Patrick Sasnett Encourages Taking Small Daily Steps Towards Living Healthier

Patrick Sasnett

OCALA, FLORIDA, USA, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Patrick Sasnett is a Florida pastor who spends free time coaching his community towards wholesome, healthier lifestyles. Understanding that change doesn’t happen overnight, he encourages a variety of small steps people can take to become more mindful, appreciative, and happy in their day-to-day lives.

Pastor Patrick Sasnett recognized that health and happiness are things that many people in America struggle with, including those in his immediate community. One of the biggest obstacles he repeatedly encountered was the fear of change, which deters people from making real improvements in their daily lives.

“People are naturally afraid of change and often get too comfortable in their habits and rhythms to want to change in the first place,” says Patrick Sasnett. “But at the same time, they report being unhappy or unhealthy and don’t have any hope of improving their circumstance.”

Failing health is a common topic in cities across the country, whether it’s poor heart health, poor diet, lack of nutrition and exercise, or other contributors. Happiness tends to follow the same trends with more and more people feeling depressed, hopeless, disconnected from the world, and lost as time goes on. Instead of transforming their lifestyles, Patrick Sasnett advises that people keep a few important aspects in mind and make small choices that will lead them towards a happier, healthier life.

“First and foremost, people should get a lot more activity than they do right now,” says Patrick Sasnett, noting the HHS study that claims more than 80% of people do not get adequate exercise.1 “And it doesn’t have to be tough or demanding; just a change from sitting down all the time.”

Patrick Sasnett suggests going for a fifteen-minute walk around the neighborhood each evening or getting involved in local sports leagues to boost exercise. He explains that a little activity can go a long way, helping people maintain blood pressure, reduce stress, and keep at a healthy weight. Additionally, he encourages people just to get out of the house to avoid feeling isolated or secluded and to break up monotonous routines.

Eating healthier will fuel the body with appropriate energy and nutrition, which he says can be as simple as introducing a daily multivitamin or cutting down on fast food. Instead of undergoing an entire diet change, Patrick Sasnett encourages people to make one healthy choice at every meal to eventually create a habit of healthier choices.

He also mentions that unhappiness may be a product of not having enough time in your day to do the things you want. People will be happier if they set aside even a small window of time each day to perform an activity that’s only meant for them to enjoy, he believes.

“People don’t have to overhaul their lives to see an impactful change in health and happiness,” Patrick Sasnett says. “With small steps each day, they can achieve positive longtime goals without even noticing.”

Citations

https://www.hhs.gov/fitness/resource-center/facts-and-statistics/index.html

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Rahim Hassanally looks back on $10,000 donation to leading breast cancer charity

Philanthropist, businessman, and the automotive industry professional Rahim Hassanally reflects on five-figure donation to Susan G. Komen.

FAIRFIELD, CALIFORNIA, USA, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — As part of a past fundraising drive and in a fantastic show of support for research into the diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and cure of breast cancer, Rahim Hassanally and industry colleagues presented a check for $10,000 to Kelly MacMillan of the Sacramento Valley chapter of leading breast cancer charity Susan G. Komen. A staunch advocate for breast cancer awareness, Hassanally provides a look back on the sizable donation, reported on at the time by Solano County's Daily Republic.

"My colleagues and I wanted to make a significant contribution to Susan G. Komen to aid, to assist, and to continue to support our local community and those impacted by breast cancer," reveals Hassanally, an automotive industry professional currently based between California and Texas.

The story of the donation, arranged by Rahim Hassanally and colleagues, was covered by McNaughton Newspapers, Inc., a local family-owned Solano County-area media company which proudly publishes the Daily Republic, Village Life, and Georgetown Gazette, among various other community-driven publications.

Often referred to simply as Komen, Susan G. Komen is currently the largest and best-funded breast cancer organization in the United States. The Sacramento chapter of the organization, Susan G. Komen Northern & Central California, serves a total of almost 30 counties across central and northernmost parts of the state. "To date, the chapter has contributed more than $20 million to breast cancer charities in the region," adds Hassanally.

