In August, Forbes contributor Seth Joseph wrote a piece about electronic health care records that was tellingly titled “The EHR Is Dead. Long Live The EHR Platform.”
Bridgestone Americas’ investment will allow May Mobility to integrate Bridgestone’s digital tire technologies into its fleet of vehicles, while providing Bridgestone insights into autonomous vehicle operations.
Tennessee State University is expanding a technology program for underserved students in Africa to four additional countries. The school says Ghana, Malawi, Nigeria and Zambia will join Liberia and South Africa with online courses taught by Tennessee State professors.
With routine hospital visits becoming a health risk in the middle of a pandemic, a growing number of medical practitioners looked at ways to monitor and track patient health virtually.
“The driver shortages have impacted everyone — the transportation department, parents, students, schools…we’re having to change our day-to-day operations,” she stated. Cassidy Beam, account representative for TransAct, explained that the TravelTracker software, includes features that allow for easy rerouting, notifications and a parent portal. It is built to assist districts with adapting and changing to the constantly changing situations that transportation staff are faced with.
Shani Dowell made some history in 2019 by raising more than $1 million of venture funding for her Nashville-based startup. She was touted as the first Black woman entrepreneur in Tennessee to reach that milestone, which fewer than 40 Black women nationwide had reached at the time. That tally is growing, and so is Dowell’s business.
On a summer day in 2021, Aly Hancock could tell that Mike Rude wasn’t in a good mood. Both worked at FedEx, and he had been her mentor for six years. Hancock knew him well.
Slack vs. Teams and the other tech decisions that are critical for the hybrid office.
Last week, Houston-based Symplr announced its acquisition of Nashville-based GreenLight Medical. Both companies provide health care management software.
Nashville’s tech scene is about to radically change with the arrival of Oracle and as Amazon and other firms fill their downtown hubs. But there’s plenty of action right now. Tech Bytes is a recurring roundup highlighting news on startups, capital raises, acquisitions and other activity in the region’s tech sector. Insight Partners, a New York-based venture capital and private equity firm, is sending someone from its early-stage team to Nashville next week to meet with founders in the areas of software and consumer deals, per Haley Zapolski, creator of the NashTech group.