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Boca- Raton based medical data company Modernizing Medicine is partnering with Palm Beach State College to open a training hub designed to prepare students for health information technology careers. "We're making sure the high-tech health care jobs of tomorrow are being prepared for today," said Dan Cane, co-founder and president of Modernizing Medicine, a fast-growing electronic medical record and data company that employs nearly 500.
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Modernizing Medicine partners with Palm Beach State College to offer health care IT training

Modernizing Medicine, Aerospace Technologies Group and MobileHelp, all located in the Research Park at Florida Atlantic University, have recently been recognized for their growth. “We are very proud of the contributions Modernizing Medicine, Aerospace Technologies Group and MobileHelp make to strengthen our economic prowess in South Florida,”
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Three Companies at the Research Park at Florida Atlantic University Recognized for Growth

I sold my start-up for $1.6 billion. Here's what I did next

Source: CNBC
Date: August 4, 2016
"TO BE A SUCCESSFUL ENTREPRENEUR, YOU REALLY HAVE TO PINPOINT THE FUEL THAT FEEDS YOUR FIRE. PASSION IS A POWERFUL ASSET." Dan Cane CEO Modernizing Medicine
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I sold my start-up for $1.6 billion. Here's what I did next

Governor Scott Highlights Job Growth at Aerospace Technologies Group

Source: Rick Scott - 45th Governor of Florida
Date: July 28, 2016
Andrew Duffell, President and CEO of The Research Park at Florida Atlantic University, said, “The Research Park at FAU is home to 19 high impact companies that add jobs, innovation and dollars to our economy each year. ATG represents the intensive focus on sustainable business growth, innovation, product development and creativity that takes place in the Research Park every day.”
Governor Scott Highlights Job Growth at Aerospace Technologies Group

Modernizing Medicine Releases New Software Suite for Medical Specialties

By: Celia Ampel
Source: Modernizing Medicine
Date: July 25, 2016
“Healthcare is a business, and having the right analytical tools in place to provide data to help improve the health of both practices and patients will be the key to sustain independent physician practices in the future.”
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Modernizing Medicine Releases New Software Suite for Medical Specialties

The U.S. Small Business Administration released its highly anticipated Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) online tutorials to help small businesses navigate the SBIR program. The site provides users with a mobile-compatible site to learn about the program through a combination of videos and text. This platform will provide accessible program information and training resources to underrepresented areas. There is no registration or fee required and the courses are open to all.
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SBA Introduces Online Tutorials for Small Businesses Seeking Federal R&D Funding

FAU’s I-SENSE and Dioxide Materials™ have formed a unique partnership to develop and evaluate a novel low-cost, low-power, wireless CO2 sensing system for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning applications.
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I-SENSE and Dioxide Materials™ Partner to Cut Energy Costs

Former IBMer works to improve health through Game Changer Tec

By: Marcia Heroux Pounds, Sun Sentinel
Source: Sun-Sentinel
Date: July 7, 2016
"We analyze what in their blood makes them sensitive to different foods, what makes them feel bloated, or gives them brain fog," Martinez said. "He's thinking differently and trying to make something that's better for our society. The goal is to keep people healthy," said Illyas, who has known Martinez for more than 30 years.
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Former IBMer works to improve health through Game Changer Tec

Mayor Haynie will be joined by other members of Boca Raton’s economic development team as they tour the two companies at the Research Park, including the City’s economic development manager Jessica Del Vecchio and Bruce Rosetto, a member of the Research Park’s governing authority.
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Mayor Haynie to Tour Local Technology Companies at Research Park at Florida Atlantic University

State of the City: Boca 'growing and thriving'

Source: Sun-Sentinel
Date: June 15, 2016
In 2015 we had 1,732 jobs in the research park among 19 companies and generated created $849 million in economic development between payroll and purchases," Andrew Duffel, president and CEO of the Research Park at Florida Atlantic University, said in his presentation earlier. Haynie cited their small business incubator and new business model as one of the city's partners and a factor in luring more high-tech companies to Boca.
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State of the City: Boca 'growing and thriving'