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TACOMA, Wash. - Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is receiving criticism from lawmakers in his own party over his shifting economic reopening plan, with a group of Democrats from the state’s second most populous county threatening the possibility of a special legislative session. The lawmakers from Pierce County, south of Seattle, are upset that Inslee paused the plan that left their county stuck in a phase with tighter COVID-19 restrictions. The letter, sent Thursday afternoon, was signed by eight Democrats in the House and Senate and four House Republicans. It comes the same day that the Washington Hospitality Association launched a petition to follow California’s lead and fully reopen the state on June 15. Dozens of other states have already set plans to fully reopen their economies, include including New York and New Jersey, which have set a May 19 goal. The letter states that while they don’t dispute the rising numbers in Pierce County that have only recently started to level out, the decision to pause Pierce and three other counties with more restrictions while allowing counties that were set to roll back to continue to have more business activity “damages both our confidence and communities.” ___ THE VIRUS OUTBREAK: — EU proposes joint approach to develop COVID-19 treatment drugs — India hits another grim record, adding 400,000 new cases — Support grows for intellectual property waiver on virus vaccines; snags remain — Vatican health conference features Dr. Fauci, Pope Francis — and Aerosmith ___ Follow more of AP’s pandemic coverage at https://apnews.com/hub/coronavirus-pandemic and https://apnews.com/hub/coronavirus-vaccine ___ HERE’S WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING: TOPEKA, Kan. — Kansas has requested less than 9% of its federal allocation of COVID-19 vaccine doses for this week, as Republican state lawmakers try to revive proposals to ban government vaccine passports and restore limits on tracing the close contacts of people exposed to the virus. Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly’s office said Thursday that the state asked for fewer than 14,000 vaccine doses for the week, out of a federal allotment of almost 162,000. While the state sought its full allotment of 6,400 doses of a one-shot vaccine made by Johnson & Johnson, it requested only 7,510 doses of its allocation of 155,540 doses of two-shot vaccines manufactured by Pfizer and Moderna. Kansas has seen its vaccination rate slow in recent weeks. It peaked at an average of 29,380 shots a day for the seven days ending April 6 and averaged only 11,872 for the seven days ending Wednesday, according to state Department of Health and Environment data. Counties have been turning down vaccine doses as demand has waned, and while the department reported that more than 1.95 million shots had been administered as of Wednesday, there still were almost 647,000 more doses available. The health department in Sedgwick County, home to the state’s largest city of Wichita, has reduced the operations of its vaccine clinic by 10 hours a week because of falling demand, The Wichita Eagle reported. ___ NEW YORK — New York City wants to begin offering coronavirus inoculations to tourists by stationing vaccination vans at Times Square and other attractions, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday. The city needs state approval to vaccinate visitors and hopes to get an OK as soon as this weekend. The state Health Department didn’t immediately comment on the proposal. De Blasio called it “a positive message to tourists: ‘Come here. It’s safe, it’s a great place to be and we’re going to take care of you.’” “It’s a show of goodwill. It’s a welcome,” but not a requirement, the Democratic mayor said. He said the city has no plans to track tourists’ vaccination status. Besides Times Square, the vans would appear in such places as Central Park, Brooklyn Bridge Park and the High Line elevated park, de Blasio said. Visitors would get the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine, so they wouldn’t have to follow up with a second shot. ___ CHICAGO — Illinois will further lift coronavirus pandemic restrictions this month including increasing capacity limits at museums, events and gyms. Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Thursday that the changes will start May 14 with the goal of full reopening next month if cases continue to decline. Capacity at museums, theatres, gyms, offices and stores will be increased to 60% from 50% currently. Pritzker says the light at the end of the tunnel is getting brighter. The Illinois Department of Public Health reported 1,778 new COVID-19 cases, which is the the lowest in several weeks. ___ SAO PAULO — Brazil’s health minister Marcelo Queiroga on Thursday said that he is concerned about the possibility of waiving intellectual property rules for COVID-19 vaccines, as it could jeopardize efforts to purchase vaccines from pharmaceutical companies. “My fear is that we do not have the conditions, even after waiving (restrictions), to produce these vaccines here in Brazil,” Queiroga said in testimony during the Senate’s investigation into the government’s pandemic response. “Our program is based on vaccines like Pfizer’s and Janssen’s, and that (would) interfere in a negative way with the purchase of vaccines for the national immunization program.” ___ ISLAMABAD — Many Pakistanis without wearing face masks thronged markets along with their children for Eid shopping ahead of a lockdown that will begin on the weekend as part of measures aimed at containing the spread of coronavirus. The lockdown will be enforced from May 8 to 16 to force people to stay home during the Eid al-Fitr festival which is celebrated at the end of the holy month of Ramadan. Markets, shopping malls and offices will remain closed during the lockdown across the country. Pakistan is currently in the middle of a third wave which authorities say is worse than the previous ones. Pakistan on Thursday reported 108 single-day deaths from coronavirus in the past 24 hours, one of the highest deaths in recent months. Since last year, Pakistan has reported 18,537 deaths from COVID-19 among 845,833 cases. ___ NEW YORK — New York City plans to keep ordering as many doses as it can from the federal government. While the average number of daily shots administered has dropped about 40% since peaking at over 95,000 at one point in mid-April, “we want to have a steady supply,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday. The city aims to keep a reserve in case of supply interruptions, and it’s is trying various new strategies to get more people inoculated, he said. Health Commissioner Dr. Dave Chokshi said keeping up supply would allow the city to distribute more vaccine to doctors’ offices, neighbourhood pharmacies and other smaller providers that may appeal to people who haven’t gone to mass vaccination sites. The officials say doses are not going to waste, as they can last for months when properly frozen. They say tens of thousands of people a day are still coming in for second doses, as well as first. ___ NEW YORK — A new attempt to estimate the death toll of COVID-19 puts the number at 6.9 million deaths globally, or more than double official counts. Dr. Christopher Murray, Director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington’s School of Medicine, announced the estimates on Thursday. The estimates by researchers at the University of Washington also suggests the U.S. death count is more than 905,000. The official government count is about 575,000 American deaths. Official COVID deaths statistics are undercounts, for a variety of reasons, health experts say. Governments may miss deaths that don’t occur in hospitals or where a confirming COIVID test wasn’t done on the patient. The University of Washington researchers believe the largest undercounts are in India, which may have close to three times more deaths than the 221,000 official government death count, and in the Russian Federation, which they calculate had more than five times the 109,000 official government count. “We basically have five countries with more than half a million people that have died,” Murray said. “The one that’s been the most under-recorded is the Russian Federation.” The other countries in the top five are Brazil and Mexico. The University of Washington estimates are based on a comparison of pre-pandemic death trends with all-cause deaths during COVID, but with adjustments to remove deaths that couldn’t be directly attributed to the virus. ___ MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota will lift nearly all its coronavirus restrictions just before Memorial Day weekend and drop its statewide mask requirement once 70% of residents age 16 and older get their first dose of vaccine, but no later than July 1. Gov. Tim Walz, a Democrat, announced the moves Thursday, citing the state’s progress in vaccinating people. The first step in his three-phase timeline starting Friday removes capacity limits for outdoor dining, events, and other get-togethers, and ends outdoor mask requirements except for large venues with more than 500 people. It also eliminates a mandatory closing time for bars and restaurants. Remaining capacity limits will end May 28. Masks will be required indoors until the state hits the 70% target for vaccinations – or until July 1, whichever comes first. About 59% of Minnesota’s population 16 years and older has received at least one vaccine shot, and nearly 46% have completed the series. The governor’s office says the state is on track to hit the 70% first-shot mark by the end of June. ___ MADRID — The health expert leading Spain’s response to the coronavirus pandemic says restrictions and vaccination efforts have helped keep the virus in check. Fernando Simón, the director of Spain’s health emergencies and alerts co-ordinationcentre, says “in the coming days we are going to see a continued decline in the number of infections.” Spain is preparing for the end of a six-month state of emergency on Sunday. The extraordinary powers established by national authorities in the form of nightly curfews and restrictions on movement between regions will fall. Each region will again be responsible for controlling the coronavirus with other measures, such as limiting the number of people in restaurants or other spaces. Some regions had asked for the national government to extend the state of emergency. Without it, they will need to get the backing of a court for each of the measures. Spain set a goal of vaccinating 70% of its adult population -- some 33 million people -- by the end of August. Almost 13 million people Spain have gotten at least one shot. ___ NEW YORK — A new survey by The Actors Fund illustrates the depths of need created by the COVID-19 pandemic in the arts community. The Fund provides a national safety net for performing arts and entertainment professionals in the fields of film theatre, television, music, opera, radio and dance. The survey of 7,163 people helped by the organization found 76% of respondents lost income and 40% reported reduced food security. Some 28% fell behind in rent or mortgage and 20% were forced to change housing. Ten per cent of respondents had to sell a large asset, such as