Edinson Cavani is going to be one of the stars of the summer. PSG striker ends contract this summer and does not intend to renew, aware that with Neymar junior, Mauro Icardi (they are expected to incorporate it in property) and Kylian Mbappé, you will not have as many opportunities in the starting eleven of Thomas Tuchel as he would like. 9 It is difficult to find a nine of such a level and surely there are several teams that fight to convince him. The Uruguayan was very close in winter to sign for the Atlético de MadridBut the negotiations broke down at the last moment. Now, L’Equipe echoes the Uruguayan media to explain that Boca Juniors is following in the footsteps of the footballer. The idea is for him to play alongside Carlos Tevez on the front xeneize and the player would be reduced to return to South America to be closer to home. In addition, he has repeatedly dropped that he would like to wear the Boca Juniors shirt: “Boca is a team that shoots me, I like it.” To make matters worse, his partner Leandro Paredes said last month that the Uruguayan would like to play in the Argentine club.
Although this is nothing new, the healthcare industry is continually adopting cloud computing trends and using it to streamline and improve their ability to care for patients, manage technology and enhance the industry as a whole.In a recent move, IBM and Aetna teamed up to help bring cloud based care to Puerto Rico and exchange health information and to effectively make better decisions in regards to patient care. In a country where less than 6% of doctors are utilizing heath information technology, this could prove to be an extremely valuable infrastructure investment. With OpenView Venture Partners most recent investment in a web based EMR solution, (Prognosis), we agree technology trends in HIT are extremely valuable for the end users.The solution will give doctors the ability to analyze multiple patient data sources, which in turn will help to highlight gaps in care and clinical research.The set up for the doctors is a simple SaaS (more details on SaaS here) monthly fee model — allowing them access to all healthcare IT and services without the need to make a large investment upfront for infrastructure costs. Furthermore, as the patient database grows, the doctors have the ability, through the technology, to scale the system accordingly and in real time — cloud computing at its best.As cloud computing moves across industries, it is allowing professionals to utilize best practices in a more fluid environment. Giving doctors in Puerto Rico more insight into how to best care for their patients is an exemplary way to prove how valuable this technology really is.See more at Healthcare IT NewsOn an a bit of an unrelated note, my firm OpenView Venture Partners recently launched a website that is dedicated to expansion stage tech companies in an effort to collect and disseminate the best new ideas: Labs. Check it out and feel free to provide any feedback or contributions.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis