NEW YORK (AP) _ American Express Co. (AXP) on Friday reported second-quarter net income of $1.76 billion.On a per-share basis, the New York-based company said it had net income of $2.07.The results topped Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of 10 analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of $2.05 per share.The credit card issuer and global payments company posted revenue of $10.84 billion in the period, also beating Street forecasts. Eight analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $10.82 billion.American Express expects full-year earnings in the range of $7.85 to $8.35 per share.American Express shares have risen 35% since the beginning of the year, while the Standard & Poor’s 500 index has climbed 19%. The stock has increased 25% in the last 12 months._____This story was generated by Automated Insights (http://automatedinsights.com/ap) using data from Zacks Investment Research. Access a Zacks stock report on AXP at https://www.zacks.com/ap/AXPThe Associated Press
Then-junior outside hitter Nicolas Szerszen serves the ball in the 2017 NCAA tournament. Credit: Ashley Nelson | Station ManagerThe No. 1 Ohio State men’s volleyball team will face a familiar foe on Saturday: No. 7 BYU. The Buckeyes (1-0) beat the Cougars (1-1) in back-to-back national championship games, which means St. John Arena could have a tournament-like feel at 7 p.m. Saturday when the two teams take the court.The Buckeyes also will welcome Stanford (0-3) to Columbus for a 7 p.m. contest Friday.In addition to being national championship runner-ups, the Cougars have a powerful offense led by three seniors — outside attacker Brenden Sander, middle blocker Price Jarman and setter Leo Durkin — who were named to the preseason All-American team.Sophomore outside hitter Storm Fa’agata-Tufuga (28 kills, .333 hitting percentage in first match of season) and freshman opposite hitter Gabi Garcia Fernandez (35 kills, .288 hitting percentage in first match of season) also will pose a challenge for the Buckeyes. Redshirt junior middle blocker Blake Leeson believes his team’s match against BYU will be a necessary early test. “Right now, in the season, we aren’t as ready as we will be by the end of the year,” he said. “We still have a lot of kinks to work out at different positions… I’m looking forward to this weekend to see where we match up against some of the top teams in the country.”Ohio State senior outside hitter Nicolas Szerszen, the Volleyball Magazine National Player of the Year in both 2016 and 2017, jump-started his final collegiate season with the most votes for the preseason All-American team. He said he is excited to play against BYU in a nonchampionship setting for the first time.“They’re more of a physical team, where we’re more a technical team,” Szerszen said. “We still have to improve in a lot of technical components of our game … They might be more ready than us right now, but we’ll just see how it goes, give it our best, and play hard.”With two players named preseason All-Americans, Stanford also might be a source of stiff competition for the Buckeyes on Friday night. First-team All-American libero Evan Enriques and second-team All-American middle blocker Kevin Rakestraw might prove a difficult pair for the Buckeyes to deal with if Enriques is able to funnel Buckeye serves and attacks to Stanford’s setter for in-system attacks down the middle by Rakestraw. Stanford began the season ranked No. 10, but dropped out of the rankings after three losses to begin the year.“As we’ve watched some film and prepared our scout report, it looks like they had a couple of freshmen playing on the floor … At this stage of the season, it’s a learning process,” Ohio State head coach Pete Hanson said.Stanford and BYU aren’t the only teams with young players. After graduating four starters after the 2017 season, Szerszen, Leeson and senior outside hitter Maxime Hervoir are a few of the leading figures on an otherwise young Ohio State team.
