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RIT leads regional response to ventilator shortage, creating prototype to aid coronavirus fight

Rochester Institute of Technology is leading an effort involving local companies and healthcare experts to produce a prototype ventilator designed to help meet the continuing surge of respiratory cases as a result of the coronavirus.(PRWeb April 06, 2020)Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/rit_leads_regional_response_to_ventilator_shortage_creating_prototype_to_aid_coronavirus_fight/prweb17032200.htm

Blue Sky Vision Leads Partners Through COVID-19 Pandemic Response

Blue Sky Vision, Michigan’s leading eye care group, is pioneering the way during this challenging time. The immediate creation of the COVID-19 Response Team has given the team members a clear path to implement immediate actions to protect patients, families, partners and team members.(PRWeb April 01, 2020)Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/blue_sky_vision_leads_partners_through_covid_19_pandemic_response/prweb17020298.htm

TD Madison Leads Successful Executive Search for CableLabs’ New Vice President of Wireless

TD Madison, a trusted provider of executive recruitment services to the cable and broadband industry, is pleased to congratulate Rakesh Taori on his new role as the Vice President of Wireless at CableLabs.(PRWeb April 01, 2020)Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/td_madison_leads_successful_executive_search_for_cablelabs_new_vice_president_of_wireless/prweb17020225.htm

California Treatment Center Leads Industry in Providing Safe and Sanitary Conditions During COVID-19 Outbreak

What are the measures the treatment industry is taking to prevent the spread of the virus to keep a healthy environment for those seeking treatment from alcohol and substance abuse? Here’s what Hira Health, one California based Substance Abuse treatment facility, is doing.(PRWeb March 27, 2020)Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/california_treatment_center_leads_industry_in_providing_safe_and_sanitary_conditions_during_covid_19_outbreak/prweb17007850.htm