Funds raised go toward grants made to local hospitals and community organizations to provide breast health education and cancer screening and treatment programs to medically underserved women, according to Hassanally. Further funds support the national Komen Grants Program, which backs groundbreaking breast cancer research, awards, and educational and scientific programs both in the United States and around the world, according to the organization itself.

Fundraising events arranged and held by Susan G. Komen Northern & Central California include the Komen Sacramento 'More Than Pink' Walk, and the Central Valley Race for the Cure.

"Thanks to such events and generous donations from the public, dedicated corporate partners, and others, Susan G. Komen Northern & Central California continues to play a vital part in fighting breast cancer in our community," adds Hassanally, wrapping up, "something for which we should all be immensely grateful."

Rahim Hassanally is a Governor of California appointed Department of Motor Vehicles New Motor Vehicle Board member, a member of the National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers, and a board member of the American International Automobile Dealers Association. An accomplished sportsman, a keen advocate for breast cancer awareness, and a supporter of a wide variety of nonprofit organizations, charities, and other good causes, Texas-native Hassanally's professional accolades include making the Automotive News 'Top 40 Under 40' list and receiving recognition as the 18th annual Urban Wheel Awards 'Urban Dealer of the Year.'

Across the United States, more than one million Susan G. Komen supporters partake in sponsored walks and races each year, while over 370,000 advocates are fighting for more breast cancer research, funding, and access to care. For further information about Susan G. Komen Northern & Central California, head to https://komennccalifornia.org/.

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TraceGains Puts Spotlight on Employee Innovation

2019 TraceGains Innovation Contest Winners

Contest winners with CEO (left to right: Jason Mueller, Brad Abeyta, David Guillen, Gary Nowacki)

TraceGains, the leader in cloud-based compliance, quality, and NPD software for the CPG industry, announced the winners of its annual Innovation Contest.

According to multiple studies and research, employees are the best source of innovation. We hire smart people and we built a program that shows our employees how much we value their ideas.”

— TraceGains CEO, Gary Nowacki

WESTMINSTER, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — TraceGains, the leader in cloud-based compliance, quality, and new product development software for the consumer-packaged goods industry, announced the winners of its annual Innovation Contest during a company-wide meeting June 12.

In its third year, the competition asked employees to submit ideas to expand TraceGains Network, improve profit margins, and increase market pull. This year, the company received more than 40 submissions from employees with ideas on new business opportunities for the company.

The Winners
Platinum Winner, Trip for Two to Hawaii – David Guillen
The winning submission proposed the adoption of a Customer Learning System to better educate and inform current and potential TraceGains customers.

Gold Winner, Three Nights at a Resort for Two – Brad Abeyta
The recommendation to more prominently highlight and promote the search button in TraceGains’ sourcing directory landed in second place.

Silver Winner, Dinner for Four at Flagstaff House – Jason Mueller
After the management team deadlocked, employees weighed in on the silver winner. The winning idea suggested added functionality to the TraceGains Quality Management solution.

“According to multiple studies and research, employees are the best source of innovation,” TraceGains CEO Gary Nowacki said. “At TraceGains, we hire smart people and we built a program that shows our employees how much we value their ideas.”

Each June, TraceGains employees descend on the company’s corporate headquarters for one day of focused review and planning and a second day of fun. Before the announcement of the Innovation Award winners, Nowacki outlined the company’s commitment to innovation by way of an art history lesson that featured Leonardo da Vinci, among others.

But it wasn’t all about meetings and award announcements. After Wednesday’s work session, the TraceGains team hit the tracks at Unser Karting outside of Denver for the annual TG Day of Fun, where the theme was Mario Kart and employees competed for the fastest time around the track.

“We take our culture seriously,” Vice President of Marketing Annie Wissner said. “So much so that we prioritize having fun together. As Albert Einstein said, ‘play is the highest form of research.’”