She said Mrs Kuteh’s “spirituality blurred the professional boundary” between herself and patients.”Following reasonable management requests formed a pivotal aspect of Mrs Kuteh’s contract of employment with the Trust,” she added.Mrs Kuteh said she was “serious” about her Christian faith but did not impose it on patients.She said she would sometimes be prompted to initiate religious discussion with patients by questions on the pre-op questionnaire.She told the hearing: “I don’t want it to look like it was a habit. I would not always initiate it, only when I’m prompted in the questionnaire.”Mrs Kuteh said she would have liked to have had supervised practice and a weekly review instead of being sacked. Another patient said being subjected to such religious “fervour” by Mrs Kuteh was “bizarre”, and he compared the experience with a “Monty Python skit”.One other patient felt Mrs Kuteh spent more time talking about religion than completing a pre-operative questionnaire, according to statements submitted at an employment tribunal held in Ashford, Kent.Mrs Kuteh, a nursing sister with 15 years of experience, was sacked last August after several months’ suspension and referred to the Nursing and Midwifery Council for disqualification proceedings.She appealed but the panel agreed that the decision to dismiss Mrs Kuteh was “entirely appropriate”.The hospital denied that she had been sacked because of because of her faith. Instead Victoria Leivers-Carruth, who chaired the hospital trust’s appeal hearing, said the panel believed Mrs Kuteh was using her one-to-one time with patients to “impose her religious beliefs” on them. She said in a statement: “We did not believe that Mrs Kuteh was being disciplined because she was a Christian.”It was apparent to us that Mrs Kuteh was disciplined because she had engaged in conversations about religion that were unwanted by patients and contrary to her line manager’s instructions.”At a hearing on Thursday her lawyer Pavel Stroilov said that she had simply been doing her job by showing compassion to people who were suffering. He said: “A nurse without compassion would be unworthy of the name. On top of performing her immediate duties, a good nurse would try and find kind words to say to her patient.”Sarah Collins, general manager for medicine at Darent Valley Hospital, said she had been given warnings about her behaviour but had “persisted with questioning patients on religious grounds”. A Christian nurse who was fired for offering to pray with patients before surgery was simply showing “compassion”, a tribunal heard.Sarah Kuteh lost her job last year after patients complained that she talked more about religion than their procedures and told them that if they prayed to God they were more likely to survive. Mrs Kuteh was dismissed for gross misconduct from Darent Valley Hospital in Dartford, Kent. Eight patients who were “extremely vulnerable” and facing surgery had submitted complaints about her behaviour.Now her case has been brought to an employment tribunal after she claimed she was unfairly dismissed. One cancer patient facing bowel surgery complained after mother-of-three Mrs Kuteh told him if he prayed to God he would have a better chance of survival. She said: “I love nursing, I love what I do and I love talking to patients.”What I wanted the trust to have done was to give me the opportunity to show a change.”Tribunal judge Martin Kurrein reserved judgment. I love nursing, I love what I do and I love talking to patients. What I wanted the trust to have done was to give me the opportunity to show a change.Sarah Kuteh A view of Darent Valley Hospital in Dartford, KentCredit: Gareth Fuller/PA Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Yukon Premier Sandy Silver announced the news of investment to support Yukon mine development at a press conference this past weekend. A combined C$360 million in federal and territorial funding will be used to improve road access in two mineral-rich areas of Canada’s Yukon territory.The announcement was made at a Saturday (September 2) press conference during Justin Trudeau’s first visit to the Yukon as prime minister. The federal government will contribute C$247,381,000 to the project, said Trudeau, while the Yukon government will provide C$112,802,000.Called the Yukon Resource Gateway Project, the initiative will focus on the Dawson Range in Central Yukon and the Nahanni Range Road in southeast Yukon. It will help upgrade over 650 km of road and build or replace numerous bridges, culverts and stream crossings.The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) applauds the investment “in critical infrastructure that will greatly assist the territory in seizing growth opportunities in the mining industry.“Two MAC members have projects in the region: Goldcorp’s Coffee project and Western Copper and Gold’s Casino project. These projects will contribute billions in new investment in the territory, and will create thousands of direct and indirect jobs.”“This collaboration between both levels of government is exactly the strategic action needed to capitalize on the significant mineral potential in the Yukon and across Canada’s North. In turn, sustainable mineral development will help grow the economy, and contribute to building healthy and vibrant local and Indigenous communities,” stated Pierre Gratton, President and CEO, MAC. “We thank the Prime Minister and the Yukon Premier for their leadership and we hope this serves as an example of what can be replicated to great success across the northern regions of the country.”Infrastructure plays a critical role in the industry’s competitiveness and Canada’s ability to attract new mining investments against other countries. At the same time, the Canadian mining industry’s growth opportunities are increasingly located in areas where infrastructure is severely lacking or does not exist. A recent study found that the infrastructure deficit across the territories and northern areas of the provinces has been inhibiting sustainable mining development, despite the significant mineral potential that exists in these regions. The study found that it costs up to six times more to explore, and more than double to build a mine in remote and northern Canada compared to southern regions of the country.
