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Latest vRad Webinar: Building World-Class Breast Imaging Services Virtually Anywhere with Telemedicine Best Practices

vRad is dedicated to advancing the practice of radiology for clients and the patients we collectively serve.


(PRWEB) March 03, 2015 — vRad (Virtual Radiologic), the nation’s largest telemedicine company and radiology practice, today announced that Arlene Sussman, MD, a highly regarded breast imaging and breast health expert, will host a live webinar to explore how telemedicine best practices allow for the access and delivery of specialized breast imaging services for women virtually anywhere. Click here to register for “Building a World-Class Breast Imaging Service Line” on March 4, 2015 at 1:00 pm CT.

Hospitals must find ways to provide additional value to patient communities by offering new services, like women’s imaging, or improving the efficiency of existing ones, regardless of geographic location. Challenges for expanding women’s health resources include affordable access to fellowship-trained mammographers and the full range of breast health-related expertise, including screening and diagnostic mammography, breast ultrasound and breast MRI. Dr. Sussman will discuss how telemedicine can offer ways to quickly implement new—or enhance existing—breast imaging services, so women everywhere can obtain higher quality specialized imaging at a lower cost to hospitals.

vRad’s partners leverage its patented clinical platform and imaging workflows to access on-demand breast center-level quality imaging services, resulting in faster turnaround times for diagnoses to physicians—and communication of results to patients. Telemedicine best practices also include real-time delivery of diagnostic results using virtual consultations with technologists, referring physicians and even patients, when required.

“vRad’s clinical telemedicine partners have on-demand access to breast center-level services and quality—whether they are serving women on Park Avenue in New York or in the mountains of rural California,” said Dr. Sussman. “That means any healthcare facility can expand compassionate and cost-effective women’s health services, like early detection and screening mammography, virtually anywhere, so underserved patient communities have faster and broader access to high quality, life-changing clinical expertise.”

Dr. Sussman is Medical Director and Director of vRad Breast Imaging. She holds medical licenses in 46 states and Washington, D.C. and has more than 20 years of dedication to breast cancer education and awareness. She has expertise in digital mammography, breast tomosynthesis (3D mammography), breast sonography, and breast MRI, along with stereotactic-, MRI- and ultrasound-guided biopsies. She is a graduate of Cornell University Medical College and trained at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital and New York University Hospital. She previously served as director of the Department of Radiology, Outpatient Division at Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and as director of Women’s Imaging at Winthrop University Hospital. In addition to teaching appointments at Cornell University Weil Medical College and the New York Institute of Technology, she is a member of the Long Island Radiological Society, the Society of Breast Imaging and vRad’s New York Radiology Alliance (NYRA) practice.

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About vRad

As a global telemedicine company and the nation’s largest radiology practice, vRad (Virtual Radiologic) is dedicated to advancing the practice of radiology for clients and the patients we collectively serve. vRad’s radiologists read over 7 million patient radiology reports annually and have an average of over 18 state licenses and 100+ facility credentials to read studies for hospital, health systems and radiology group clients.

vRad is also a leader in healthcare informatics: its RPC(SM) (Radiology Patient Care) Indices are the first findings-based national and peer group benchmarking metrics for the use of radiology imaging. The company’s analytics platform includes more than 30 million imaging studies, growing at 600,000 per month. vRad’s clinical expertise and evidence-based insight help clients make better decisions for the health of their patients and their practices. For more information about the Company, including vRad’s Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award, please visit For real-time updates, follow us on Twitter (@vRad), or “like” us on Facebook.

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Trail & Ski Offers New Boot from Vasque Boot Company

Tallahassee, FL (PRWEB) February 26, 2015

Trail & Ski has a new boot in stock. Vasque Boot Company recently redesigned the Breeze GTX, the no. 1 selling boot for men and women last year, and it is now available at Trail & Ski.

The new boot, called the Breeze 2.0, has been an overwhelming success. The fit of the booth has improved with more room in the toe box, and the ankle height has been increased for extra support. The Breeze 2.0 is lighter, tougher and more breathable.

