ResMed to Acquire HEALTHCAREfirst, a Cloud-based Software and Services Provider for Home Health and Hospice Agencies
ResMed (NYSE:RMD, ASX:RMD), a global leader in connected healthcare solutions, today announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately held HEALTHCAREfirst, a provider of software solutions and services for home health and hospice agencies.
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Difference Maker Chelsey Bode Finds Office Technology Space to be a Greener Pasture
Bode, who is now president of Springfield, MO-based Pearson-Kelly Technology quickly became enamored with helping clients construct their technology blueprints, and is equally enthusiastic about helping Pearson-Kelly employees learn and grow their own roles within the organization.
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1.5 million Missouri Facebook users’ information possibly exposed to Cambridge Analytica
Facebook users concerned about whether their information was shared with Cambridge Analytica can check by using a tool on the social media website.
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World Wide Technology Recognized as No. 2 in St Louis Business Journal Top 150+ 2018
World Wide Technology, the Maryland Heights-based systems integration and solutions provider, again had double-digit growth and hit the $10 billion mark in 2017.
Highlights in 2017 included opening its new $95 million, 208,000-square-foot global headquarters in Westport Plaza and doing more than $5 billion in business with Cisco. Its subsidiary Asynchrony Labs opened a 5,700-square-foot office, where 23 employees work in Springfield, Missouri.
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This Springfield Startup Has a Small Army of Therapists With Laptops, Ready to Help People Anywhere
Teletherapy is growing, and these founders are out to help children in the most unexpected places.
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Missouri passes bill on high school computer science classes
Missouri high school students could put computer science course credits toward graduation requirements under a bill passed by the state Legislature.
Senators passed the bill unanimously Thursday. It passed the House 121-19 on Tuesday.
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