over ten years, making agriculture the only industry sector that has come together despite its differences and contributed to deficit reduction.“The bill is a compromise,” Gaesser added. “It ensures the continued success of American agriculture, and we encourage both the House and the Senate to pass it quickly.”The bill now awaits action by the full House, which could come as soon as Wednesday.
As Southwest Washington property values continue to tank, Fort Vancouver Regional Library District leaders are poised to adopt $1.25 million in spending cutbacks in the system’s 2012-13 budget.District officials are preparing to lay off employees at library branches and the district headquarters, scale back professional services and capital improvements and permanently retire the Clark County Bookmobile.What they won’t do: Trim library branch service days or hours, just months after they were restored with aid of a property tax levy lid lift approved by voters last year.That tax measure followed a round of service reductions made in early 2009.Anticipated property tax revenue in the four-county district — which supplies about 95 percent of library funding — is just shy of $21 million for the 2011-12 budget cycle.For the 2012-13 cycle, estimated property tax revenue is $19.1 million: a decline of about 9 percent.Falling property values have pushed the library tax rate to its maximum 50 cents per $1,000 limit allowed by Washington state law.Any further drop in total assessed property directly slices FVRL’s property tax funding (unlike locally approved school operating levies, where tax rates are not capped).
Kakinada: Technical Education plays a vital role in human resource development of the country by creating skilled manpower, enhancing industrial productivity and improving the quality of life, stated AP Governor and JNTU-K Chancellor Biswabushan Harichandan. The Governor participated in the 7th convocation of JNTU-K at university campus here on Saturday and said that technical education is instrumental in making remarkable contribution to economic growth of the developing countries. Also Read – Fit India rally held in Vijayawada Advertise With Us This is the way of producing human resources matching to the needs of the Industry; to produce fully skilled manpower and knowledgeable technocrats. In the present era of science and technology, this development is the need of the hour, he said. In this connection Governor expressed happiness to be the Chancellor of this reputed university that produced many alumni who have made the University recognised at both nationally and internationally. Also Read – PV Sindhu visits Tirumala temple Advertise With Us Advising the young graduates, Governor said that some of the young graduates passing through the University may be exploring the options of going for higher studies; some of them may look for jobs in their respective fields of education, while some others may want to become entrepreneurs. In this connection,Governor reminded various activities taken up by Government of India, such as ‘Make in India’, ‘Start-up India’, ‘Skill India’, ‘Digital India’ etc. with an aim to make our country number one globally. Advertise With Us Speaking on the occasion chief guest B Prasada Rao former C and MD of BHEL and alumni of JNTU advised the student community to reach their goals with dedication and determination. The chief guest was conferred with honorary doctorate by Governor Biwa Bashan Harichandan. JNTU-K Vice-Chancellor Prof. M Ramalinga Raju disclosed various aspects that took place in developing the university by providing quality education. Earlier on his arrival the Governor was extended warm welcome by people’s representatives and officials including District Collector D Muralidhar Reddy and SP Adnan Nayeem Asmi.
IT software services company Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) said on Wednesday that it sees digital vertical revenues to touch $5 billion in the next few years. ReutersTCS added 1,500 experienced IT professionals, with core digital skills, during the current fiscal. The lateral hiring includes data scientists and professionals with domain knowledge in design visualisation, user experience and the ‘Internet of Things’, PTI reported.India’s second largest listed employer recorded gross employee addition of 16,561 with total headcount touching 3.18 lakh employees.The company’s CEO and MD N.Chandrasekaran declined to discuss segment revenues, while noting customers ramping up in the digital space, with deal sizes increasing.”We are seeing adoption of digital by every company, across every industry, in every market. The size of deals is increasing from a few hundred thousand dollars to about a million dollars,” said Chandrasekaran. A company spokesperson remarked digital to be the default for business across the globe, with companies across sectors, investing in it. TCS scrip ended Wednesday at ₹2,533.40, up ₹31.35, or 1.25% from its previous close.
Logo of Anti Corruption Commission. File photoThe Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on Sunday filed a case against former secretary ATM Sarwar Hossain and his wife Nazma Akhter for allegedly amassing huge wealth illegally, reports UNB.ACC deputy director Manjur Joynal Abedin filed the case with Dhaka-1 coordinated district office under the Anti-Corruption Commission Act-2004 and Money Laundering Prevention Act-2012, said spokesman of the national anti-graft body Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya.He said the couple in collusion with each other amassed wealth worth Tk 58.4 million beyond known sources of income through taking bribe and corruption, and laundered the money.Sarwar Hossain, former fisheries and livestock secretary, also served as a member of the National Board Revenue.
Share On Friday’s edition of Houston Matters: In the days following Harvey, the American Red Cross set up more than 200 shelters across Texas for thousands of evacuees. The organization has also orchestrated relief efforts in the Greater Houston region. We learn more about the Red Cross response to Harvey from David Brady, CEO of the American Red Cross of the Texas Gulf Coast.Also this hour: We turn to our rotating panel of “non-experts” to parse The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly of the week’s news. And Houston-based writer Rodrigo Hasbún, talks about his novel Affections.We offer a free daily, downloadable podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and various other podcasting apps.