Originally designed using running shoe technology, the new design exemplifies “out-of-the-box comfort” and requires less time to break in. The Breeze set the pace over a decade ago, and now the Breeze 2.0 has picked it up considerably.

Trail & Ski has all the best equipment and gear for outdoor enthusiasts. They carry a large selection of items from the leading brands, including Obermeyer, Spyder, Superfeet and Vasque. Customers can always count on Trail & Ski for all their outdoor needs.

To learn more about the Vasque Boot Company and the newly-redesigned Breeze 2.0 boot, visit For more information about Trail & Ski, call 850-531-9001 or visit their website at

About the company:

Trail & Ski has been Tallahassee’s premier outdoor shop for more than 30 years. Trail & Ski’s staff is friendly and knowledgeable. They are outdoor enthusiasts who spend lots of time in the great outdoors. Trail & Ski’s staff assesses their customers’ needs and finds the right products to make their outdoor adventure a success. Their goal is to continue to meet and exceed customer expectations. Whether the trip is a weekend hike or a week-long ski trip, Trail & Ski will outfit their customers correctly.

Join the Trail & Ski E-Club to receive priority notice regarding special events, promotions and e-only offers from Trail & Ski. For more information, visit their website at Visit them at their Capital Circle location in the Esposito’s Garden Center.

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The Entrepreneurs Foundation Announces EF Impact Award Recipients

Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 02, 2015

Today, the Entrepreneurs Foundation (EF) announced the recipients of five community-focused awards to be formally recognized at the annual Texas Independence Day celebration on Monday, March 2. Award winners include Gene Austin,,, Jones-Dilworth Inc., and the Austin Startup Games.

Each year the EF Impact awards recognize the Community Leader of the Year as well as three member companies for their contributions to the communities in which they operate, collectively known as the Culturati Awards. Member companies are categorized by size into three groups: small (less than 50 employees), medium (50 – 100 employees), and large (greater than 100 employees). The Foundation generates a scorecard to assess, aggregate, and quantify these contributions across company programs and community impact. Lastly, a new category, called the Mountain Award, has been announced for the 2015 ceremony. This award recognizes the launch of a successful organization or program that encourages and rewards innovative corporate culture.

Gene Austin, CEO, President and Director at Bazaarvoice, was recognized as the 2015 Community Leader of the Year for his outstanding corporate and civic leadership. “It’s an honor to be recognized in the company of leaders past and present who have contributed so much to Austin by inspiring us all to be better corporate citizens,” said Austin. “We live, work and play in the greatest city in America that is fueled by a spirit of teamwork, volunteerism and investment in our future. I’m constantly amazed by our community’s individual and collective commitment to apply passion and expertise in ways that meaningfully improve the quality of life for us all.”, a leading online custom printing provider, won the Culturati Award for large companies with the execution of numerous community-wide endeavors over the past year, including Canville, Philanthropitch, and CreateAThon which each bring together talent and sponsors to benefit local nonprofits. “It has been a huge year for us in accelerating corporate culture at BuildASign,” said Dan Graham, CEO. “Beyond events, we have developed culture-focused programs for our employees such as matched donations, volunteer time off, and a payroll deduction plan.”, the leading online credit card marketplace, won the Culturati Award for medium-sized companies with their continued focus on employee benefits, including volunteer time off and employee recognition for community engagement. “We’re thrilled to be named a winner of the Culturati Award, especially after we successfully hosted our first-ever week of giving in 2014,” said Chris Speltz, CEO. “In just five days, 57 of our employees dedicated themselves to serving eight nonprofits. It was genuinely inspiring, and we look forward to serving the community further in the coming year.”

