Tag Archives: American Heart Association

CAE healthcare business taps WorldPoint to distribute clinical training product

CAE‘s healthcare business has selected WorldPoint for the distribution of a medical simulation product to U.S. training centers. The clinical skills manikin and related simulation-based curriculum of CAE Healthcare‘s CAE Juno will be offered by WorldPoint through a distribution agreement, CAE said Wednesday. WorldPoint operates distribution centers in North America, …

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Executive Spotlight: An Interview With Wayne Lucernoni, President of ASRC Federal’s Information Systems and Technology Group

ExecutiveBiz recently spoke with Wayne Lucernoni about joining ASRC Federal and where he sees the company heading. “I am a firm believer that an organizational culture that emphasizes teamwork, ethics and community involvement not only creates a great place to work, but also enables success.” ExecutiveBiz: Congratulations on your new …

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Smartphone App Takes a Walk

Get out your walking shoes. Today is National Start! Walking Day. To get you started on the path to better health, the American Heart Association launched a smartphone app to help you find a safe and close walking path. GPS-enabled Android smartphones can download the free Walking Paths app. Users …

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CGI Honors Doctors at Heart Ball

Heart-felt thanks and appreciations were extended at last month’s American Heart Association’s Heart Ball. The 13th annual soiree marked the end of American Heart Month, and helped the American Heart Association raise $910,000 to support cardiovascular research and programs. Heart disease remains the No. 1 cause of death in the …

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CGI Wins Healthcare App Challenge

CGI Federal Inc. announced today Health 2.0 selected the firm as the 2010 winner of its Challenge for Consumer Apps to Visualize Heath Care Quality Measures. The challenge, supported by the Department of Health and Human Services, seeks applications that assist patients in making smarter healthcare decisions. “The need for …

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