Here’s what’s happening in EO Nashville’s world this week.
CIO, Computer World and Network World featured Medalogix [Dan Hogan] as one of six practical predictive analytics tools.
Medalogix was also featured in this month’s BC Advantage Magazine. Dan’s column was titled “Predictive Modeling is a Necessary Starting Point for BPCI Participating Providers.”
The Nashville Post mentioned Medalogix in its article titled “Tennessee hospitals coping with readmission reduction mandate.”
Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] wrote a blog post for Advance Web on fixing health care costs. Read his blog here. Alex’s regular column in The Tennessean also published Sunday. In this week’s column, Alex discussed the health care reform.
Fletcher Rowley [John Rowley] has been chosen as one of the ad agencies for AMC’s documentary/reality program The Pitch. Each episode features two ad agencies who pitch against each other for a national account. Advertising Age, The Tennessean and the Nashville Business Journal reported the news.
The Nashville Ledger recently wrote a story about the Southern Living Idea House and spotlighted Castle Homes [Alan Looney], who built the home.
bytes of knowledge [Julie and Charles May] were featured in the Nashville Ledger last week. The story focused on tech firms finding a home in Germantown. The story also mentioned Concept Technology [James Fields], whose office will be relocated to Germantown in the near future.
bytes of knowledge [Julie and Charles May] were also mentioned in the Nashville Post’s article titled “A foundation on which to build.”
The Nashville Post recently featured a story about Emma [Clint Smith]. In the article, Clint discussed the maturation of a Nashville tech darling and how his role has changed over the years.
National Storm Shelters [Jeff Turner] was featured in a Nashville Post story last week that highlighted local artisan manufacturers gaining traction with a niche approach. WJLA TV also mentioned National Storm Shelters in a article about Oklahoma donations.
National Storm Shelters was also featured in Brentwood Homepage this month.
InQuicker [Michael Brody-Waite] recently announced that its online waiting service has helped patients avoid more than 3M total wait time minutes that would have been spent in the hospital or urgent care waiting room. mHiMMS reported the news.
In his recent column in the Memphis Daily News, David Waddell [Waddell & Associates] discussed when being safe can actually be unsafe.
David’s column also ran in the Nashville Ledger.
Ben Hanback’s [The Hanback Group] guest column appeared in the Nashville Business Journal last week. In his column, Ben detailed the top five ways to boost work-week productivity. Ben’s column was part of an ongoing partnership between EO Nashville and the Nashville Business Journal. If you’re interested in getting involved and submitting a column, contact Erin Gagnon at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.