Jones-Dilworth, Inc. (JDI), a boutique consultancy that brings emerging technologies to market, won the Culturati Award for small companies with their donation of over 319 hours of pro bono design and public relations work, and their monetary support of 11 different organizations in the Austin community in 2014. “JDI is enormously lucky to have grown up in Austin, in a community that prizes giving and getting help” said Josh Jones-Dilworth, founder and CEO. “I love that in Austin we still get our hands dirty, stubbornly independent of title, calendar, inbox or bank account. Austinites make time, from scratch if need be. And I love how favors here aren’t transactional IOU’s, but rather the natural byproduct of a special camaraderie. The principle of the thing still matters in Austin; pro-bono isn’t just an aesthetic. I’m struck by the degree to which Austin’s collective corporate culture shaped who we are at JDI, and who we are becoming. We’re honored to be part of a long tradition of modern, innovative philanthropy.”

The Austin Startup Games, a nonprofit that unites high-growth tech companies in friendly competition to build great cultures while giving back to their local communities, won the first annual Mountain Award for launching a successful organization that encourages and rewards innovative corporate culture. Executive Director Gillian Wilson, Jay Manickam (uShip/Everfest), Shawn Bose (uShip/Deily), Chuck Gordon (SpareFoot), Dan Graham (BuildaSign), Henrik Johansson (Boundless Networks), and Joshua Baer (Capital Factory) are the champions and Board Members of The Austin Startup Games. “The Games are instrumental in the tech community,” said Jay Manickam, Co-founder of uShip & Everfest, “A group of intrinsically motivated entrepreneurs successfully came together for the greater good, giving back to the community while having an amazing time doing so.”

2014 was a momentous year for giving back in the Austin community. In total, EF and member companies donated a total of almost $ 1.4 million. This includes almost $ 1.2 million in cash to nonprofits, $ 170,000 in youth entrepreneurship programs, and $ 25,000 in in-kind donations. EF’s member companies volunteered 12,694 hours of their time to philanthropic activity organized and supported by EF, across 2,265 people. 9,220 of those hours came directly from the companies receiving EF Impact awards. Across the Culturati Award recipients, Bazaarvoice, uShip, and SpareFoot, the leaders recognized in this year’s EF Impact Awards increased headcount by a total of 208 employees.

These achievements, in addition to the Community Leader of the Year, Culturati, and Mountain Awards, symbolize a movement in corporate culture that EF will be highlighting with the launch of the Culturati Conference. The event is slotted to take place in September of 2015 and will assemble innovative CEO’s from across the country to engage in a dialogue about corporate culture as a critical driver of business performance, growth and sustainability.

“We are extremely proud of, and humbled by, the contributions we’ve seen within the EF community over the past year,” said Eugene Sepulveda, CEO at the Entrepreneurs Foundation. “It is also validating to quantify the effects of positive corporate culture right here in our backyard, especially as we’re designing our upcoming Culturati Conference. 2015 will be truly transformative.”

The Texas Independence Day Celebration will take place on Monday, March 2, 2015 from 5:30 – 7:00 PM CT at Silicon Laboratories. The event is invitation only. To learn more, please contact info(at)amplifyaustin(dot)org.

About EF

EF helps companies build successful corporate cultures that drive business performance and enrich their communities through entrepreneurship.

Founded in 1999, the Foundation provides structured programs and events that help build and promote successful corporate cultures, making Central Texas an even better place to live, work, and play. EF is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

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Hip Resurfacing at Texas Orthopedics Enables Patient to Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro

Austin, Texas (PRWEB) February 26, 2015

The hip resurfacing procedure at Texas Orthopedics has not only enabled local pastor and Central Texas resident John Short to resume his active lifestyle, it has improved his mobility so much, he has set out to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain in the world, in an effort to help stop human trafficking.

Starting in his late 20s, Short suffered from early onset degeneration. His condition gradually worsened and eventually his hip bones and sockets were bone on bone.

Then about five years ago, Short turned to Texas Orthopedics and learned about a technique called the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing Procedure.

Randall Schultz, MD, an orthopedic surgeon at Texas Orthopedics explained, “With Birmingham hip resurfacing, we are placing a new surface on top of the ball that has lost the cartilage that previously coated it.”