About TraceGains
TraceGains delivers cloud-based supplier compliance, quality management, and new product development solutions for the CPG industry. At the heart of TraceGains is an advanced network platform that digitizes documentation, automates workflows, and streamlines processes. With instant information sharing and visibility throughout the supply chain, companies can grow the business without adding resources.

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Medical Consultant Dr. Sohail Aman starts Blog with information and insights on health care management

Dr Sohail Aman, Medical Consultant in Maryland and Alabama

Dr Sohail Aman, Medical Consultant in Maryland and Alabama

Dr Sohail Aman, Medical Consultant in Maryland and Alabama

Dr Sohail Aman, Medical Consultant in Maryland and Alabama

Dr Sohail Aman, Medical Consultant in Maryland and Alabama

Dr Sohail Aman, Medical Consultant in Maryland and Alabama

Dr Sohail Aman, Medical Consultant in Maryland and Alabama

Dr Sohail Aman, Medical Consultant in Maryland and Alabama

Dr Sohail Aman, Medical Consultant in Maryland and Alabama

Dr Sohail Aman, Medical Consultant in Maryland and Alabama

Experienced medical consultant’s blog will address medical practice management issues that affect cost-effective health care.

Sohail Aman, MD (N/A:N/A)

Most medical clinics and hospitals have their own ways of managing their facilities, but one of the most common services they all use is the medical practice management software”

— Sohail Aman, medical consultant (Alabama, Maryland)

MOBILE, ALABAMA, UNITED STATES, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Medical Consultant Sohail Aman, with many years of experience practicing internal medicine, started a Blog to provide information on health care and medical practice management, available at https://sohailamanmd.home.blog/

In his new Blog, Dr. Aman reviews the significant forces that have been changing the way healthcare has and will continue to be delivered. The emergence of more unique ways to deliver care such as clinics incorporated into businesses and factories, the increased use of mid-level providers (nurse practitioners & physician assistants), the increase integration of technologies such as telemedicine and robotics, and the shift from interventional reimbursement to outcomes reimbursement, are just a few examples.

Compounding these are the ever-increasing costs of healthcare, the strain of funding Medicare on the U.S. economy, and the complications of insurance and healthcare payments under the affordable care act, ACA.

While there are no perfect answers, Dr. Aman will offer his medical practice experience and insights on his Blog. One example is software to operate a medical practice. Running a medical practice can both tiring as well as riotous at times. Most medical clinics and hospitals have their own ways of managing their facilities, but one of the most common services they all use is the medical practice management software (MPMS).

Such programs help in the management of day-to-day activities and tasks that a medical facility offers, such as booking appointments, dealing with claims and billing statements, patient demographics, reports generation, etc. These programs are available for desktop use only and do not yet offer mobile app services. They have a smart interactive system which allows multi-users access and data sharing between different user profiles. MPMS benefit the practice by allowing an easy and quick data and workload sharing option. However, it can be quite costly to purchase and also has a high maintenance cost, especially the management programs that are linked with the internet. All in all, they can be especially expensive. An internet supported management program enables the practice employees to reduce their dependence on private servers and purchase individual security software, since internet supported programs do not work via intranets. Nevertheless, uploading and sharing patients’ data via the internet is a great security threat in its own right.

Dr. Aman’s blog is available at available at https://sohailamanmd.home.blog/

About Dr. Sohail Aman, M.D.

Dr. Sohail Aman is Consultant in Internal Medicine in Cambridge, Maryland and Mobile, Alabama. He graduated from Medical School with honors in 1992, and has completed several post-graduate training programs in internal medicine, emergency medicine, neurology, and infectious diseases.

References:

Website: https://SohailAman.com
Blog: https://sohailamanmd.home.blog/
Professional Profile: https://medicogazette.com/sohail-aman%2C-md-alabama
Professional Profile: https://hippocratesguild.com/sohail-aman%2C-md-alabama
News: https://hype.news/dr-sohail-aman-us/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sohail-aman-39317b45

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OCP Finds New Home at OSEHRA

OSEHRA welcomes a major code contribution from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Agency (SAMHSA).

