Chuck Porter, chairman of the internationally acclaimed advertising agency Crispin Porter + Bogusky, will present “What’s New in Advertising. And What’s Not” on Thursday, Oct. 19, at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Porter will deliver the John E. Holden Journalism Lecture at 5:30 p.m. in room 199 of the Hellems Arts and Sciences Building. The event is free and open to the public and is sponsored by the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Based in Miami and Boulder, Crispin Porter + Bogusky is best known for its unconventional ads and use of the Internet to promote the brands of clients including Burger King, Volkswagen and Virgin Atlantic Airlines. Porter joined the agency as creative director and partner in 1988 after working as an award-winning freelance copywriter. The agency has been profiled in numerous publications including the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Business Week, Forbes, Time and Newsweek. The John E. Holden Journalism Lecture is an annual series designed to give students the opportunity to hear members of the media speak on contemporary issues. The series is funded by John E. “Jack” and Marguerite “Peggy” Holden. Jack Holden is a 1948 graduate of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. For more information call (303) 492-0460. Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: Oct. 15, 2006
The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Add Comment RxDx Clinics adopts online consultations as modus operandi to continue with OPD Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Related Posts Share Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app News By EH News Bureau on April 21, 2020 COVID-19essential serviceslockdownOPDRxDxtele consultationtelemedicine WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Comments (0) Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Read Article RxDx medical staff is available online in adherence to the Government directives of keeping essential services up and running during COVID-19 induced lockdownRxDx Clinics have adopted online consultations as their modus operandi to continue with their OPD services as India has started preparing herself for a long drawn battle to combat the ongoing Coronavirus crisis. RxDx medical staff is available online in adherence to the Government directives of keeping the essential services up and running.A range of medical specialities, for example, internal medicine to gynaecology, general consultation to sports physiotherapy and Paediatrics to psychology are available in RxDx for remote consultation. More are joining the cause to augment healthcare access for patients. During the first 21 days lockdown which ended on April 14, RxDx conducted around 3000 plus-consultations which is a 15-fold increase from the usual days.A 62-year-old patient had recently reached out to our clinic executive expressing his gratitude over an online call with urologist Dr Sanjay Paruchuri. He said, “The online consultation was really a great experience. The doctor was really good and gave a patient hearing to all the problems (sic). Thanks a tonne for your help. I will encourage people to use the facility.”While over 50 per cent of those calls are for general and internal medicine combined, approximately 37 per cent of patients seek out paediatricians and gynaecologists. In the last few days, requests for online consultations with ophthalmologists and dentists have seen a rise.“The benefits of telemedicine in today’s COVID world are obvious-doctors can see their patients without the risk of getting Corona, patients can see their doctors even during a lockdown and without the risk of being in a crowded clinic or hospital,” emphasised Dr Sunita Maheshwari, Senior Consultant Paediatric Cardiologist, Chief Dreamer & Loop Closer – Telerad Group, Member of the Karnataka Vision Group for Healthcare, Research and Innovation.RxDx Multispecialty Clinic has been receiving an influx of outpatient cases with flu-like symptoms since the outbreak. RxDx tele-consultants primarily use Mfine, an AI-powered, on-demand healthcare service, which helps triage severe cases via symptom mapping, besides enabling medical consultants to connect with their patients virtually through video and audio. The doctors walk the patients coming in with flu-like symptoms through COVID-19 warning signs like breathlessness, chest discomfort / tightness and dizziness. According to the patient’s exhibition of the warning signs, the doctor recommends treatment or hospital visit. The patient receives a prescription through the app with a link to purchase medicines.
Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app The state has witnessed a sudden spurt in COVID positive casesGoa Health Minister Vishwajit Rane said the health department had increased the bed capacity at its designated COVID-19 hospital from 60 to 170 in view of the rise in cases of novel coronavirus.Goa has witnessed a sudden spurt in COVID-19 cases, with 41 people testing positive in the state till Wednesday morning.The bed capacity of ESI Hospital was increased from 60 to 170, with a back-up of another 30 beds, the minister said.“I would like to congratulate Dr Ira Almeida, Medical Superintendent of Hospicio Hospital, Director of Health Services Dr Jose D’Sa, Dean of Goa Medical College, Dr Shivanand Bandekar and Secretary Health Nila Mohanan for increasing the bed capacity overnight,” he said in a statement.The hospital also had a back-up facility of another 30 beds, which can take the capacity to 200, if needed, he added.The ESI Hospital in Margao town is Goa’s designated COVID-19 facility, where 41 patients are currently undergoing treatment. By Press Trust of India on May 20, 2020 Share COVID-19GoaVishwajit Rane Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” News Related Posts Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Add Comment Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Read Article MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Goa govt increases bed capacity at COVID-19 hospital The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Comments (0)