Unlike a total hip replacement where the ball is removed from the top of the thigh bone, hip resurfacing allows patients to preserve much of their own bone, leaving more healthy bone available in case a total hip replacement is necessary later in life.

“We’re leaving their bone in place and putting a cap on the diseased, arthritic ball. So we preserve more of the patient’s bone,” Schultz said. “It’s an ideal procedure for the younger, active patient because traditional hip replacement surgery removes more bone making future revision surgery more difficult.”

Hip resurfacing can sometimes be used in patients older than 60 years old whose bone quality is strong enough to support the implant, but Short was an ideal candidate for the procedure because of his age.

Well documented through independent clinical and laboratory studies, and with more than 10 years of clinical history, more than 125,000 Birmingham hip resurfacing implantations have been performed worldwide. Dr. Schultz was the first surgeon in Central Texas to perform the newer technique.

Since having the procedure done in 2010, Short, a pastor at Gateway Church, has moved on to bigger and better things. He is able to do all physical activity — including running, hiking and cycling – again, and is putting his newfound health to good use.

At the end of February, he will climb Mt. Kilimanjaro – nearly 20,000 feet above sea level — with 30 other people from around the world with Operation Mobilization: the Freedom Climb.

“It’s representative of a woman, a girl or young lady to actually climb out of her situation,” Short told KVUE-TV in a recent interview.

The goal of Operation Mobilization: the Freedom Climb is to raise awareness and funds for Operation Mobilization projects around the world that help transform the lives of women and children who are being exploited, enslaved and trafficked by breaking cultural cycles of oppression through education, skills training and basic support systems for women.

“Now I have an active lifestyle,” Short told KVUE-TV. “I can do this, and because I have a heart to want to help those women across the world get out of their situation.”

About Texas Orthopedics:

Texas Orthopedics is the largest provider of comprehensive musculoskeletal services in Central Texas, with specialized expertise and broad experience in the areas of general orthopedics, sports medicine, joint replacement, spine, foot, ankle, hand, shoulder, elbow surgery and non-operative spine and neck care. Texas Orthopedics has six locations in Northwest Austin, Central Austin, South Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park and Marble Falls. For more information about Texas Orthopedics, visit

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The Estates at Sugarloaf Mountain Courts Seattle Homebuyers with New Oversized Custom Home Sites in Maple Valley

With breathtaking views that showcase the Cascade foothills as well as hillsides rooted with western hemlock, red alder and big leaf maples, the 640-acre gated neighborhood will offer 93 home sites.

Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) February 27, 2015

The Estates at Sugarloaf Mountain, a new gated neighborhood in Maple Valley, is offering homebuyers something they haven’t been able to find before in King County – large hillside custom home sites paired with access to the highly regarded Tahoma School District and the ability to build the home of their dreams.

With breathtaking views that showcase the Cascade foothills as well as hillsides rooted with western hemlock, red alder and big leaf maples, the 640-acre gated neighborhood will offer a total of 93 home sites ranging in size from 2.5 acres to more than 11 acres.

A total of 10 lot sales have already been recorded in the community’s first 30 days and spec homes from Curtis Lang, JK Monarch Homes and MainVue Homes are expected to debut in the first quarter of 2015.

Taking its name from the area’s 1,490-foot Sugarloaf Mountain, the community includes more than 250 acres that will be dedicated to preserving open space and will provide a natural outdoor recreation space.

The expansive home sites are also permit-ready – a plus for buyers – and feature public water from Covington Water District as well as pre-approved septic systems.

The Estates at Sugarloaf Mountain is also the first “large lot” community of its kind with a road design that treats and distributes storm-water runoff through the use of LID porous pavement to protect groundwater quality.

“This is one of those rare opportunities where everything aligns perfectly,” said Thomas Barghausen, president of Barghausen Consulting Engineers, Inc., developer of The Estates at Sugarloaf Mountain. “We feel buyers will recognize the value of a community where the home sites are large enough to preserve the peace and tranquility of the area while still providing them with an opportunity to build the home of their dreams.”