L’Iran affirme avoir éradiqué StuxnetIran – Soulagement du côté iranien. Le gouvernement assure que le virus informatique Stuxnet a été nettoyé. Des rumeurs stipulaient que des installations nucléaires étaient menacées dans le pays.L’Iran ne semble plus menacée. La semaine dernière, le virus Stuxnet s’était infiltré dans les réseaux informatiques de plusieurs équipements informatiques iraniens et avait créé un mouvement de panique puisque les rumeurs soutenaient qu’il menaçait des installations industrielles et nucléaires du pays. Les spécialistes ont a priori maîtrisé le malware, qui a muté au moins trois fois avant d’être éradiqué : “Ce virus a été créé il y a un an et a collecté des informations sur les ordinateurs industriels. Les ordinateurs personnels étaient les plus affectés par le malware”, explique Mohsen Hatam, vice-ministre de l’Industrie. Ainsi, le seul but de ce virus était de collecter des informations sur les ordinateurs. L’Inde, l’Indonésie et le Pakistan ont aussi été touchés.Le 4 octobre 2010 à 12:23 • Emmanuel Perrin
Former Bayern Munich manager Ottmar Hitzfeld believes his old club must invest in the transfer market due to a lack of competition for placesThe Bundesliga champions have signed Canadian teenage winger Alphonso Davies from MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps FC.Atletico Madrid’s Lucas Hernandez and Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi have both also been recently linked with moves to the Allianz Arena.And Hitzfeld believes it’s essential Bayern bring in new players in order to address the clear lack of depth in their squad.“Of course they have to do something – that’s clear,” Hitzfeld told AZ.Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“What they have neglected this season is that there isn’t really any competition at some positions.”But the 69-year-old doubts there will be any big January arrivals at Munich, despite reports suggesting Bayern have agreed to fork out €80m on Lucas.“This season, Bayern will be observing closely, but they won’t make any hectic transfers in the winter,” added Hitzfeld.Hitzfeld coached Bayern in two separate spells between 1998 to 2008 and led them to five league titles along with a Champions League crown.
Bike Clark County Founder Eric Giacchino is no stranger to bike theft. A fleet of bikes used by the organization for an after-school bike education program was stolen out of the empty Hough Pool on Aug. 9.He took a bike of the same model to display at last weekend’s Vancouver Brewfest on Saturday, where the organization was offering free valet bike parking. People were very sympathetic about the loss, he said.A lot of people are afraid to ride their bikes somewhere and leave them unattended because they might get stolen, Giacchino said. Even when bikes are locked up, parts and accessories are prey to theft.“There are so many expensive things on people’s bikes now,” he said.Lights, reflectors, bike pumps and speedometers can be detached from a bike. Expensive parts, such as carbon fiber wheels, saddles, or handlebars can be unbolted and removed in a few steps. A bike with expensive add-ons may be worth up to $10,000, he said.“Somebody’s spending $400 or $500 on a wheel, they’re going to protect it,” Giacchino said.Companies in the bike industry have tried to combat theft by making small cable locks to tether parts like seats and wheels to the bike frame.
Uber drivers in San Francisco protest in front of the company’s headquarters. Dara Kerr/CNET Uber drivers around the world took the streets on Wednesday to protest their wages. From Sydney to London to New York to San Francisco, drivers say they’re working increasingly long hours for increasingly less pay and it’s becoming impossible to earn a living. Along with protests, drivers in several cities are shutting down their apps for 12 hours as a form of strike against the ride-hailing company. The strike and protests come two days before Uber is expected to debut on the stock market with an initial public offering that is expected to raise around $9 billion and would value Uber at about $91.5 billion. That means hundreds of Uber employees will likely become overnight millionaires and the disparity of wealth between company employees and drivers will get even wider.”When I started it was part time, but now everyone is full time just to pay our bills,” said San Francisco driver Mostafa Makled and one of the organizers of the Bay Area protest. “Every year they change their policies regarding their rates.”Uber has changed drivers rates over the past couple of years, according to Harry Campbell, a Los Angeles driver who runs a popular blog called The Rideshare Guy. The company often makes these changes without a lot of warning or explanation to drivers.This isn’t the first time drivers have protested against Uber. Over the years, they’ve become increasingly unhappy with steadily lower pay, longer working hours and little to no support. They’ve staged protests, filed lawsuits, quit driving for the company or switched to rival Lyft. For its part, Uber has rolled out new initiatives in an effort to make things better for drivers, such as in-app tipping, a feature that pays drivers extra if they have to wait for customers and 24/7 phone