a house or a car. “We see the pandemic as having a long tail on its impact on performing artists and entertainment professionals, and especially people involved in live entertainment,” Joe Benincasa, CEO of The Actors Fund, said to The Associated Press. Last year, the served more than 40,000 individuals, a 71% increase from 2019. It distributed more than $19 million in direct cash to about 15,000 individuals. The median household income among all survey respondents was $34,186. The survey was conducted by Morey Consulting. ___ ROME — The Vatican is opening a three-day health conference featuring a star-studded lineup. It includes Dr. Anthony Fauci, who is leading the U.S. coronavirus response, soprano Renee Fleming, the CEOs of Pfizer and Moderna and the lead guitarist of Aerosmith. The conference is addressing COVID-19 and other global health threats, and how science, solidarity and spirituality can address them. Fauci says the key to overcoming current vaccine hesitancy is pairing the right medical message with the right messenger. “You have someone who’s a deeply religious person who will listen to their clergy. That’s different than me with a suit going into an area telling people to do something,” he said. Organizers say the conference, which runs Thursday through Saturday, has taken on more relevance amid a growing appreciation of the need for global access to health care, advances in vaccine technology and greater understanding of mental health during the pandemic. Pope Francis sent a special message of prayer to India amid its coronavirus surge. Francis says he is thinking especially of all those who have lost loved ones, and praying for “perseverance, strength and peace” for hospital workers, ambulance drivers and others tending to the sick. ___ MOSCOW — Russian authorities have given regulatory approval to a single-dose version of the country’s Sputnik V vaccine. Named Sputnik Light, the new version is identical to the first dose of the two-dose Sputnik V and has yet to complete the advanced testing needed to ensure its safety and effectiveness. Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko says authorizing the shot will help speed possible herd immunity against the virus. Official records show Russia started human trials of Sputnik Light in January, and the studies are still ongoing. Sputnik Light is the fourth domestically developed COVID-19 vaccine approved in Russia. President Vladimir Putin said Thursday, “It’s nice to know that this range of tools (against COVID-19) is expanding.” Russia is lagging behind a number of nations in terms of its vaccination rates. According to Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova, 13.4 million people in Russia, or just 9% of Russia’s population of 146 million, had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. About 9.4 million, 6% of the population, have been fully vaccinated. ___ NEW DEHLI — Infections in India hit another grim daily record of more than 400,000 cases on Thursday. The demand for medical oxygen has increased sevenfold and the government denied reports it was slow in distributing life-saving supplies from abroad. The number of new confirmed cases breached 400,000 for the second time since the devastating surge began last month. The 412,262 new cases pushed India’s official tally to more than 21 million. The Health Ministry also reported 3,980 deaths in the last 24 hours, bringing the confirmed total to 230,168. Health experts believe both figures are an undercount. The Associated Press
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Plush Blankets Market by Application (Commercial, Residential), Distribution Channel (Online, Convenience Stores, Hypermarkets & Supermarkets, Others), Region, Global Industry Analysis, Market Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2021 to 2028Newark, NJ, May 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- As per the report published by Fior Markets, the global plush blanket market is expected to grow from USD 392.20 million in 2020 to USD 625.11 million by 2028, at a CAGR of 6.0% during the forecast period 2021-2028. The industry has been driven by increasing demand for luxury-based lustrous blankets due to the growing popularity of lighter-weighted blankets. The hospitality industry's growth accelerated urbanization and evolving lifestyles have all influenced the adoption of soft & fancy fabric-based bedding items, resulting in an increase in the use of plush blankets in the residential sector around the world. Increased demand for softer and more luxurious bedding items, such as fluffy blankets, is being driven by the consumer expenditure on relaxation and comfort as a result of lifestyle inflation, especially among generations X, Y, & Z. Buyers are becoming more interested in new brands as a result of novel fabric developments and product releases. Soft blankets and throws that are easy to pack, wash, and travel with, are being developed with a variety of fabrics that are both soft and warm. The introduction of a plush blanket as a kind of soft throw has been drawing customer demand because it also serves as a stylish decorative item that not only provides comfort but also adds charm to the room's elegance. With the outbreak of a global pandemic, many have faced salary cuts and job losses. Covid-19 has become a threat to the entire world’s economy and has negatively impacted all kinds of markets, including the plush blanket market. With less disposable income and broken supply chains, the market's growth is expected to slow down. Another restraining factor is that fleece material is highly inflammable. DOWNLOAD FREE SAMPLE REPORT AT