Tags Richard is the editor of Mobile World Live’s money channel and a contributor to the daily news service. He is an experienced technology and business journalist who previously worked as a freelancer for many publications over the last decade including… Read more Higher prices, network disruption and a threat to high street competition are the main concerns that Sharon White, chief executive of UK telecoms regulator Ofcom, expressed over the proposed merger of 3 UK and Telefonica O2.White (pictured) put these arguments to the European Commission which is reviewing the bid by 3 UK parent, CK Hutchison, for rival Telefonica O2.The commission was expected to publish its decision last week but its failure to do so indicates intense negotiations with interested parties.White writes in the Financial Times that the UK is “not a broken market”, where last year operators generated a massive £15 billion in revenue while in turn investing billions in 4G deployment and maintaining healthy margins in excess of 12 per cent. “Competition, not consolidation, has driven investment,” she concludes.White argues allowing 3 UK and O2 to combine would mean higher prices for consumers and business, since the former has traditionally behaved as the UK’s market disruptor.Ofcom analysed mobile pricing over recent years across 25 countries, said White. Its findings show that prices on average are between 10 per cent and 20 per cent lower in markets with four operators, including a disruptive player, than in those with only three operators.Her second concern is that the upheaval following any merger could harm service to end-users. White notes that the UK’s four operators currently have network sharing deals that cut across merger lines: one is between 3 UK and EE, while the second is O2 and Vodafone. Unravelling these deals is not in the best interests of customers, she suggests.Her third anxiety is the impact on high street competition where independent mobile phone retailers could be squeezed by the merger, with the result that prices go up, and tariff innovation goes down.White also says establishing a new operator to bring the number back up to four “might be one answer”. Margrethe Vestager, the European Commissioner for Competition, has favoured this approach in other markets.Last week a report said Xavier Niel, the billionaire behind French disruptor Iliad, met with Sharon White for a preliminary discussion about entering the UK market.However, White acknowledges even a deep-pocketed new entrant would need time, and considerable investment, to make an impact.The 3 UK/Telefonica O2 combination would control more than four in ten mobile connections in the UK, said White, a proportion borne out by GSMA Intelligence figures which show the combination would have a 42 per cent share of connections. Las operadoras respaldan el papel de Qualcomm en la RAN abierta Vodafone, Safaricom beat MTN to Ethiopia licence Richard Handford Related Home Ofcom chief outlines anxiety over 3 UK/O2 combination Operators back Qualcomm role in open RAN path Previous ArticleBlog: China smartphone market slows, but top 5 brands flourishNext ArticleSouth Korea’s KT rebounds with $512M profit in 2015 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 01 FEB 2016 Author 3 UKHutchisonIliadOfcomTelefonica O2Vodafone
“I had some contact from behind and we got turned into the outside wall,” Johnson said. “I haven’t had a chance to look at it and see what exactly happened, but the nose on our Chevy is pretty pointy. I was pushed by a Chevy, so I don’t know if that had something to do with it or not. I just need to get a good look at the replay.” RELATED: Full race results | Keselowski triumphs in The ClashDAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — At least Jimmie Johnson is getting closer. On Sunday at Daytona International Speedway, Johnson made it to the last lap of the Advance Auto Parts Clash. He just didn’t make it to the checkered flag. “Yeah, I guess we’re the first real crash at speed with that (configuration),” Johnson said. “I kind of forgot about it once we got going. I think the cars look cool, and they’re going faster, which is more fun from our standpoint. It makes handling a little more of a premium.” The wreck was another matter. Johnson was running fourth at the time of the crash, having just lost the third spot to Kurt Busch. With a strong car for the bulk of the race, the Hendrick Motorsports driver enjoyed driving the new Camaro ZL1 race car under new NASCAR rules that lowered the bodies of the cars as close as possible to the asphalt. After contact from Kyle Larson’s No. 42 Chevrolet turned Johnson’s No. 48 into the outside backstretch wall, the seven-time champion failed to finish the exhibition race — for the seventh straight year. Johnson was credited with completing 74 of 75 laps in a 12th-place finish, but a DNF (did not finish) is a DNF.
Damas is to be supported by Olivier Fortin, who joins the high speed operator as Managing Director for a fixed period of one year. Fortin arrives at Eurostar on secondment from Caisse de Dépôt et Placement du Québec, which owns 30% of Eurostar through the Patina Rail investment vehicle. He worked with Eurostar in 2015-18 as part of CPDQ’s acquisition and management of the stake formerly held by the UK government through London & Continental Railways.Damas and Fortin will be tasked with managing a restructuring of the business to enable the cross-Channel operator to respond to the effects of the coronavirus crisis.‘Thanks to his proven managerial experience, his acute know-how of the global railway industry and his valuable international experience, notably with Thalys and Eurostar, we are extremely confident in Jacques Damas’ ability to steer Eurostar out of the current crisis and prepare it for future developments’, explained Alain Krakovitch, Managing Director of Voyages SNCF. EUROPE: On September 4 the management board of Voyages SNCF announced the selection of Jacques Damas to succeed Mike Cooper as Chief Executive of Eurostar, in which the French national operator holds a 55% majority stake.Damas is an SNCF veteran whose career with the state railway goes back to 1982; he was Operations Director at Eurostar between 2000 and 2005. He subsequently served as SNCF’s representative at the Community of European Railways in 2009-13 and has held senior management positions with both Thalys and Keolis in recent years. He will take over at Eurostar before the end of September.