October 20, 2020

Automotive slow but medical a bright spot for Engel

Injection molding machine builder Engel Austria GmbH is looking at back-to-back annual sales declines of 20 percent, in part because automotive manufacturing slowdowns caused by the pandemic exacerbated other problems in that market.

The 75-year-old company saw sales of 1.3 billion euros for its 2019-20 fiscal year that ended in March, CEO Stefan Engleder said at an Oct. 8 virtual news conference.

“The outlook for this fiscal year, as we are half way through, we estimate will decline again by approximately 20 percent,” Engleder said.

Company officials said machine orders from automakers had already slowed because of doubts about future power train concepts as well as uncertainty about the fallout from the Dieselgate scandal, where cars were rigged to pass emissions tests.

“Investment has been held back by the OEMs because they’re still threatened with high penalty out of the diesel scandal,” Chief Sales Officer Christoph Steger said. “And there’s

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Lyft partners with Epic for non-emergency medical transportation

Lyft will boost its non-emergency medical transportation business through an integration with Epic’s electronic medical record system. The rideshare company said it will allow clinicians to schedule a ride for their patients from their health record, and make it easier for health systems to collect data on the impact of their transportation programs.

Health systems Tampa General and Ochsner Health currently use Lyft for non-emergency medical transportation services. Rides are ordered through Lyft’s Concierge platform, which allows businesses to pre-order rides for employees or clients.

“Access to reliable transportation is a common barrier to seeking healthcare, especially for our most vulnerable patients,” Dr. David Carmouche, Ochsner’s senior vice president for community care, said in a news release. “By teaming up to integrate Lyft into Epic – our established health record system – Ochsner is providing a solution that makes it easier for patients to seek out high quality care when

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Lyft And Epic In Deal To Ease Medical Transportation

Lyft and Epic, an electronic health record firm, are partnering to help alleviate patients’ transportation barriers to healthcare services.

The ride-sharing giant said Thursday it is “integrating with Epic,” which is used by thousands of U.S. hospitals and health systems across the country, for non-emergency medical transportation. The companies said the new “Lyft for Epic” will make it easier for healthcare providers to order a Lyft ride on behalf of a patient. Financial terms of Lyft’s relationship with Epic weren’t disclosed.

The ability of doctors, hospitals and health insurers to communicate with

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Pasteur Medical Founder’s Tahiti Beach Home Sells

24 Tahiti Beach Island Road (Douglas Elliman)

24 Tahiti Beach Island Road (Douglas Elliman)

The estate of the late founder of Pasteur Medical sold his Tahiti Beach Island estate to Raymond Gonzalez, the head of ambulance and transportation companies.

The late Manuel Enriquez, who founded the South Florida-based medical provider, died earlier this year. His estate sold the waterfront home at 24 Tahiti Beach Island Road to Gonzalez, CEO of MCT Express, an ambulance company in Broward County.

The 15,563-square-foot Coral Gables mansion sold for $10.3 million. It last sold in 2015 for $10.1 million.

Hilda Jacobson and Nora Gonzalez of Douglas Elliman represented the seller in the latest sale, while Michael A. Diaz with Miami Brokers Group represented the buyer.

The eight-bedroom, eight-and-a-half bathroom home first went on the market for $13.5 million in 2018 and was most recently asking $13.9 million.

The property, built in 1996, is located on just over an acre of land

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HokuApps Empowers HPH Transport to Better Serve Non-Emergency Medical Transportation During COVID-19

HokuApps Built a Customized Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Programs For HPH Trasport To Make Patients Lives Easier

When the entire global population was worried about the COVID-19 pandemic disaster, HokuApps LLC. enabled operations automation at HPH Transport by building a technology-based solution that allowed the latter to enable easier scheduling of medical transport for their clients, with regard to non-emergency medical needs. Given the present COVID-19 circumstances, this has helped both the overstretched healthcare facilities and their ill, elderly, and physically challenged patients.

Said, Sal Guagliardo, Senior Vice President, Operations, HPH Transport, “The deployment of this versatile apps is clearly a game changer in the present fraught times of COVID-19. It gives a fillip to our non-emergency medical transportation programs by enabling contactless, convenient and hassle-free transportation for their patients to enable them to keep their medical appointments. We are extremely satisfied with what HokuApps has developed for us”

HPH Transport

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Frequent Medical Exams After A Car Accident

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