This advanced technology tool enhances a provider’s ability to make informed decisions leading to better patient outcomes.”

— Wilson Washington, PhD

VIENNA, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Open Source Electronic Health Record Alliance (OSEHRA), a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to accelerating innovation through open source strategy, is pleased to welcome a major code contribution from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Agency (SAMHSA). The complete Omnibus Care Plan (OCP) Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) and SMART on FHIR Infrastructure, including the Care Coordination and Consent Management code package, contributed using the Apache License Version 2.0, has been delivered to OSEHRA and is now available for the healthcare community.

“OCP is the 21st Century solution to quickly create and deliver healthcare-related applications,” said Kenneth Salyards, Information Management Specialist at SAMHSA. “This advanced technology tool enhances a provider’s ability to make informed decisions leading to better patient outcomes,” added SAMHSA’s Wilson Washington, PhD, Senior Public Health Advisor. “The opportunity to have the OCP hosted by OSEHRA delivers an application infrastructure that can be extended using SMART on FHIR.”

OCP was developed by SAMHSA to facilitate seamless, patient-centered care coordination across multiple care providers. While many Health IT frameworks are designed primarily for episodic encounters within a single care organization, OCP is designed to link numerous organizations and services to follow the reality of a patient’s care journey from referral to registration, screening, treatment, and discharge.

“This comprehensive software package is a significant contribution to healthcare,” said Seong K. Mun, PhD, President and CEO of OSEHRA. “It leads the way in a time when many organizations are struggling to implement patient-centered care coordination with multiple providers and community organizations. We applaud SAMHSA's effort in developing this package, especially their strategy of applying open source best practices from inception, rather than as an afterthought.”

The full OCP software package can be downloaded from the OSEHRA GitHub. Moving forward, OSEHRA will serve as the custodian of the OCP code. An OSEHRA Work Group will be established through which the open source community can participate and submit future code contributions. OSEHRA Organizational Member BookZurman already plans to participate, having designed and launched CareNexus™, a pilot variation that incorporates OCP code. BookZurman has already completed updates and improvements to the OCP software package with this implementation by porting it to Microsoft’s Azure and adding Kubernetes.

“Supporting SAMHSA, we were pleased to help solve a dynamic interoperability challenge for the healthcare community in a standards-based way,” said Brian Book, President of BookZurman. “Now, we’re able to take the government’s vision and bring it to patients by commercializing this care coordination platform with CareNexusTM. BookZurman is excited to demo CareNexusTM – and how it puts patients at the center of care – at OSEHRA’s 8th Annual Open Source Summit, July 9 – 10, outside Washington, D.C.” Registration information for OSEHRA's Annual Summit can be found at http://summit.osehra.org.

For more information about this initiative, visit www.osehra.org.

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OSEHRA is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to accelerating innovation through open source strategy, with an emphasis on electronic health records. Founded in 2011, OSEHRA has fostered a robust open source community with over 600 registered members representing 300+ industry, academic, and government organizations globally. OSEHRA supports an open, collaborative community engaged in a variety of open source projects, including EHR implementations, synthetic patient data, open architecture strategy, open APIs, cloud strategies, and other IT activities. To support these efforts, OSEHRA hosts software repositories, an online testing and development support infrastructure, and an online framework for collaborative work groups. OSEHRA is a member of numerous industry associations including the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), Health Level 7 (HL7), Open Source Initiative (OSI), and Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE).

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)(www.samhsa.gov) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.

BookZurman (BZ)(www.bookzurman.com) is a consulting firm that bridges the gap between healthcare and technology for a better patient experience. By leading conversations that connect caregivers and patients, Team BZ is driven to help resolve the challenge of healthcare interoperability to enhance care through the interpretation, implementation and transformation of timely and integrated data. With more than 100 cumulative years of experience in the healthcare IT space, Team BZ focuses on standards and interoperability, informatics architecture and clinical decision support to empower caregivers to transform the future of healthcare – one patient at a time.

