Tempus Co-Founder Eric Lefkofsky At Head of Paradigm Shift in Medical Field.

Chicago has always been a hotbed for technological innovation and now the Windy City is getting involved with the medical field through a rising start-up known as Tempus. Tempus was co-founded by Eric Lefkofsky in 2015 with the goal of helping to revolutionize the way that customers and medical health professionals interact with and access important medical data. The company is now valued at north of $1 billion and this has allowed Tempus to earn the coveted Unicorn Status.

The goal of Tempus is to utilize data in a way that helps to streamline and maximize the effectiveness of cancer care in the modern medical world. Having seen how the system works up close, through a personal relationship, Lefkofsky came to the realization that there is a ton of room for improvement within the field. So, Tempus compiles data from multiple sources before porting it into an accessible database. This database is then utilized by patients, family members and healthcare professionals in order to track cancer care approaches and see which ones are most effective.

We are currently living in the data-driven age of technology and Lefkofsky’s approach as the co-founder of Tempus is serving as a unique opportunity to help change lives through data. Leaning on clinical data and molecular data, Tempus is quickly becoming vital in the search for trends among cancer care patients. Tempus relies not only on old data but it also ports data from patients that are currently undergoing treatment. The data collection system is advanced enough that it can utilize digital database and simple enough that it can be used to port in handwritten doctor notes into a searchable platform.

Right now, Tempus employs nearly 400 workers and their business forecast shows that the company will be adding nearly 30 new employees every single month from here on out. With success in their approach, Tempus has quickly captured the eye of several major investors. It was recently announced that Tempus had earned an additional $80 million in investments which pushes their 3-year-total to just north of $210 million. With this kind of early success, the sky appears to be the limit for Tempus.

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Drew Madden Proven Healthcare Exec and Entrepreneur Advises On CVS and Amazon

Amazon Enters Pharmacy Business

In light of the fact that Amazon is entering the pharmacy business, CVS is considering an acquisition of Aetna. Because Amazon owns Whole Foods, the potential competition for CVS could be very intense. CVS is seeing the acquisition of Aetna as being a play to ward off competition in the healthcare business. Both Amazon and CVS want to own the experience that patients have, so owning the consumer’s experience is a huge competitive advantage that CVS would have.

Health Care in US a $3 Trillion Industry

In the U.S., health care is a $3 Trillion industry with the U.S. spending more per capita than any other country. Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs aren’t willing to start healthcare and health tech companies. The reason why so many entrepreneurs are afraid of healthcare is because of regulation and incentives that don’t necessarily favor entrepreneurs.

President Obama Hires CTO To Change Culture of Healthcare

President Obama hired a CTO whom helped to change the culture of the healthcare industry. The CTO created new innovation initiatives to promote entrepreneurship, such as an online challenge creation system for inviting private sector innovators to solve problems.

Opportunities Abound To Solve Problems For Health Industry

There are also plenty of other opportunities to solve issues that are creating problems for the healthcare industry. Everything from end of life care to medication management has potential for disruption. There are also challenges with insurance reimbursement and logistics that serve as hurdles to the efficient delivery of healthcare.

Drew Madden Experienced Health Care Leader and Executive

Drew Madden is a proven healthcare executive with experience in IT. His background includes time spent at some of the largest health IT companies in the world. His career began at Cerner corporation, a company which produces an EHR platform. This was followed by Ingenix, a subsidiary of United Health Care. Finally, he spent 5 years at Nordic Consulting Partners, a company that he grew from 10 to 725 employees.

Jeunesse Global’s Reserve helps prevent heart disease and increase lifespan

For decades, scientists and medical professionals have known that there is a positive link between the consumption of wine and an overall decrease in cardiovascular disease. So strong is this relationship that people who regularly drink wine in moderation may have increased life expectancies of up to 5 years longer than those who do not.

Yet, despite this strong and highly compelling evidence of beneficial effects, the major medical bodies still do not recommend that those who do not currently drink wine begin doing so. While this may seem like a surprising contradiction, it stems from the dangers of alcohol consumption itself. Even though only 10 to 15 percent of all people who begin to drink alcohol will go on to develop an alcohol use disorder, the consequences of becoming an alcoholic are so severe that the benefits of wine consumption, even as notable as they are, get cancelled out at the population level by the risk of people developing alcohol use disorders.

Still, many researchers, companies and medical organizations have attempted to find a way to achieve the same benefits of moderate wine consumption without incurring any of the risks associated with the consumption of alcohol.

