Space Florida and UCF Announce Top 20 CAT5 Companies
December 16, 2013 (AP) A man who said he found an abandoned newborn girl wrapped in newspapers outside a central Florida convenience store was arrested Monday and charged with lying to investigators. Ralph Garlick Jr., 53, originally told investigators that he had found the baby after hearing her cry, Volusia County Sheriff’s deputies said. He flagged down a newspaper deliveryman, who then called 911. Garlick identified himself to authorities using his dead brother’s name, but under further questioning, he admitted the baby belonged to his girlfriend, although he isn’t the father, officials said. Garlick said his 34-year-old girlfriend didn’t want the newborn girl and that he was trying to find a safe place for the baby, authorities said. Garlick also told investigators that the girl was born early Monday morning in an apartment complex in Orange City.
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Florida Blue and Orlando Health Create Accountable Care Arrangement
In addition, the top 10 finalists will compete to receive one of two monetary awards totaling $150,000 – through Space Florida sponsorship. The Top 10 finalists include: *CyberFactors (New Smyrna Beach, FL) – cyber risk analytics *Helicon Chemical Company (Orlando, FL) – advanced fuels and propellants *HySense Technologies (Rockledge, FL) – detection of flammable/gas leaks *NanoPhotonica (Orlando, FL) – materials for flat panel displays/lighting applications *Plasmonics (Orlando, FL) – next-generation infrared systems *ReliOx Corporation (Gainesville, FL) – antimicrobial and disinfectant products *RINI Technologies (Oviedo, FL) – meso- and microscale thermal management *SeaTorque Control Systems (Stuart, FL) – hybrid, electric propulsion systems *Sensory Integrated Solutions (Gainesville, FL) – pneumonia-related sensor systems *TrueVitals, Inc. (Gainesville, FL) – non-invasive medical vital signs monitoring system All selected finalists will present at the Innovation Concourse of the Southeast (ICSE) Manufacturing and Safety event on June 3, 2014. Prior to their presentations, the University of Central Florida’s Venture Accelerator will match finalists with expert mentors that will provide business strategy coaching leading up to the event. “These types of events really promote the growth of Florida-based, high-tech businesses by enabling possible funding sources to hear their innovative business models,” said Space Florida President Frank DiBello. “We believe Space Florida’s additional financial award will provide the top two forward-thinking companies a little extra support as they grow their businesses.” The additional 10 finalists, who will have an opportunity to present to funding sources (but not compete for the additional financial awards) include: Advanced Technologies and Testing Lab (Tampa, FL); Elebev (Miami, FL); Fitness Medical Systems (Titusville, FL); General Capacitor (Tallahassee, FL); hEar Gear Inc. (Melbourne, FL); Innovatech Engineering (Tallahassee, FL); Paracosm (Gainesville, FL); Statim Technologies (Clearwater, FL); Vapster-Diesel (Delray Beach, FL); and World Housing Solutions (Edgewater, FL) – rapidly deployable and thermally efficient shelters for military, oil and gas, and remote lab industries.
10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Florida Blue and Orlando Health Physician Partners announced today the execution of an accountable care agreement, which aims to improve the quality and efficiency of patient care in the Orlando area. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120904/MM67207LOGO ) Through this arrangement, Orlando Health and Florida Blue plan to improve the individual patient experience, while also decreasing medical costs, by enhancing the coordination of care between the two organizations. Starting on Jan. 1, 2014, the accountable care program will utilize a value-based compensation structure and serve as another example of Florida Blue’s payment innovation efforts being deployed in the state. It will decrease medical costs and increase quality outcomes by rewarding the right combination of goals, including transparency, care coordination, consumer empowerment and lack of redundancy.