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FAU's undergrad research helps enhance nation's workforce.

By: John Kelly
Source: Sun-Sentinel
Date: March 14, 2017
It is indeed possible that a culture of creative inquiry can be built within a college or university through faculty led, student-based research, and such is the culture at FAU.
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FAU's undergrad research helps enhance nation's workforce.

eMerge Americas unveils plans for 2017 Startup Showcase

By: Nancy Dahlberg
Source: Miami Herald
Date: March 14, 2017
The tech conference will return June 12-13 to Miami Beach Convention Center with a packed agenda of speakers and an active expo floor.
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eMerge Americas unveils plans for 2017 Startup Showcase

GrowFL, Florida’s leading organization in support of second-stage growth companies, is now accepting applications for its annual Florida Companies to Watch® awards program. As GrowFL’s regional partner, the Research Park at FAU is encouraging community stakeholders, EDO’s and other support organizations to nominate companies to watch.
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GrowFL Now Accepting Applications  2017 Florida Companies to Watch Awards

New FAU medical dean Boiselle aims to boost research

By: Brian Bandell
Source: South Florida Business Journal
Date: March 13, 2017
FAU hopes to raise its profile as a medical research university and capitalize on partnerships with the Scripps Research Institute and Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience, which are both located on its Jupiter campus.
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New FAU medical dean Boiselle aims to boost research

Five Industries That Will Eliminate Legacy Issues Using AI

By: Alan O'Herlihy
Source: Forbes
Date: March 2, 2017
Recognizing that there's a wealth of medical knowledge available—but that humans can’t possibly access it all in short timeframes—newer tech solutions are using AI to quickly search large databases, such as Modernizing Medicine
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Five Industries That Will Eliminate Legacy Issues Using AI

University STEM research programs receives $339K grant.

By: Debora Lima
Source: South Florida Business Journal
Date: March 2, 2017
The National Science Foundation has granted Boca Raton’s Florida Atlantic University hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund research in the fields of science, engineering, technology and math.
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University STEM research programs receives $339K grant.

“This new functionality is being developed to help save time for both doctors and their patients, by providing a more powerful and easier to understand OTC treatment regimen with integrated eCommerce capability for over-the-counter products,” explains Daniel Cane, CEO and co-founder of Modernizing Medicine.
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Modernizing Medicine and Galderma Announce Integrated Over-the-Counter eCommerce Platform

The company recently announced that EMA™, the mobile EHR system in the modmed Dermatology™ suite, is among the first in the United States to include built-in Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) intelligence, including composite score reporting, robust analytics and benchmarking reports that document healthcare providers’ performance in near real-time.
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Modernizing Medicine to Showcase Comprehensive Solutions for MIPS and Value-Based Care at Dermatology Conferences

Health care-tech startup talks "value-based" medicine, unveils new software

Source: South Florida Business Journal
Date: March 1, 2017
Modernizing Medicine’s automated system features composite score reporting, analytics systems and benchmarking reports that document healthcare providers’ performance in near real-time, the company said.
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Health care-tech startup talks

Monday Meeting: Jane Teague on commercializing university tech

By: Charles Elmore
Source: Palm Beach Post
Date: March 1, 2017
The Institute helps startup companies that are launching innovative products developed through university research.
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Monday Meeting: Jane Teague on commercializing university tech