Now, Jeunesse Global, one of the most innovative health and beauty companies in the world, has devised a product that is able to confer all of the benefits of wine consumption and even more. Additionally, their solution contains no alcohol. Called Reserve, the drink contains resveratrol, one of the most potent health-protective ingredients in wine. Reserve also contains a number of so-called superfruits, including pomegranate, blueberry, acai, and concord grape. Together, these things make Reserve one of the most health-promoting and great-tasting health drinks on the market.

With so many antioxidants, Reserve packs the health-protecting punch of daily wine consumption with none of the risks. In addition to protecting against heart disease, Reserve also protects against diseases like peripheral artery disease, stroke and kidney dysfunction. It has been clinically shown to reduce the oxidative stress caused by free radicals. This makes Reserve a proven means to prevent against some of the worst ailments associated with aging.

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Doe Deere – Article recap

Born in Russia, raised in New York City, and living in Los Angeles, Doe Deere has lived an exceptional life already. She’s a self-made entrepreneur with a successful cosmetics company and a passing interest in fashion and modeling. Today, she uses her own face to market the cruelty-free products sold by her company, Lime Crime Cosmetics.

In a recent interview, Doe revealed that her life and her career almost took a very different path and, had she continued on that path, she might not have achieved the success she enjoys today. She started out by exploring her interest in fashion design at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology. She eventually dropped out and just started designing clothes on her own.

These were the first products to bear the Lime Crime name and the business did well enough. Ms. Deere says she learned a great deal about fashion trends and how they can be used in marketing campaigns. While it was an educational experience, it wasn’t long before Doe realized she wanted to explore other opportunities.

It was around that same time that Doe began dabbling in making her own make-up. She enjoyed using her creativity to come up with new colors and shades. She realized there might be a good market for her products, especially because most cosmetics companies weren’t providing a very expansive range of bright colors. As Deere began to market her Lime Crime Cosmetics line, she found that the public was much more responsive than had been the case with her fashion designs. This encouraged her to continue producing her custom make-up lines, growing the business into an overwhelming success.

Even when it came to marketing her cosmetics, Doe Deere had a fun time reaching out to potential customers. She started a blog, so she could share make-up tutorial videos using her own cosmetics. This helped her followers mimic her style, while also promoting her cosmetics in a low-pressure way. Along the way, Doe also hosted contests and giveaways, which helped to build her 3 million-plus fanbase.

Lime Crime Cosmetics helped Doe Deere establish herself as one of the first and most successful female entrepreneurs in the world. Her advice to others is to listen to others and take criticism with a grain of salt. She says there’s always something to be learned from her followers, her personal friends, and from online critics. She says that’s the best way to learn what people want from your business, so take advice to heart and respond to criticism online in the best possible way.

Doe Deere cares about more than just marketing her Lime Crime products. She also spends her time participating in conventions and speaking engagements. She likes to do what she can to inspire other female entrepreneurs to follow their own dreams. Doe says it’s important to do things that inspire your own passion. Ms. Deere adds that she enjoys using herself as an example, because it helps her give back to her community and to show others that success can be achieved.

 

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Securus Technologies may have finally solved the contraband cellphone problem

The role that cellular communications have played over the last 30-plus years in shaping the U.S. economy and growing the nation’s productivity and wealth can hardly be overstated. Cellular technology has made it possible for people to communicate and work in ways that had never before even been imagined. But they have also presented a unique set of problems. This has been especially true in the U.S. prison industry.

 

The first cellphones started coming on the scene, en masse, in the mid-1980s. These first cellphones were almost exclusively installed in cars because their components were extremely bulky. This was partially due to the larger size of first-generation electronics. But it was also due to the fact that early cellphones were as much as 1,000 times more powerful than today’s phones. This was simply due to the fact that there were far fewer towers. Amazingly, some of the first analogue car phones had reception quality and range that was not too much worse than that of the average cellphone in 2010.

 

However, by the mid-90s, the proliferation of cellular networks and towers and the rapid miniaturization of the now all-digital phones meant that the average size of a cellphone had shrunk considerably. The 90s saw the advent of the famous flip phones, the first cellphones that could easily fit in a user’s pocket. By 1999, highly effective cellular telephones were being produced that were small enough to be concealed almost anywhere.

 

Good news for business, bad news for prisons

 

In 1995, cellphones were still a convincing status symbol, used by the highly successful and elite public officials like detectives. But by 2005, they were prolific, with almost all American families having at least one cellphone. This proliferation was great for the U.S. economy as a whole. But it would quickly prove disastrous for U.S. prisons.