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Exclusive Interview with Dr Zisis Kozlakidis Released Ahead of SMi’s Upcoming Biobanking 2019 Conference

Biobanking 2019

SMi Report: Exclusive content from expert speaker Dr Zisis Kozlakidis

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ —
SMi Report: Exclusive content from expert speaker Dr Zisis Kozlakidis, International Agency for Research on Cancer, released ahead of SMi’s Biobanking conference this September.

Ahead of the 9th annual Biobanking conference, taking place on 25th-26th September at the Copthorne Tata Hotel in London, SMi interviewed expert speaker Dr Zisis Kozlakidis, Head of Laboratories and Biobanking, International Agency for Research on Cancer.

Dr Kozlakidis is responsible for one of the largest and most varied international collections of clinical samples in the world, focusing on gene-environment interactions and disease-based collections. This WHO infrastructure supports multinational efforts in making treatments possible and delivering those to resource-restricted settings.

Here is a snapshot of what was discussed:

What key difference have you notices in the last year regarding significant developments in Biobanking?
“The major difference has been the introduction of standards to the field, specifically ISO standardisation, this is a big step forward and change to the field.
Whereas before it was local or national standards now there’s an international benchmark. Now there’s a common language enabling us to compare internationally to ensure our samples are fit for purpose. With the ISO released in January this year (ISO 20387), it means we’re focused and it’s brought up the discussion we’ve been having over many years regarding the quality of samples and to the forefront as this mechanisms now accredits you against the standard which in turn gives confidence to the end user.

What do you see as the greatest challenge for you to overcome personally in the biobanking field currently?
“The biggest challenge I see is data handling. The more we work on precision medicine the more data we’ll generate which is held within the biobanks, and as a result biobanks become increasingly under pressure to handle both the sample and the data in the best possible way, and that is hard. A great effort has gone into sample handling thus far, but we have to do the same for the data. Another pressure is the EU GDPR legislation. We’re still having to adjust our work within this framework too.”

What current hot topic will you be addressing in your presentation and what would you say makes it relevant to 2019?
“I’m always presenting what’s novel and new and I think it’s important for the audience to have the latest info and for the audience to see the opportunities that lie ahead for them. Two challenges I mentioned about data handling and standardisation will be at the core of my presentation.
I’ll give examples of what we’ve done through collaboration in precision medicine and through that, you’ll see this thread of the two major challenges we currently face”

The full version of the interview and event brochure are available to download online at www.biobanking-event.com/einpr4

Dr Zisis Kozlakidis will be presenting on “Challenges in sample standardisation for successful international biobank collaboration, how to drive precision medicine for cancer”
The regulation and bioethic complications between international borders and across continents:
• Current developments for oncology precision medicine due to IARC/WHO’s efforts
• How to increase partnerships of biobanks, academics and pharmaceutical companies world-wide to drive innovation
• The challenges faced by IARA Biobank and their solutions

An early bird saving of £200 is available for conference bookings made before 28th June. Register online at www.biobanking-event.com/einpr4

Biobanking 2019
Conference: 25th – 26th September 2019
Pre-Conference Workshops: 24th September 2019
Location: Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK

Proudly sponsored by: Topa and Interactive Software

For sponsorship enquiries please contact Alia Malick on +44 (0)20 7827 6168.

For delegate enquiries contact Kieran Ronaldson on +44 (0)20 7827 6744.

For all media inquiries contact Jinna Sidhu on Tel: +44 (0)20 7827 6088 / Email: hsidhu@smi-online.co.uk

About SMi Group:
Established since 1993, the SMi Group is a global event-production company that specializes in Business-to-Business Conferences, Workshops, Masterclasses and online Communities. We create and deliver events in the Defence, Security, Energy, Utilities, Finance and Pharmaceutical industries. We pride ourselves on having access to the world's most forward-thinking opinion leaders and visionaries, allowing us to bring our communities together to Learn, Engage, Share and Network. More information can be found at http://www.smi-online.co.uk

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Intuitive, Exorcist, and Cult Rescuer Laverne Denyer to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

YUBA CITY, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — It's truly amazing how vulnerable we are and yet how strong we are when we choose to be. We're delicate and resilient at the same time.

