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Krystal Perkins has 237 articles published.

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Loretta Gallagher Details How New EMR Systems Help Hospitals Capitalize on Their Informatics Teams

Implementing a new electronic medical record (EMR) system is a long and difficult process. It requires employee training across all levels, countless hours of engineering, and a lengthy trial and error period. Nevertheless, it is a necessary step towards modernization that all industries must achieve to operate efficiently. The healthcare field, expectedly, is no different.… Keep Reading

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3 Day Remodeling LLC Shares Their Remodeling Survival Guide

Remodeling a home is one of the easiest ways to increase its value and refresh one’s everyday environment. The problem, however, is the fact that this venture requires a lot of time, effort, and money. After all, high-quality remodeling consists of hiring the right individuals, carefully choosing the new look, and overseeing all the works.… Keep Reading

Management Consulting
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Steven Noske Explains Management Consulting

Steven Noske is a management consultant and an expert in the field of oil and gas. With more than three decades of experience, he understands all layers of a successful business. Through his own practice, Ausoco Energy Management, Noske helps small companies expand their business and achieve their goals. Although managing projects and operations is… Keep Reading

Mark Hanrahan
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Mark Hanrahan Discusses Real Estate, Accounting, and Important Skills

Mark Hanrahan is the founder and owner of Markmel Co. and a certified public accountant as well as a real estate expert stationed in Urbandale, Iowa. He started his career by obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting from the University of Northern Iowa. Additionally, he also holds an MBA degree from Drake University. He… Keep Reading

Nando Caporicci
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Nando Caporicci Discusses Raising a Child With Autism

Nando Caporicci is a cryptocurrency, blockchain, and Bitcoin expert that works in the tech sector. He graduated in 1994 from Concordia University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. After entering the workforce, he primarily worked in the business field. To that end, he also pursued an MBA degree in 1998 from the City… Keep Reading

Brian Setencich
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Brian Setencich on Property Management

Brian Setencich is a general manager for a property management company First Service Residential. Before fulfilling his current role, he worked for the city council in Fresno, California. Also, he participated in the 911 Emergency Response Project for San Francisco as an operations manager. Before entering the work industry, Brian Setencich attended California State University.… Keep Reading

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Arnold Budhram on New York Business and Home Improvements

Arnold Budhram is an experienced carpenter and entrepreneur living in New York City. After immigrating to the United States from Guyana in 1990, Arnold opened his own business, Arnibina Home Improvements, which he successfully operated for over a decade. As a high-end carpenter, New York business owner, and family man, Arnold Budhram is living the… Keep Reading

Miss Bongo
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Meredith Stevens of Miss Bongo Discusses Digital Design

As the VP for Digital Design for Miss Bongo, Meredith Stevens spends her summers in Santa Monica, California and her winters in Bondi Beach, Australia. Stevens is a talented graphic designer who brings the character Miss Bongo Prix to life with her fun and quirky artistic style. Stevens supervises a team of graphic artists who… Keep Reading

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Individual Advocacy Group Supports Adult Children with Disabilities

In 2015, almost 40 million Americans were identified as having disabilities that affect their daily life. Although the vast majority of them are not institutionalized, they require varying degrees of support to live successfully in the community. Instead, most people with intellectual/developmental disabilities will want to choose providers like the Individual Advocacy Group (IAG). Non-Stop… Keep Reading

agricultural spraying
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Derek Wheat Discusses Farming, Pesticides, and Monocrops

Derek Wheat is an organic farmer from California. He currently owns Derek Wheat Organic Farms in Rancho Palos Verdes. Although he started years ago, he still operates his business with the same passion. Before being a farm owner, he went to the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at UC Davis. After graduating, he began… Keep Reading

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