 

Cellphone soon flooded the country’s jails and prisons, fetching prices of up to $300 per phone. This influx of illegal cellphones, which could now be used effectively in almost any U.S. prison due to improved cellular networks, undermined the security of prisons and allowed prisoners privileges to which they were not entitled. But the real problem these phones posed was giving dangerous gang leaders the ability to communicate orders easily and effectively, without limitation, to soldiers on the outside.

 

Cellphones allowed these gangs to conduct drug deals, intimidate or assassinate witnesses and even order hits on guards and other law enforcement personnel. These phones therefore posed an existential threat to the safety of institutions and the public. Something needed to be done.

 

Then, in 2016, Securus Technologies unveiled its Wireless Containment System, a technology capable of completely blocking all illegal cellular calls placed from within a prison. Today, the WCS is rapidly spreading, finally marking an end to the epidemic of illegal cell phones.

Hussain Sajwani Says His Catering Business Must Always Have A Special Place In Company Legacy

Hussain Sajwani is an Arabian real estate investor and hedge fund manager who has had some of the world’s most exotic hotels and resort homes built. He’s the founder and Chairman of DAMAC Properties based in Dubai, UAE and he’s formed some major partnerships throughout his career including with current US President Donald Trump. But what he still values highly is how his business roots got started in catering food across the world. While his catering business was just a step towards what he’s doing now, Sajwani has considered it an honor to serve some of clients he has in that business including the US Military during Desert Storm in the Gulf War. He even has a commemorative plaque that he keeps in his headquarters and even still has catering services among his other property functions that he says are highly important to delivering first class experience.

 

Before becoming the DAMAC owner, Hussain Sajwani worked for a major oil drilling and refinery company in Abu Dhabi known as ADNOC where he served as their contracts manager. He completed his bachelor’s degree at the University of Washington and setup his catering business during this time. Sajwani became interested in real estate because both residential and commercial properties in the UAE were booming in the early 1990s, and he saw an opportunity to expand on the success of his catering services. He formally established DAMAC in 2002 though he had acquired Anwar Ceramic Tiles and started DICO Investments several years earlier. The first world class hotel property completion was Marina Terrace, and this was later followed by Versace-designed DAMAC Tower.

 

Hussain Sajwani first met Donald Trump around the time he broke into real estate, but the first big joint investment between the two men was the resort at the Tiger Woods golf course in 2011. Five years later not long after Trump had announced his bid for the US presidency, Sajwani helped complete the Trump World Golf Club. Sajwani considers himself to be a real close friend of the president and his family, and he’s visited him both at Trump Tower and Mar a Lago. He hopes that even though Trump is now focused in being America’s Commander-in-Chief, that his sons Eric and Donald Jr. will continue working on new deals between their organization and DAMAC.

 

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Dr. Saad Saad, the Pediatrician with a Heart of Gold

Dr. Saad Saad grew up in Kuwait after they moved from Palestine where he was born. He comes from a family of eight children who are all well-educated. He decided to pursue a career in medicine when he joined Cairo University for his degree in medicine. His internship and residency were done in England and the U.S. respectively. The success that was instilled in Dr. Saad as a child did not stop with him, he passed it down to his children. He had 4 children who are equally as learned.

 

Dr. Saad Saad specializes in pediatric surgeries and has come up with various ways of performing these surgeries. He has over four decades of experience in pediatric surgeries and has performed various procedures on children. He has also gone an extra mile in volunteering his services to children who can’t afford to pay for medical care in Jerusalem. He worked for various hospitals including K Hovnanian Children Hospital where he served different positions.

 

Dr. Saad was not passionate about medicine at first until he realized he really enjoyed staying indoors when it was unbearably hot in Kuwait. When he moved to the United States, Dr. H Biemann Othersen mentored him and taught him treasured lessons on how to be a good pediatric. He learned the importance of overlooking things like race and abilities and be motivated in working hard in making people better. Dr. Saad is enthusiastic about the new developments in the treatment of diseases that are life threatening such as cancer.

 

Dr. Saad Saad takes his time doing research and coming up with new ways to help people. His strong organization skills have gone a long way in making him achieve his goals and do more. He is a strong believer in following one’s dreams until they are achieved. Dr. Saad also insists on the importance of preparation before surgeries to make the best out of it. Coming from a poor background, he understands that determination is a key factor for success. He currently practices in the United States and is still affiliated with a lot of hospitals. His specialization is in surgery and has made it possible for a lot of people to access medical care by broadening his covers.