We all share a desire for a happier life and understanding of why we are here, who we are, what we hope to be and how we can get there, but we're hardwired to find a way to make sense of our world and interpret it according to what we believe. Our idealism can lead us to reject societal conventions and emotional upheaval can leave us vulnerable to potentially dangerous solutions.

Laverne Denyer is a psychic and medical intuitive, author, exorcist and cult rescuer. She uses all her intuition and skills to help people get beyond the pain that brought them to this dilemma.

“It’s about their truth, their understanding,” says Denyer. “Together, we walk them from guilt and hatred to pride and joy. That is a magnificent change. That's what I endeavor to help people to do. I'm a health facilitator. People either reject it or they are ready and allow it to create something new.”

After years of research and holistic practice, Denyer created a textbook for the physical and energetic components of a living body titled Living Energy Systems, which is being republished and will be available through Hay House and Balboa Press. Denyer is also working on the upcoming release of her newest book Ghosts, Demons, and Other Nasties.

According to Denyer, energy can be used for good or evil, pain or joy. She’s learned how and when to look beyond the physical.

“A woman came to me who was in a Satanic cult,” recalls Denyer. “She finally realized it was wrong and she was terrified. She asked me, "Can you help me get away from them? I can't do it on my own.’ I worked with her, I asked others to send her energies of protection and courage. I counseled her why she was there to begin with? What was she getting from it?”

It all culminated, says Denyer, when the cult sent a demon they worshiped to attack her, and she faced her first demonic psychic battle over possession of this woman's soul.

“It was like you see in the movies where people are throwing energy balls and attacking and screaming,” recalls Denyer. “I finally won, the girl was released, and she was able to leave.”

Denyer says she’s always been different but didn't realize how different until she was eight years old.

“I thought everybody saw and knew the world the way I did. When I learned they didn't, it surprised me. It took me a long time to understand and my parents were terrified. When I was nine, they had told me, ‘Stop imagining things!’ I tried to be a good girl but I became so lonely and so depressed. At 12, I decided I wasn’t doing that anymore and I started studying on my own.

Denyer says she’s learned not hide something from a client that feels uncomfortable, because if it comes through, it's proper for the person to hear it.

“You can lie to me all you want, but I will not allow you to lie to yourself,” says Denyer. “I will put it in your face every time you do. It makes them uncomfortable at first, but they are so much more productive afterward. They're happy with themselves for finally telling themselves the truth, because that's what it's all about.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Laverne Denyer in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on June 19th at 4pm EDT

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio

If you have any questions for our guest, please call (347) 996-3389

For more information, visit www.lavernedenyer.com

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AGENT511 announces new solution for automated text-to-911 language translation

TEXTBLUE Translator offers any connected PSAP translation capabilities

The ability to offer 9-1-1 centers automated language translation without software and networking customization offers an exciting opportunity to fill the gap in the market. ”

— Karen Dmytriw

ORLANDO, FL, USA, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — At the NENA Conference & Expo, AGENT511 is pleased to announce the availability of TEXTBLUE Translator, an automated text messaging language translation solution for any PSAP connected to the Text Control Center. The platform allows call takers the ability to invoke an automated language translation assistant that provides translation for inbound and outbound text messages. All messages are delivered to the texter and call taker in both languages. The first language available in Spanish, soon followed by predominantly English character languages such as French, Polish, and German. Other languages such as Chinese, Arabic, and Russian are in development. The service is readily is provisioned on the TCC and available for a nominal cost without custom software. According to AGENT511 TEXTBLUE Product Manager, Karen Dmytriw, “the ability to offer 9-1-1 centers automated language translation without software and networking customization, offers an exciting opportunity to fill the gap in the market. This helps to improve urgent calls for assistance by nearly 20% of the US population who are native non-English.” This capability leverages the capability available in AGENT511 browser solution available since 2015. Several major agencies will soon be piloting the Translator platform.

The solution is deployed as a hosted, managed service and was designed for emergency class performance. For more information, visit http://www.agent511.com.