support. Uber’s very existence depends on retaining drivers, because without them, it doesn’t have customers. Still, drivers say these initiatives aren’t enough.San Francisco protestAbout 100 drivers gathered in San Francisco in front of the company’s downtown headquarters. The atmosphere was more festive than tense as a brass band played and protestors chanted, “What do we want? Fair pay. When do we want it? Now.” Some people toted signs saying “Uber CEO: $43 million/year, Uber driver: $9/hour” and “Uber you are driving us to poverty.”One of the protestors was Shannon Liss-Riordan, the lawyer who’s brought several cases against Uber on behalf of drivers. These lawsuits center around Uber’s classification of drivers as independent contractors, rather than employees. Drivers must pay their own health insurance and don’t get benefits like sick days or vacation leave; they also have to pay for their own car maintenance, gas and other associated driving costs.Liss-Riordan has said that a lot of Uber’s success is built on the backs of the drivers and that the company shifts many of its costs of running a business onto workers since they aren’t classified as employees. She said she was happy to see the drivers come together for the protest on Wednesday.”It’s when people come together that they make a difference,” Liss-Riordan said. Gary Branson has been an Uber driver in the Bay Area about two years. He said he’s given about 5,000 rides with Uber, but he still can barely earn a living. Share your voice Uber, Lyft IPOs to mint next batch of Bay Area millionaires Uber tries to ‘rebuild the love’ with drivers. Can it work? Uber’s IPO filing dishes on frenemies, synergies and #DeleteUber Related stories Tags 5 Comments Tech Industry Roadshow “I live an extremely minimalist lifestyle and see what I can do to move past this situation,” Branson said. “Uber could charge more for their rides and pay their drivers enough to pay their rent.”Makled and the group he organizes with, called Gig Workers Rising, said he’s reached out to Uber headquarters a number of times about driver conditions but hasn’t heard back. So he’s taken his battle to California’s capitol and has met with Gov. Gavin Newsom and a handful of senators. He hopes to get laws passed that will better protect drivers.”[Uber is] pressuring everyone to drive 70 to 80 hours a week,” Makled said. “And that needs to stop.”Uber didn’t return request for comment. Uber
‘Cannon Busters’ Is The Black Anime We’ve Been Waiting…Casio G-SHOCK Unveils ‘Akira’-Inspired ‘Neo Tokyo̵… Stay on target As we all know, no brand can ever truly stay dead again, and anime brands are no exception. Was your first anime experience as a 90s American child watching Dragon Ball Z? Well here’s Dragon Ball Super. Was Sailor Moon more your speed? Here’s Sailor Moon Crystal. Even Pokemon, a brand that never actually went away, is chasing those nostalgia bucks with a new movie that’s a retelling of the anime’s first arc. But if you’re a fan of monsters of the digital variety, your current nostalgia anime of choice is Digimon Adventure Tri.Since 1997 the Digimon media franchise has had plenty of anime shows and video games and card games and weird little virtual pets that scan barcodes. But Digimon Adventure Tri is specifically a follow-up to the first two seasons of the anime, set in a shared continuity, that first introduced Greymon and the gang to lots of American kids when it was dubbed in the early 2000s.One of those kids was me, which is why Digimon Adventure Tri is an exception to my famous anti-anime stance. Nostalgia’s a hell of a drug. I also find the project’s structure to be intriguing. It’s essentially a third season of the original show. But the 24-ish episodes are being bundled as a series of six, thematically connected movies released every few months. The season began in late 2015 and should end either late this year or in early 2018. It’s always a nice surprise when the next film unexpectedly drops just as I was starting to forget.The first Digimon Adventure Tri film got dubbed into English late last year. It even featured (most of) the original voice cast and a remix of the classic theme song. But Japan is already up to the fourth film in the sextet, and I watched it over the weekend.First, a recap. After the mostly ignored events of Digimon Adventure 02, the original Digidestined are now high school students with high school problems. Their spirits are lifted when their Digimon partners suddenly reappear in their lives in the real world. However, this is just the prelude to a larger threat involving powerful infected monsters, the Digital World bleeding into the real world, a new girl named Meiko and her partner Digimon I don’t know why I should care about yet, and what looks to be the Digimon equivalent of a Sith Lord.Compared to the hyperactive original kids show, Digimon Adventure Tri has thus far been a slow and kind of artsy show. At its worse, it can feel like plodding filler, but at its best, it’s mature and moody in a way that reflects the older characters. Each film is named after the dominant emotion of the narrative. This most recent film, Loss, deals with the Digidestined attempting to reconnect with their partner Digimon after an emergency