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Mayoral candidate Jorge Elorza has proposed a citywide fiber-optic network capable of delivering Internet speeds up to 100 times faster than the current network. more
Gerald J. Bronkhorst, 45, of Suamico, Wis., trains students from six high schools in northeast Wisconsin in an advanced-manufacturing mobile lab – a model Rhode Island educators are considering emulating. more
It’s 2014 and in hospitals across the country, doctors are still using pagers.While the rest of the world has moved on to mobile phones with messaging apps and data sharing through social media, many hospitals still require on-call employees to walk around with technology from the 1990s. more
Amazing Charts 7.0, the latest release by electronic health record developer that last month was certified as a 2014 Complete EHR, has achieved an overall score of 82 on the System Usability Scale administered by the Drummond Group’s EHR Office of the National Coordinator. more
Brave River Solutions on Monday announced the launch of a software application developed on behalf of Cumberland Licensing Corp., a nationally recognized licensing company serving the insurance industry. more
Astro-Med Inc., maker of specialty printers and data-acquisition systems, announced the appointment last week of Stephen J. Russo as the company’s director of operational excellence. more
Co-founder and CEO of Splitwise discusses the Betaspring alum’s expense-sharing app, named one of the 50 Best iPhone Apps of 2013. more
Providence-based Care Thread says it has a secure way for surgeons and nurses to coordinate patient care on their phones and through social media, instead of outdated pagers. “We are a secure social network, connecting the care team to each other, so they can … bring the patient into the conversation,” said company President Nick Adams, above left. The company has developed a mobile health-records app that can be used to immediately notify doctors when a patient is admitted or discharged. Also pictured is Chief Technology Officer Andrew Shearer. more
The AS220 maker space in Providence won a contest hosted by Chicago-based Inventables to receive a free 3-D carving machine, a new technology that like 3-D printing is “revolutionizing the way physical objects are designed and manufactured.” more
Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee last week unveiled the R.I. Office of Management and Budget’s new online “suggestion box” for Rhode Island small businesses interested in contributing to the state’s regulatory reform process. more
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