https://www.fiormarkets.com/report-detail/419395/request-sample Key players operating in the global plush blanket market include American Blanket Company, The Northwest Company, Berkshire Blanket & Home Co., Sunbeam Products, Inc., FleecePro, Plush Addict Ltd., ADORNit, Shannon Fabrics Inc., Robert Kaufman Co., Inc., The Company Store, and Venus Group, among others. To gain a significant market share in the global plush blanket market, the key players are now focusing on adopting strategies such as product innovations, mergers & acquisitions, recent developments, joint ventures, collaborations, and partnerships. Berkshire Blanket & Home Co and American Blanket Company are some of the biggest manufacturers and suppliers of plush blankets in the global market. The residential segment dominated the market and held the largest market share of 67.4% in the year 2020 Based on application, the global market has been divided into commercial and residential. Residential dominated the market and held the largest market share of 67.4% in the year 2020. The increasing availability of luxurious and quality-related bedding items with various functional benefits has resulted in a substantial increase in demand for plush blankets in the domestic sector. The segment is being driven by rising spending on bedding items that have a relaxing and rejuvenating sleeping experience. Some other key factors fuelling the growth of the residential segment are growing volume of sales, consumer desire for fashionable home décor, advancement in fabrics like a mixture of fleece, mink, and faux fur plush fibers, and strong demand for premium luxury material blankets. Hypermarkets & supermarkets segment dominated the market and held the largest market share of 35.3% in the year 2020 On the basis of distribution channel, the plush blankets market has been segmented into online, convenience stores, hypermarkets & supermarkets, and others. The hypermarkets & supermarkets segment dominated the market and held the largest market share of 35.3% in the year 2020. This is due to the popularity of retail store outlets, which enable customers to have a thorough look at the goods, allowing for a visual inspection of specifications and quality. The option to compare prices and product features, as well as the availability of a wide variety of products sold by various brands, are among the factors estimated to bolster segment growth. Browse full report with TOC at https://www.fiormarkets.com/report/plush-blankets-market-by-application-commercial-residential-distribution-419395.html Regional Segment Analysis of the Plush Blankets Market North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico) Europe (Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Spain, Rest of Europe)Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, Rest of APAC)South America (Brazil and Rest of South America) Middle East and Africa (UAE, South Africa, Rest of MEA) On the basis of geography, the global plush blankets market has been classified into North America, Europe, South America, Asia Pacific, and Middle East and Africa. The North America region accounted for the major market share of 40.6% in the year 2020 and is anticipated to grow throughout the projected period. The increased spending on residential upgrades and repairs by Americans is encouraging the use of high-end premium bedding items in this area, which is driving up product demand. On the other hand, the Asia-Pacific region is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period 2021-2028. This growth is owing to factors like rising disposable income & consumer spending, and growth in many industries such as hospitality (hotels). Emerging economies like India, Brazil, and China are especially lucrative, considering their growth potential. Request for Customization: https://www.fiormarkets.com/enquiry/request-customization/419395 About the report: The global plush blankets market is analyzed on the basis of value (USD Million), volume (K Units), export (K Units), and import (K Units). All the segments have been analyzed on a global, regional, and country basis. The study includes the analysis of more than 30 countries for each segment. The report offers an in-depth analysis of driving factors, opportunities, restraints, and challenges for gaining the key insight of the market. 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Precedence Research, Recently Published Report on “Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) Market Size, Share, Growth, Trends, Regional Outlook and Forecasts 2021 - 2030”OTTAWA, May 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) market was valued at USD 32.3 billion in 2019 and expected to reach US$ 142 bn by 2027, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.6% from 2020 to 2027. Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are one of the fastest growing applications in the automotive sectors. The main aim of ADAS feature creation is to make roads safer and better suited to fully autonomous vehicles in the long run. However, manufacturers and buyers should not underestimate the importance of ADAS in meeting current automotive challenges. The most important effect of advanced driver assistance systems is the provision of critical knowledge to drivers and the automating of difficulties. The ADAS market is rising rapidly, and so is the growth of the ADAS algorithm. A variety of algorithms are used to power life-saving systems. Among them, vision and image processing algorithms are real game changers for the creation of ADAS applications. Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) continue to grow as it not only provide enhanced passenger experienced, but also provide the driver with maximum and safety. ADAS technology using FPGA / SoCs and automotive sensors can be based on systems locally to the car, i.e. "vehicle resident systems" such as vision / camera, to allow improved situational awareness and control to make driving easier and safer.The largest and most common connected system used today by consumers is a car. Get the Sample Pages of Report for More Understanding@ https://www.precedenceresearch.com/sample/1007 Growth Factors The growth of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) market is mainly driven by growing demand for safety and driving comfort features paired with demand for luxury vehicles. In addition, rising demand for electric vehicles (EV), ongoing development in sensor technology and demand to integrate ADAS in premium car are some of the factors predicted to influence the growth of ADAS in analysis period. Furthermore, stringent rule and regulations for vehicle safety is expected to flourish the growth of the advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) market in analysis period. On the contrary, lack of required road infrastructure in developing region is expected to limit the growth of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) market in near future. Nonetheless, growing market for autonomous vehicles across the globe is expected to open up new alluring opportunities for market players in near future. Despite the slowdown in vehicle sales caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, current safety rule and regulations will definitely increase the penetration of ADAS features in future vehicles. Report Highlights Europe and North America together held the majority of revenue share in 2019.The growth of these regions is mainly attributed to better road infrastructure facilities, higher adoption rate of new technologies and presence of key market participant.Stringent rules and regulations by various countries such as AEB and LDW for in France and South Korea, L3 driving system development in Canada is predicted to shape the market for global ADAS market in analysis period.The passenger car segment held the majority of revenue share in 2019 and accounted over 64% of the overall market and is also projected to emerge as the fastest-growing vehicle type segment in years to come.Regulations on frequency and bandwidth are estimated to support the growth of radar sensor segment in near future.Asia is anticipated to be fastest growing region for global ADAS market and is likely to grow at a CAGR of 14.8% in forecast period. China, Japan and South Korea governments have acknowledged the automotive industry's growth potential, and have taken numerous measures to enable major OEMs to enter their domestic markets. According to our analyst, China is predicted to remain the global leader in electric vehicle production, with a 55% volume share in 2030. Get Customization on this Research Report@ https://www.precedenceresearch.com/customization/1007 Regional Snapshots Europe and North America held the majority of revenue share in 2019. Ongoing developments in autonomous driving coupled with demand for light truck vehicle is expected to propel the demand for ADAS market in North America region. Japan, China and South Korea are expected to be key revenue contributing countries in the Asia Pacific region. Standardization of ADAS structures by Japanese OEM is predicted to surge the demand for ADAS in Japan market.Some of the countries from rest of world market participants such as Brazil, Mexico and UAE are expected to follow growth trends slowly. Key Players & Strategies The global ADAS market is highly competitive and still is moderately concentrated. Continental AG, Magna international, Hyundai Mobis and Autoliv Inc. held the noticeable revenue share in ADAS market in 2019. Some of the major players observed and covered in the report are Denso, Aptiv, Robert Bosch, Continental AG, Magna International, Veoneer, Hyundai Mobis, ZF Friedrichshafen, Valeo, NVIDIA, Intel, Microsemi Corporation, Nidec Corporation, Hella, Texas Instruments, Infineon Technologies AG, Hitachi Automotive and Renesas Electronics Corporation amongst others. Market Segmentation By System Type Intelligent Park Assist (IPA)Lane Departure Warning (LDW)Road Sign Recognition (RSR)Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)Night Vision System (NVS)Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB)Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)Adaptive Front Light (AFL)Blind Spot Detection (BSD)Cross Traffic Alert (CTA)Driver Monitoring System (DMS)Forward Collision Warning (FCW)Others By Sensor Type Image SensorsUltrasonic SensorsLiDARRadar SensorsInfrared (IR) SensorsLaser Sensors By Vehicle Type Passenger CarLight Commercial VehicleTruckBus By Geography North America U.S.Canada Europe U.K.GermanyFrance Asia Pacific ChinaIndiaJapanSouth Korea Rest of the World Buy this Premium Research Report@ https://www.precedenceresearch.com/checkout/1007 You can place an order or ask any questions, please feel free to contact at firstname.lastname@example.org | +1 9197 992 333 About Us Precedence Research is a worldwide market research and consulting organization. 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Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP ("GPM"), a leading national shareholder rights law firm, today announced that it has commenced an investigation on behalf of ChemoCentryx, Inc. ("ChemoCentryx" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: CCXI) investors concerning the Company’s possible violations of the federal securities laws.