About AGENT511
AGENT511 develops and markets interactive, two-way location-aware mobile phone messaging software solutions for public safety, utilities, and enterprises. Its suite of products includes self-service knowledgebase, broadcast notification, multimedia chat, and integrated messaging. Its customizable solutions are typically procured as a managed hosted service. AGENT511’s customers include major energy providers, public safety agencies, and financial services institutions.

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Biarca Achieves the Security Partner Specialization in the Google Cloud Partner Program

Biarca simplifies complex business problems through the use of cutting-edge technologies and expert engineering teams

Biarca simplifies complex business problems through the use of cutting-edge technologies and expert engineering teams

Biarca achieves the Security Specialization in the Google Cloud Partner Program

Biarca achieves the Security Specialization in the Google Cloud Partner Program

Google Cloud Recognizes Biarca’s Technical Proficiency and Proven Success in Security

This distinction demonstrates our teams’ commitment to delivering cutting edge technologies while being a trusted advisor to our clients.”

— Subha Rajana

SAN JOSE , CA, UNITED STATES , June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Biarca, an ITaaS cloud solutions consulting company, serving their enterprise customers, announced today that it has achieved the Security Partner Specialization in the Google Cloud Partner Program. By earning the Partner Specialization, Biarca has proven their expertise and success in building customer solutions in the security field using Google Cloud Platform technology.

Google Cloud Partner Specializations are designed to provide Google Cloud customers with qualified partners that have demonstrated success in assisting customers architect, build and secure their infrastructure; migrate, develop and secure applications on Google Cloud Platform.

“Achieving the Google Cloud Security Partner Specialization recognition is a very important milestone for us,” said Subha Rajana, CEO of Biarca. “This distinction demonstrates our teams’ commitment to delivering cutting edge technologies while being a trusted advisor to our clients.”

Biarca simplifies complex business problems through the following solutions:

Security and Compliance – Biarca’s secure cloud framework is a foundation on which their clients deploy cloud infrastructure, applications and data. Highly qualified security specialists offer gaps analysis / remediation planning, risk assessments, cloud native security controls and secure CI/CD workflows in building an effective and integrated security and compliance strategy.

Cohesive Cloud Services – Biarca’s cohesive cloud incorporates platform modernization and application re-engineering utilizing leading DevSecOps tools and practices.

Open Source Services – Biarca thrives across the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) technology landscape. Biarca certified engineers deliver innovative solutions to some of the most challenging IT problems.

Continuum Managed Services – AlWAYS available, ALWAYS secure and ALWAYS optimized. Biarca offers ongoing support focused on security and high availability to minimize downtime.

About Biarca
Biarca is an ITaaS cloud solutions consulting company, serving their enterprise clients. The firm works directly with their end customers, technology partners and channel partners such as value-added resellers and managed service providers. To learn more about Biarca, visit http://biarca.io

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“Impetigo Disease in Adolescents” – new explanatory article by Pediatrician Dr. Kenneth Pomar Rebong

Pediatrician Dr Kenneth Rebong, San Jose California

Pediatrician Dr Kenneth Rebong, San Jose, California

Dr Kenneth Rebong, medical doctor, California

Dr Kenneth Rebong, medical doctor, California

Dr Kenneth Rebong, medical doctor, California

Dr Kenneth Rebong, medical doctor, California

Kenneth Rebong, MD, doctor in California

Kenneth Rebong, MD, doctor in California

Kenneth Rebong, MD, doctor in California

Kenneth Rebong, MD, doctor in California

Impetigo is a bacterial disease which is highly contagious. It can be very painful and irritating. Dr. Kenneth Rebong explains in his new article.