reboot wiped their memories. The plot still slowly grinds in the background, but it’s the more human (and digital monster) drama that the movies seem actually interested in. The first film set this precedent by making the driving theme guilt over the destruction the Godzilla-esque Digimon brawls cause in the real world. You don’t think about that stuff as a child.Of course, there are still fights. Every film so far ends with a kaiju rumble between some new big bad monster and one the friendly partner Digimon, the one at the center of that particularly film’s drama, evolved into their previously unseen Mega form. Loss is no exception. After being hostile towards her partner Sora due to the reboot, Biyomon finally accept’s Sora’s love and Digivolves into Phoenixmon to save the day, at least for now.These showdowns also show off the higher animation quality thanks to the feature film production values and more relaxed release schedule. It’s no Studio Ghibli, and you can tell the lengthy transformation sequences are just being used and reused to kill time because anime, but the computer critters are all very pleasant to look at.Let’s be real, while its games were inferior, Digimon’s serialized plot was always superior to Pokemon’s. I still remember how the surprisingly depressing first Digimon movie (basically Mamoru Hosoda’s Summer Wars version 1.0) messed me up as a kid. Digimon Adventure Tri continues that tradition, even if it’s more for fans who’ve grown up more than current young children. But don’t take my word for it. I hate anime! See Digimon Adventure Tri for yourself with Crunchyroll.
There are only a handful of big gaming conferences on the calendar each year, and next to E3 the Tokyo Game Show (TGS) has to be the stand out event. With both Sony and Nintendo being Japanese companies you usually get the odd surprise announcement and at the very least new footage and details of games that excited us at E3 earlier in the year.This year TGS is sure to be impressive as 146 companies have signed up to show off their latest games, hardware, and peripherals. But while there will be no shortage of stuff to look at for attendees, Japan is still suffering power issues following the devastating earthquake in March and subsequent Fukushima nuclear plant problems.At a conference that has thousands in attendance and relies on electricity powering the TVs, consoles, and lights, you can’t really turn stuff off for a while. So the organizers of TGS have come up with another solution: drastically reduce the power required for the entire event.In fact, new technology seems to have come to the rescue of TGS. One of the biggest power drains at this and any public indoor event is providing enough light to the huge halls. Until now that has meant installing large conventional light bulbs that consume hundreds of watts of power each. Not this year, though. TGS is switching to LED lighting for the first time and with it intending to save at least 25% on previous year’s power requirements.Attendees may also have to suffer a little as TGS won’t be turning on the escalators that travel down. We’d also suggest turning the ones that go up off too so everyone gets a bit more exercise, but there’s probably a health and safety reason why that can’t happen.TGS runs between September 15-18 this year and is sure to include more details on the Wii U, PS Vita, and Microsoft’s plans for world console domination using Kinect.via Andriasang
Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Sohail Akhavein isn’t one to shy away from dressing how he wants and showing off a bit of skin. Everyday moments of gay history captured on new websiteThis film sums up the hidden meaning of Grindr messages everywhereGay men, stop hot-shaming me for going to the gymRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/gay-man-warned-dress-subtly-dad/ Gay man told to ‘dress subtly’. | Photo: Instagram eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) — Sohail (@sideofhail) June 9, 2018The event went ‘swimmingly’ with no nip slips, reports Sohail.He said: ‘There was a neighbor who told me she wished I would have informed her of my suiting option before the meeting before because she would have worn the same suit jacket.’‘You’re not alone’When asked what advice he would give to people who are told to tone down their identities, Sohail said you should always feel safe enough to express yourself authentically.He explained: ‘I want to start by saying that I want to check my privilege here.‘I know that it’s not normative for many queer, disenfranchised people to have the safety, space or community to be authentic to themselves – whatever that means to them.‘I also know that having the fervent support of my family – specifically my Middle Eastern father – is a gift that I would never take advantage of, because that too gifts me positional privilege,’ he said.Photo: @sideofhail / Instagram‘If you’re in a position where you can be safe and express yourself around others, I encourage you to do that — but know that if you’re not, and you’re unable to currently display the external version you’re hoping to in the world at large, know that you’re not alone.‘Oppressed communities are some of the most loving, open and warm communities because that oppression creates binding love when you speak openly about shared trauma.