Listen 00:00 /50:44 X To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: On Tuesday’s Houston Matters: We learn about the role Texas plays as the focal point of the wind industry in connection with the 2018 U.S. Wind Industry Annual Market Report out today.Also this hour: Writer, teacher, and artist Ariel Burger discusses what he learned about life and faith from working alongside Holocaust survivor and Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel.Plus, former Alief Taylor High School student and NFL tight end Martellus Bennett talks about starting his storytelling studio, The Imagination Agency, and how violent incidents against black men inspired him to write his book, Dear Black Boy.And Project Row Houses co-founder Rick Lowe has been named the 2019 State 3D Artist by the Texas Commission on the Arts. We revisit producer Michael Hagerty’s 2018 conversation on how the project has affected the Third Ward and how it’s expanded over the years.We offer a daily podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and other podcasting apps. This article is part of the Houston Matters podcast Share
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News | Enterprise Imaging | July 29, 2019 Philips Announces 10-year Enterprise Informatics Agreement With Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nancy Philips and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est… read more June 30, 2014 — The Web-based Marz Universal Viewer gives medical providers easy, unlimited access to imaging and patient data in many different formats, including DICOM (digital imaging and communications in medicine), and non-DICOM. With the Marz vendor neutral archive (VNA), patient data is accessible remotely through a Web browser or an image enabled EMR (electronic medical records). In its latest release, Version 8.2, the viewer has been improved with several features such as touch screen gestures, pen annotations and a magnifying glass. These additions allow for more accurate and complete readings performed on a mobile device. Further enhancements to the Web browser include lab comparisons, automatic cine and the RapidView algorithm. RapidView sets the Marz Universal Viewer apart from the market by loading images faster and more efficiently over the Web, improving usability and increasing the efficiency of physicians and radiologists reading or viewing remotely.Marz Universal Viewer 8.2 also provides automatic comparison studies on the radiology tab, improved functionality with the upload feature, higher security on information transfers, HLT capability and Patient CD import from the universal viewer. In addition to these new enhancements, the Marz Universal Viewer compiles and stores data by patient, creating a patient-centric listing of clinical content that can then be sorted by originating modality or imaging specialty. The patient browser provides a complete patient picture from a single access point allowing referring and specialty physicians alike immediate access to both DICOM and non-DICOM data for enhanced clinical collaboration.For more information: www.novarad.net FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Remote Viewing Systems | July 16, 2019 Anatomage Releases Anatomage Cloud Platform Anatomage Inc. released an update to the Anatomage Cloud platform that allows medical and dental professionals to… read more Related Content 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 Building the Right Team for Success in the Consolidated Enterprise – Part 2Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:52Loaded: 1.65%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:52 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Videos | Enterprise Imaging | July 08, 2019 VIDEO: Building the Right Team for Enterprise Imaging Success — Part 1 ITN Associate Editor Jeff Zagoudis speaks with Don Dennison read more Videos | Enterprise Imaging | July 09, 2019 VIDEO: Building the Right Team for Enterprise Imaging Success — Part 2 ITN Associate Editor Jeff Zagoudis speaks with Don Dennison read more News | PACS | July 02, 2019 Laurel Bridge and 3M M*Modal Partner to Improve DICOM Structured Reporting July 2, 2019 — Laurel Bridge Software announced an expanded relationship with 3M M*Modal, a provider of clinical docu read more Technology | June 30, 2014 Marz Universal Viewer Enhances Medical Image Access With Release 8.2 Technology | Enterprise Imaging | July 05, 2019 Hyland Healthcare Adds ImageNext Imaging Workflow Optimizer to Enterprise Imaging Suite Hyland Healthcare is launching ImageNext, a vendor-neutral imaging workflow optimizer that combines intelligent imaging… read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | July 02, 2019 Konica Minolta Healthcare Partners With DiA Imaging Analysis for AI-based Cardiac Ultrasound Analysis DiA Imaging Analysis has partnered with Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Inc. to expand analysis capabilities of… read more
The “”Federal Reserve””:http://www.federalreserve.gov announced it paid a record $88.9 billion to Treasury in 2012. [IMAGE] [COLUMN_BREAK]In 2011, the Fed distributed $75.4 billion to Treasury. The previous record amount was for $79.3 billion in 2010, according to the Fed. The earnings are from Fed programs that were introduced to stimulate the economy and involve the purchase of billions in mortgage-backed securities (MBS) each month to keep interest rates down. Currently, the Fed “”buys $40 billion””:http://www.dsnews.com/articles/fomc-adopts-familiar-looking-stimulus-plan-2012-09-13 in MBS each month and $45 billion in Treasury purchases. Out of the estimated net income of $91 billion for 2012, the Fed reported $80.5 billion came from interest income on purchased securities, such as Treasury securities and GSE mortgage-backed securities (MBS). As a policy, residual earnings of Fed banks go to Treasury after certain costs are provided such as operations. in Government Share Fed Reports $88.9B Paid to Treasury in 2012 Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Federal Reserve Investors Lenders & Servicers Mortgage-Backed Securities Service Providers Treasury Department 2013-01-11 Esther Cho January 11, 2013 476 Views
Rushmore Loan Management to Open Puerto Rico Branch in Headlines, News, Servicing Company News Rushmore Loan Management Services 2014-09-02 Tory Barringer Rushmore Loan Management Services LLC, a national residential mortgage servicer, is extending its reach into Puerto Rico with the addition of a new branch in San Juan.According to Rushmore CEO Terry Smith, the company plans to immediately start servicing approximately 4,000 residential loans and REO when the new branch opens at the start of November.”Rushmore believes that servicing local residential loans in Puerto Rico with local staff is the right strategy for the company and our Puerto Rican borrowers,” Smith said. “Investing in local talent and growing our operation on the island supports our commitment to continued investments in the Puerto Rican marketplace.”According to a release, Rushmore plans to hire 50–60 new employees for the San Juan office and has already begun hiring.”We plan to grow the Puerto Rico branch alongside our Dallas and Irvine offices by acquiring additional mortgage portfolios, onboarding new sub-servicing residential loan pools and purchasing mortgage servicing rights (MSRs),” Smith said. September 2, 2014 573 Views Share