Shriner’s Childrens is committed to offering unique, patient-centered care for children around the world. Since opening their first hospital in 1922, the nonprofit has provided specialty medical care for children and their families regardless of insurance status or the ability to pay.
Robots may not possess empathy, but they provide precision
and consistency that’s hard for even the most highly trained
health professionals to replicate.
Can AI-informed technologies hit the medical
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Robodoc co-creator Dr. William Bargar talks with Comstock’s
about the legacy of Robodoc.
VestLife, founded by a special needs attorney, enables
parents of children with developmental disabilities to
organize, manage and instantly access their child’s key
disability information via one secure web app.
Breast milk has antibiotic-like health benefits? It sure does. Matrubials, a startup out of UC Davis, is developing products that use breast milk components to treat bacterial infections.
Talk to any member of the 3fold Communications team and you’ll immediately see the same characteristics. They are hungry for opportunities to learn and support their clients. They are human, working towards a healthy work-life balance. They are humble, eager to support their team and community.
Each issue, we dig into the working habits of a top executive in the Capital Region, providing insight into how they get things done.
Joe Karapetyan and Garib Karapetyan share a last name, though they’re not related. But most importantly, they share a vision.
The State of California’s Master Plan for Aging states that by 2030, demand for residential care and housing will double. According to the Department of Human Services, at least 70 percent of the population over age 65 will require some type of post-acute care, including assisted living and skilled nursing or rehab services.