About Syniti Syniti was founded in 1996 to solve business’ complex data challenges, bringing synergy between data and business, and delivering confidence and progress along clients’ business transformation journey. Through a combination of unique data expertise, services, and intelligent software leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning, we help clients manage their data journey from data conversion to data quality, data archival and replication, master data management, analytics, information governance, and data strategy. Syniti is a portfolio company of private equity firm BridgeGrowth Partners LLC. Syniti is an SAP Solution Extension Partner. … [Read more...] about Syniti Deepens Global Alliances Focus for Synchronized Client Success and Long-term Growth
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Loe said on Wednesday the volume of coronavirus cases has grown immensely in her hospital, Riverside University Health System Medical Center in Moreno Valley, and that the hospital's ICU is at capacity. But they have not yet expanded into their surge plan, such as canceling elective procedures or transforming other hospital units into ICUs. … [Read more...] about These California doctors flew to New York to fight Covid-19. Here’s what they learned.
The situation in Napa comes at a time when Bay Area health care workers are worried about protection and testing due to the coronavirus pandemic. But the consensus changes, even from unit to unit, within certain hospitals. Some workers are pushing employers to increase and improve testing, while others say they feel well-protected and can get tested on their own. … [Read more...] about Bay Area hospital workers exposed to coronavirus want more testing for themselves
Kenyon isn’t alone. The pandemic has been challenging for patients and physical therapists. Ben Braxley, interim manager of the Mercy Outpatient Rehab Center, says while his offices are open, there are a lot of changes. Patients are kept physically distanced and even required to wear masks. Some use video conferences. While there are options, he worries some won’t use them and delay their care during the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Sacramento 8-Year-Old’s Hopes To Walk Halted By Pandemic