‘When it’s accessible, be yourself — community can be, and often times is family,’ he said.See also – the time Sohail’s mom sent his ‘thirsty’ pictures to a carpenter – landing him a date.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . In fact, it seems it’s earned him a bit of a reputation.In preparation for a community luncheon in his home town of Minneapolis, Minnesota, a fellow local resident warned him: ‘Tone it down so the focus can be on the community and not your body.’Photo: @sideofhail / InstagramThe warning comes about after a previous incident involving an unfortunate ‘semi-subtle’ nip slip due to a low-buttoned blouse he stole from his mom.Sohail explained to GSN: ‘I don’t want to mention names, but I have what I would describe as a casual nemesis.‘Ever since I attended a community progressive dinner party and served an array of Lunchables on a silver platter and Capri Suns I filled with white wine,’ he said.So how did the event go?In deciding what to wear, Sohail consulted his father.But his dad simply responded: ‘Buy yourself the loudest suit your big gay heart desires.’His dad then deposited some money into the 31-year-old’s bank account and told him to go crazy.Sohail then took to Twitter to explain what happened next. He tweeted: ‘I’ll be making a donation in my dad’s name to a local LGBT mental health organization with the funds he gifted me.‘[I] wore something I already had in my closet that fit the brief,’ he added.He ended up wearing an old blue leopard suit that once belonged to his mom.Update: I’ll be making a donation in my dad’s name to a local LGBT mental health org w/the funds he gifted me & wore something I already had in my closet that fit the brief.Much like my queerness, I don’t take the love & acceptance I’m gifted for granted in any capacity pic.twitter.com/fdEV7wVCgU GAYSTARNEWS-
Tijuana, Baja California — Two exotic cats have been discovered inside shipping boxes at the Tijuana airport in Baja California.Federal police found the two baby cats in separate wooden shipping crates, neither of which accompanied the paperwork required to have such animals. Inside the parcel area, police found a baby Bengal tiger and black jaguar.The package originated in the state of Mexico, bound for a destination in Tijuana. The General Law of Wildlife prohibits the shipment of these types of animals without the proper documents. The animals were seized by local police who said the babies have been passed on to the appropriate wildlife authorities.The animals were found by airport police while they carried out a routine drug inspection on arriving shipments. Animal trafficking and the exploitation of animals is illegal in Mexico. Hundreds of animals are found each year and seized by authorities for rescuing.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)
News | Digital Radiography (DR) | June 28, 2019 Springfield Clinic Deploys 17 Carestream Digital X-ray Systems Springfield Clinic implemented 14 Carestream DRX-Evolu read more Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Walkaround AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:25Loaded: 11.42%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:25 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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News | Radiology Business | June 26, 2019 Konica Minolta Healthcare and the Emory Healthcare Innovation Hub Partner to Drive Innovation in Healthcare Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. read more July 30, 2009 – Erie County Medical Center Corp. of Buffalo, N.Y. has ordered two DIRECTVIEW DR 7500 Systems from Carestream Health for its new digital Orthopaedic X-ray Suite in order to generate high-quality digital X-ray images in seconds. Erie County Medical Center Corporation (ECMC) is a nationally recognized regional center for trauma, burn, rehabilitation and cardiac care, and is also a major teaching facility for the University at Buffalo. The Department of Imaging Services provides state-of-the-art imaging services to more than 75,000 Western New Yorkers every year. ECMC acquired Carestream Health’s DR 7500 system through a locally-owned Western New York medical imaging distributor—GXC Imaging. The DR 7500 system’s single- and dual-detector configurationsoffer outstanding flexibility for a wide variety of general radiography examinations—including trauma—with remarkable convenience, productivity and patient comfort. The DR 7500 also easily accommodates the integration of images captured with Carestream Health’s computed radiography systems already in use at ECMC. The company’s DIRECTVIEW Capture Link System integrates its DR and/or CR Systems to improve digital workflow and productivity in high-traffic areas Carestream Health offers several DR systems for patient x-ray exams, as well as a comprehensive family of single- and multi-cassette CR, tabletop, and mobile (Point-of-Care) systems. The company’s broad portfolio of CR and DR systems offers hospitals, imaging centers, orthopaedic practices and other healthcare providers with the latest in digital image capture for patient imaging studies. 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