Kenneth Pomar Rebong, MD (N/A:N/A)

If you observe any red sores, blisters, or lesions on your child’s skin and suspect your child to be infected by impetigo, consult your family doctor, pediatrician, or dermatologist immediately”

— Dr. Kenneth P. Rebong, pediatrician

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Impetigo is a bacterial skin infection mostly diagnosed in adolescents and toddlers aged between 2 to 5 years. It is caused when either Staphylococcus aureus bacteria or Streptococcus pyogenes bacteria infect an open cut, fresh scratch, or bite. It can infect any area of the body, but mostly targets the face, specially the area around the mouth, nose, and hands while infants can get irritable impetigo crusts and blisters in their diaper area as well.

Dr. Kenneth Rebong has published an overview article on this disease. The complete article will be published on the Blog of Dr. Rebong at https://drkennethrebong.wordpress.com/

This skin disease usually appears as red sores on the face, especially around a child's nose and mouth, and on their hands and feet. These blisters and sores are fluid-filled, the liquid in the sores makes the skin appear crusty similar to a honey coated surface. These sores burst and develop honey-colored crusts and itchy lesions on the skin.

The lesions caused by impetigo can be both painful and itchy. Although the infection itself is highly contagious, touching your own sores and blisters can spread the bacteria to other body parts as well, extending the affected area of impetigo across the body. The sores can spread to other body areas by infected fingers, clothing, bed linen, toys, and towels.

Symptoms

There are certain signs and symptoms that can help identify the infectious disease quickly and in a timely manner. Some of the most common ones include red sores that ooze a fluid on rupturing, formation of a yellow-honey colored crust over the sores after rupture, itching, and mild soreness. At times, a lesser popular form of this skin condition, known as bullous impetigo, can also be diagnosed. In this type of infectious disease, relatively larger blisters may appear. These blisters may appear on areas other than the usual ones, such as the on the trunk of the infected child.

Complications

This infectious disease can also lead to complicated, more painful conditions. For instance, a more severe form of impetigo, known as ecthyma, can also be diagnosed sometimes. Even though this condition is rare, it is very painful nonetheless. In ecthyma, the bacteria penetrates deeper, through more layers of the skin — resulting in extremely painful, pus or fluid filled blisters, which eventually turn into severe ulcers. These ulcers mostly leave the affected area scarred and are often accompanied by swollen lymph nodes increasing the pain even more.

Other rare complications of this infectious disease include:

* Cellulitis
Cellulitis is a more serious infectious implication of impetigo that affects the underlying skin tissues and can eventually spread to the lymph nodes and in the bloodstream. If left untreated, cellulitis can also become fatal.
* Kidney problems
The bacteria that cause the infectious disease impetigo can also at times damage and scar the kidneys.
* Scarring
Impetigo often results in deep ulcers that are often related to ecthyma. These ulcers an often be several skin layers deep and leave the affected area scarred.

Risk factors

There are certain factors that increase the risk of contracting this infectious disease. Some of these factors are age, exposure to an infected person in a crowded area, humid or warm weather conditions, and broken, bitten, or cut skin that can be infected by the bacteria. Adults and people with diabetes or a compromised or weak immune system are also more susceptible develop both impetigo and ecthyma.

Prevention

Certain preventive measures can prevent this infectious disease altogether, like keeping the skin clean and washing and cleaning any cuts, bites, wounds or scratches regularly. For preventing the infection from spreading from an infected person to other people, it is important to always keep the sores clean and covered, wash all the contaminated clothes, linens, and towels every day, and avoid sharing them. You could also wear gloves to prevent the disease from spreading.

Treatment

Impetigo, being a bacterial infection, can be easily treated with antibiotics. These antibiotics can be in the form of oral medications, ointments and creams. Although not sufficiently backed by enough scientific evidence, tea tree oil and honey are also often used as alternative treatments.

If you observe any red sores, blisters, or lesions on your child’s skin and suspect your child to be infected by impetigo, consult your family doctor, pediatrician, or a dermatologist immediately and quarantine your child to prevent further spread of the infection among other family members.

About Dr. Kenneth Pomar Rebong

Dr. Kenneth P. Rebong, a medical doctor in San Jose, California, specializes in Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. The scope of his practice is from age 0 to 21. He graduated from FEUNRMF University in Manila, Philippines and completed his residency at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA.

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