National community oncology network appoints Chief Growth & Relationship Officer and Vice President of Laboratory Services Fort Myers, Fla., May 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- American Oncology Network, LLC (AON), a high-growth medical oncology provider with a focus on supporting the long-term viability of oncology treatment in community-based settings, recently announced two key leadership appointments. Longtime marketing and sales executive Shelly Glenn has been named Chief Growth & Relationship Officer and laboratory management expert Curtiss McNair has come on as Vice President of Laboratory Services. In this newly created role, Glenn will be responsible for driving a collaborative approach with AON management and practice leadership to ensure the organization continues to create and deliver differentiated services and capabilities, as well as gain market leadership. Glenn will oversee referral base management and physician recruitment, as well as foster deeper relationships and better engagement within the communities AON and its practices serve as well as within the organization. Prior to joining AON, Glenn was the Chief Development & Community Partnership Officer at Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute (FCS), where she played a key role in bringing the organization to the forefront of community oncology. She oversaw critical growth initiatives as well as efforts to strengthen patient advocacy and community partnerships. Glenn received a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Lehigh University, as well as a Global Leadership designation from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. Dedicated to increasing cancer awareness and education, she currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Jack & Jill Late Stage Cancer Foundation, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Suncoast Chapter, American Cancer Society’s CEOs Against Cancer, the Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation Board and as the Marketing Chair for the Florida Society of Clinical Oncology (FLASCO). AON President & Chief Development Officer Brad Prechtl, MBA said, “Over the years, Shelly has helped nurture key relationships bringing people and organizations together and has had tremendous success in boosting new patient growth. We look forward to leveraging her expertise as we seek to enhance the overall growth strategy.” McNair will oversee AON’s laboratory and pathology services. McNair comes to AON from BayCare Health System in Tampa, Fla., where he served as the East Division Laboratory Director managing the inpatient, outpatient, and outreach testing for nine hospitals consisting of two women’s hospitals and a children’s hospital. He began his laboratory career while serving in the U.S. Army as a Medical Laboratory Specialist. He has also worked in other roles as Manager of Laboratory Quality and Point of Care Testing at United Memorial Medical Center and as a Senior Laboratory Manager at DaVita Labs in Deland, Fla. McNair received a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Victory University, Memphis, Tenn., a Bachelor of Arts in Theology from Piedmont International University, Winston Salem, N.C., an MBA from Ashford University and is currently a second-year Doctoral student at Carolina University specializing in Organizational Leadership. “Curtiss’s vast experience in training and supervising teams, his experience in quality management to ensure quality outcomes and patient focus, and knowledge of accreditation and certification processes makes him uniquely qualified for this role,” said AON CEO Todd Schonherz. “Both Shelly and Curtiss will play key roles as we embark on our next phase of growth. As we bring new capabilities and programs to our practices, we will solidify our role as a leader in the community oncology space and bring meaningful value to our partner physicians, practices and ultimately our patients.” # # # About American Oncology Network, LLC: (AONcology.com) American Oncology Network, LLC (AON) is an alliance of physicians and seasoned healthcare leaders partnering to ensure the long-term success of community oncology. Launched in 2018, the rapidly expanding AON network currently represents 102 physicians and 65 nurse practitioners and physician assistants practicing across 17 states. The executive management team of AON encompasses more than three decades of oncology practice management experience, enabling physicians to focus on what matters most – providing the highest quality care for patients. The organization provides unique and comprehensive protocols for managing administrative procedures and enhancing ancillary services for its affiliates. AON is able to aggregate volume and attain economies of scale, as it guides its member physicians and practices through the transition to value-based reimbursement models that improve the patient experience and help to reduce the per capita cost of cancer care. AON also provides a unique model of physician led, community-based oncology management. With services such as a centralized specialty pharmacy, diagnostics, pathology, fully integrated electronic medical records, a care management team and a variety of financial assistance programs, an alliance with AON ensures that patients’ experiences will be at the very pinnacle of cancer care today. Attachment 21-0506 Glenn and McNair Headshots CONTACT: Caroline Hewitt American Oncology Network 941.224.8736 Caroline.Hewitt@AONcology.com
Apollo Healthcare Corp. (formerly Acasta Enterprises Inc.) (TSX: AHC, OTC QX: AHCCF) ("Apollo" or the "Company") today announced financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2021.