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April 20, 2021

Meet the Pandemic Pivot of the Year nominees (small-medium businesses) for the 22nd annual Mira Awards


The Pandemic Pivot of the Year (Small-Medium Businesses) award recognizes tech employers who responded in remarkable ways to the COVID-19 pandemic. As vaccines roll out and we collectively navigate towards this “new normal” everyone keeps talking about, we want to…

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April 13, 2021

PHINs: Addressing the Fundamental Flaws that Have Broken Healthcare


Most physicians and healthcare professionals work tirelessly to provide effective patient care. However, they are doing so while exhausted, stressed, overworked, and without the information or tools necessary to achieve patient care goals. It is simply not possible to learn,…

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April 6, 2021

Healthcare’s Precision Medicine Imperative


When it comes to healthcare in the U.S., we expect services that cater to…

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March 19, 2021

Indianapolis Business Journal | BioFutures 2021


The first signs of trouble appeared in December 2019 when Chinese health officials confirmed the existence of dozens of cases of a pneumonia-like disease. By February it had a name, COVID-19, and a month later the world began to shut…

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March 18, 2021

Leveraging Lab Insights To Improve Short- and Long-Term Response To COVID-19


From the earliest days of the pandemic, demand for greater transparency into COVID-19 data was high while the fluid nature of public health reporting impacted the ability to make well-informed decisions. As a result, local public health and healthcare officials were simultaneously…

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March 7, 2021

Doctor shares travel safety tips


INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Spring break is quickly approaching for many schools. For those looking to travel during the pandemic, there are some things to do in order to stay virus free. Dr. Peter Plantes, an internal medicince doctor and hospital…

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March 3, 2021

Covid “Long-Haulers” research


INDIANAPOLIS — Covid “long-haulers” are people who have symptoms that linger long after they’re no longer contagious. Dr. Peter Plantes, hc1 Physician Executive, explains some of the research underway into these patients.

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February 24, 2021

COVID Data Surveillance by County


In an article for wishtv, Dr. Peter J. Plantes, physician executive at hc1, likens the collection and surveillance of this data to The Battle of Britain during World War II. where radar was developed to “know where the planes were…

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February 16, 2021

TechPoint announces nominees for 22nd annual Mira Awards Honoring ‘The Best of Tech in Indiana’


TechPoint, the nonprofit, industry-led growth initiative for Indiana’s technology ecosystem, announced the nominees for its 22nd annual Mira Awards program. The Mira Awards is the state’s largest and longest-running technology excellence and innovation recognition program, and the annual gala celebrates…

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February 16, 2021

TechPoint Announces Mira Award Nominees


Indianapolis-based TechPoint has unveiled the nominees for the 2021 Mira Awards, honoring the “Best in Tech in Indiana.” The nonprofit growth accelerator for the state’s tech sector says this year’s event will be held virtually in April and includes more…

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February 16, 2021

Family Genetic Origins Lend the Clues to Personalized Precision Care


Moving to “health care” instead of “sick care” Unfortunately, many of our interactions with physicians and doctors are more about “sick care” rather than “health care.”  These episodic medical encounters are missing critical timely information about a person’s overall medication…

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February 10, 2021

‘No right answer’: Here’s why Indiana’s vaccine rollout prioritizes age groups over essential workers


Allowing each state to determine its own novel coronavirus vaccine rollout has the feel of a scientific experiment. States such as Indiana that opt not to follow the federal blueprint of prioritizing essential workers and seniors may wind up faring better or…

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