Shopping, dining and retail is available at the newly expanded Four Corners commercial center in Maple Valley while recreational opportunities like Lake Retreat and Ravensdale Retreat Natural Area surround the community, offering access to parks, rivers, lakes, trails and campsites.

The Estates at Sugarloaf Mountain is located at the intersection of 316th Ave SE and SE Kent Kangley Road in Ravensdale. For more information on The Estates at Sugarloaf Mountain, please visit

About Barghausen Consulting Engineers, Inc.

Barghausen Consulting Engineers, Inc., is a multi-disciplined professional services firm offering civil engineering, land surveying, land use planning, and related services. Established in 1982 by Thomas A. Barghausen, P.E., President, the firm has grown steadily over the years to incorporate a staff of over 100+ employees. Our corporate headquarters is located near Seattle in Kent, Washington. We have branch offices in Olympia, WA; Long Beach, CA; and Walnut Creek, CA. We work extensively throughout the Pacific Northwest and California, and provide services in many other areas of the country, as well as in Canada and Puerto Rico. For more information, please visit

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Women’s History Month – March 26, 1942, the First Jewish Transport Arrived in Auschwitz; it was Comprised Entirely of Girls and Women

(PRWEB) February 25, 2015

Rena’s Promise stands alone among Holocaust memoirs for its historical importance and NOW REVEALS remarkable NEW INFORMATION about the First Women in Auschwitz*:

How the Slovakian government sold these girls for slave labor to the Third Reich;
How parents believed their daughters were going to a government work camp;
How many of the girls and women died in the first six months (50 were teenagers);
The names of every girl and woman on the first transport and their ages;
Incredible previously untold stories of some who survived and some who did not.

Talking Points:

Why do so few people know that the First Jewish Transport to Auschwitz was made up entirely of girls and women?
Why was the First Jewish Transport to Auschwitz comprised solely of young women?
What are the positive messages we can learn from these young women that will give their lives meaning?
What can Holocaust History teach us about the issues women face from extremists and fanatic militants today?

“A poignant and important act of remembrance.” —Sir Martin Gilbert

Schedule an interview about the First Women in Auschwitz with Holocaust biographer, Heather Dune Macadam, and the daughters of Rena and Danka, this Women’s History Month.


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Surf & Stream Campground, Toms River, New Jersey

Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) February 17, 2015

Despite the frigid temperatures blasting the Jersey Shore area this week, many outdoor enthusiasts think it’s the perfect opportunity to grab their fishing poles. The cold air is ideal for those who enjoy ice fishing, where the recommended minimum thickness of ice surfacing the water is four inches. Check out the ponds and lakes located near Surf & Stream Campground that are popular fishing locations.

Lake Assunpink is located in Monmouth County, New Jersey near Millstone. The 6,300 acre park includes man-made lakes, wood roads and access to uplands and open fields. A prime area for ice fishing, visitors also use the trail for hiking, mountain biking and XC skiing. Guests can have a relaxing day at the new fishing pier at Atlantic Highlands Municipal Harbor in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey. Known for deep sea fishing, the harbor also features restaurants, tennis courts, charter boats and other outdoor activities for the warmer months.

Surf & Stream Campground has RV and cottage sites available all year round. Visit their website to make a reservation at For more information on fishing in New Jersey, go to

About Surf & Stream Campground

Surf & Stream Campground is a family-friendly RV park located near all of the most popular beaches at the Jersey Shore. The campground includes a full-size swimming pool, picnic area, activities for all ages, weekend events and more. For more information about Surf & Stream Campground, visit their website at or call 732.349.8919.

