Archive for May, 2017

Adam Equipment Presents TFT Towing Force Transducer at Forensics Europe Expo 2017

Monday, May 1st, 2017:

TFT towing force transducer The TFT towing force transducer helps crash investigators pinpoint the vehicle’s path and velocity before, during and after impact Milton Keynes, United Kingdom (PRWEB) April 26, 2017 Adam Equipment, a leading provider of weighing instruments worldwide, will be an exhibitor at Forensics Europe Expo from 3-4 May 2017 at Kensington Olympia Exhibition Centre in London. During the expo, Adam will spotlight its TFT towing force transducer, along with the HCB M Highland approved portable precision balance, and Nimbus precision and analytical balances. The TFT towing force transducer is a specialised system used after an accident […] Read More →

University Radiology Makes Strategic Investment in openDoctor

Monday, May 1st, 2017:

Logo Our patient response to openDoctor has been extremely positive, with more and more patients taking advantage of open access and convenience New York, NY (PRWEB) April 27, 2017 East Brunswick, N.J. — University Radiology, New Jersey’s largest provider of subspecialty radiology services, today announced it has made a strategic investment in openDoctor, a leading provider of real-time access and engagement tools for ambulatory outpatient services. The secure HIPPA complaint openDoctor platform allows patients, referring providers and call center staff to schedule complex appointments in real-time. Patients can also complete smart forms, receive appointment reminders, and submit payments to […] Read More →

J.C. Ramirez bounces back from a rough start – Orange County Register

Monday, May 1st, 2017:

ARLINGTON, Texas — The education of J.C. Ramirez, starting pitcher, continues to unfold in a fashion better than the Angels likely expected. The latest positive development was Ramirez showing that he can be effective even when he’s not at his best. After he allowed three of the first four batters to reach base in Sunday’s game, with command and velocity both lacking, he nonetheless solved his issues and pitched 5-1/3 innings, with only two runs scoring. “It was just a battle,” Ramirez said. He said his battle began with plate ump Bill Miller giving him only about four pitches, instead […] Read More →

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