Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Medical Center administrator wins North Bay Business Leadership Pride award

These events have had a devastating impact on our community at large and on our Kaiser Permanente community, as many physicians and employees lost their homes in 2017 and have been rebuilding ever since. Along with my team of leaders, my most significant achievement has been that we have helped keep our county and medical center community safe.

What are you most proud of regarding the achievements of your organization, your work and/or your community activities when it comes to the Pride movement?

I’m incredibly proud of Kaiser Permanente’s commitment and proven dedication to health care equity for the LGBTQ community.

For example, we were one of the first health plans in the country to cover gender-affirming surgery. Before I transferred to Northern California, I served as the Administrative Director for the first-ever Kaiser Permanente Center of Excellence for Culturally Competent Care for LGBTQ Health Care Equity at Kaiser Permanente’s

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Kofax Wins PrintIT Award for Best MFP Business App

IRVINE, Calif.–()–Kofax®, a leading supplier of Intelligent Automation software for digital workflow transformation, today announces Kofax ControlSuite™ was named Best MFP Business App at the PrintIT Awards, the inaugural event held by PrintIT Reseller magazine. The PrintIT Awards celebrate the achievements of the ever-changing multi-function printer (MFP) industry with a comprehensive awards program.

Kofax was honored for helping enterprises digitally transform their organizations with Kofax ControlSuite, a market-leading, fully-integrated solution for capture and print management capabilities in MFPs.

ControlSuite delivers automated content-based workflows by helping customers capture digital documents, extract and classify critical information and route the resulting content to disparate systems and individuals. With a focus on security and productivity, ControlSuite increases speed, agility and resiliency while accelerating digital transformation,says Mark Wallin, Vice President of Commercial Product Management at Kofax. “A recent Keypoint Intelligence survey found there’s a 55

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OCU team wins national Business Analytics contest

By Darla Shelden, City Sentinel Reporter —

OKLAHOMA CITY – A team of students from Oklahoma City University’s Meinders School of Business recently won the annual Business Analytics Competition hosted by Manhattan College in New York.

The team from OCU included Lauren Snare, Tyler Laurick, Ben Kelly and Charlie Freeman. The team advisor is Jacob Dearmon, economics professor and director of the Ronnie K. Irani Center for Data Analytics at OCU.

With the help of a staff of students, the center conducts research for clients in a variety of areas including businesses, governments and non-profit organizations. The students present their work to the clients once the project is complete.

“I am so proud of our students,” Dearmon said. “Their analysis appealed to both academic and industry judges alike; namely highly targeted, value-added recommendations based on sound technical analysis communicated in a visually appealing way.

“As our students wrestled with the

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Meghan Markle wins privacy claim against British newspaper -ANI

Washington [US], February 12 (ANI): The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle on Thursday won a privacy claim in her case against a tabloid newspaper that published a handwritten letter to her estranged father Thomas Markle.
Meghan had sued a newspaper publisher Associated Newspapers Limited after the group’s tabloid The Mail had printed portions of a handwritten letter that she had sent to her father in 2018, reported CNN.
The judge ruled that “the disclosures were manifestly excessive and hence unlawful,” and that there would be “no prospect that a different judgment would be reached after a trial.”
“She enjoyed a reasonable expectation that the contents would remain private and not be published to the world at large by a national newspaper; the defendant’s conduct in publishing the contents of the letter was a misuse of her private information,” Justice Mark Warby wrote.
The publisher and tabloid had previously stood by

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