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Mora, MN (PRWEB) February 25, 2015

Online Christian movie retailer, is now offering ‘Unbroken’ DVD Legacy of Faith Edition at a discounted rate enabling consumer to save a good deal of money. The company is offering a pre-release sale which will be available until March 24, 2015. The movie “Unbroken” is a true story of Louis Zamperini. This movie is the survival and renewal of faith of Zamerini who is a prisoner of war and held in a Japanese internment camp during World War II. This edition of the movie also includes 90 minutes of bonus content. offers Biblical movies, Children movies, Christian documentaries, Christian family entertainment, Christian comedies and various others. These movies have a strong message to inspire, entertain and educate the audience. They also teach the values and principles of family and love.

A testimonial from a representative of states, “We believe media and entertainment are gifts from God that help us spread his message with creativity and excellence. Our goal is to serve you and your family by giving you a great way to spend quality time with one another, learning from and enjoying Christian movies and TV programs that enrich your hearts while putting smiles on your faces! We offer all the top New Release Christian movies and Feature Films.”

About is an online retailer with a mission to offer the greatest Christian and family-friendly films in the world at a great price. It is owned by Lukas Media, a family-owned company whose owner and staff believe that God is honored through hard work, good service, and quality products. They hope that the customers’ experience with will reflect those qualities. Their business philosophy is guided primarily by two passages found in Colossians; “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men,” and “Whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.”

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Team Filters Fast Supports The Cystic Fibrosis Xtreme Hike 2015

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) February 26, 2015

Ray Scardigno, the President of is giving back to the community by participating in the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation “Xtreme Hike for a Cure” on April 18, 2015. Cystic Fibrosis, an inherited chronic disease, affects the lungs and digestive system of about 30,000 children and adults in the United States (70,000 worldwide). is proud to support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and is giving its customers a chance to show their support by making a donation to Team Filters Fast. All donations are 100% tax-deductible. Join the list of proud supporters for the Xtreme Hike to help find a cure. Donations will be used for investing in programs vital for supporting Cystic Fibrosis research, care and education. will match each donation up to $ 7,500. customers can donate by visiting Team’s donation page as well as upon checkout on the website.

Since 2004, remains fully committed as the authoritative resource in air filters and water filters. The company offers first-rate products at the best competitive prices. They strive to add to their customer’s overall quality of life by simplifying a sometimes mundane, yet very necessary task. For more information about their wide-range of air filters and water filters, visit or call customer service at 1-866-438-3458.

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Bnatrl Launches Prenatal Multivitamin & Mineral Supplement Made from Raw Whole Foods

Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) February 26, 2015

Representatives with BNatrl ( today announced the launch of its prenatal multivitamin and mineral supplement made from raw whole foods.

“The market for prenatal vitamins is filled with synthetic and questionable ingredients that confuse consumers,” said Bo Gustafsson, head of product development for BNatrl. “The BNatrl prenatal vitamin gives the critical vitamins for fetal development with ingredients from organic whole foods.”

BNatrl’s product, which was released on Jan. 2, only contains raw whole food ingredients – even the capsule is made from plant-based cellulose. It is also free of commonly found binders, fillers, allergens, pesticides, and contaminants.

Gustafsson stressed that the body is made to digest raw natural foods, which is why BNatrl uses raw fruits and veggies to maximize absorption of the nutrients.

As a result, users experience no upset stomach.

The pills can be taken at any time of day.

“The ginger and vitamin B6 help ease the stomach and the real fruits and veggies make for easier digestion,” Gustafsson said.

Lis Herrey, CEO of BNatrl, said, “I personally have one daughter and one daughter-in-law currently pregnant and there wasn’t really anything on the market I could recommend wholeheartedly,” Herrey explained. “With the launch of this whole food prenatal vitamin there finally is.”

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About BNatrl LLC

BNatrl is a for-profit social enterprise that develops and manufactures natural, organic products and renewable energy products. Ten percent of the profits are used to improve health in developing nations.

Our mission is to provide natural, healthy, and environmentally friendly products and maintain a sustainable business model focused on creating products to improve health in developing nations. This is why we have dedicated a portion of our profits for this cause. To accomplish our mission, we provide a fun work environment where all employees are treated fairly and with respect, with the customer as our number one priority.

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