 

Dr. Saad has left a lot to be emulated by the people he has interacted with. He believes that everyone should be treated equally as no one special in the eyes of God. Having been brought up in a humble background, he still believes that humility and kindness should be shown to everyone. He lives by example through practicing this in his area of work. He continues to consult and mentor various doctors with the same principles.  Learn more: https://www.doximity.com/pub/saad-saad-md

The Philanthropy Of CEO Tony Petrello

Even though he runs one of the biggest companies in the American oil and gas industry most people don’t have any idea who Tony Petrello is. This is because he’s humble and doesn’t seek the limelight like some of his contemporaries do. He is the chief executive officer of Nabors Industries, Ltd, a firm operationally based in Houston, Texas. His company is part of the S&P 500 and earned $2.564 billion in 2017 with $503 million of that as profit.

Tony Petrello is also a big philanthropist. A recent example of this took place after Hurricane Harvey went through the Houston area, flooding and damaging many homes. Many people lost everything and had no access to basics like clean water, food, and clothing. After the coast was clear Tony Petrello let everyone at Nabors Industries know they could help out their fellow citizens instead of going in to work and they would be paid for it. As a consequence employees of the company fanned out across the greater Houston area getting basics to people in need.

The employees of Nabor Industries also raised almost $175,000 to help those in need, named the Nabors Disaster Relief Fund. Out of his own pocket Tony Petrello matched the funds and the money was used to help people recover. He also had the kitchen facilities in his company’s headquarters open up for area residents so that they could get hot food three times a day.

In 1997, Tony’s and his wife, Cynthia, had a baby daughter. She was very premature and as a result she wasn’t able to get enough oxygen to her brain. She had a series of operations but ended up with cerebral palsy. Due to this everyday things like eating are a challenge for her to master. By going through this experience they realized that little was being done in the way of research to help children like their daughter, Carena.

Tony and Cynthia decided to agents of change in regards to childhood neurological conditions. They gave $7 million to Texas Children’s Hospitals research team. He also went out on lunches with business associates on a regular basis to get more money raised to support this type of research. As a consequence Texas Children’s Hospital has become a focal point of childhood neurological diseases research into both the causes of these as well as how to help those who live with it.

Tony is graduate of Yale University with degree in Mathematics and Harvard University with degree in Law. He worked for so many years as attorney and managing partner in a firm in US. He is the current CEO of Nabors Industries.

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Samuel Strauch Is A Very Good Real Estate Investor

Samuel Strauch is a very good real estate investor who has done a lot of good for the people of south Florida. He grew up in the area, and he has made sure that all the people that come to him get the help that they need.

He wants people to know that they can get something that will help them make the most money, and he also knows that all these people will be so much happier. There are a lot of people we hope trust in Metrik Real Estate where Samuel has built his own company, and they learn that Samuel Strauch can help them make money.
 
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Samuel Strauch went to college at Hofstra University, and he has come back to the family business after school before starting his own company. He knew that he could make a huge difference in the way that people make their investments. There are some people who will get help with their investments because they can learn how to make money off of this. They can get Samuel Strauch to take them through all the investments that they want to do.

He will help them find a house, or he will help them when they want to buy a commercial property in Miami. There are some people who want to have something that will make them the most money, and it will show them how they can make the most money on all the things that they have put their money into over time in Florida. Starch loves photography and arts.

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Ronald Fowlkes is Now a Part Owner of FirstSpear

Dedicated father, hockey enthusiast and director of business development at Eagle Industries Unlimited and FirstSpear, two of the most respected tactical gear manufacturers on earth. Ronald Fowlkes is all of these and more.

 

Ronald Fowlkes’s love for hockey stems from his passion for teambuilding and commitment to protecting and helping one another. On his Medium-blog Ronald explains his interest in hockey and why certain elements of the game are changing for example, fighting in hockey has decreased substantially and is not as important as it used to be. However, Ronald goes on to explain how fighting will always be a part of the game, to protect your teammates from illegal hits and to develop camaraderie that only exists in team sports and combat.

 

Ronald Fowlkes has had team building experiences during the first Gulf War where he served for four years. He was meritoriously promoted twice during his tour of duty and as a marine he understands the value of protecting the man standing next to you. He took part in both, Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm.

 

After leaving the military Ronald felt he needed to do more for his country and those he served with so, he joined the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Origination (JIEDDO). This organization eradicates enemy IED threats on the ground protecting friendly forces and their vehicles. Almost two-thirds of all American casualties came from IED’s during the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Ronald’s experience in the marines helped JIEDDO improve its detection capacity and reduce the number of casualties from IED and bomb threats.

 

After several years, Ronald returned to Missouri where he joined the St. Luis metropolitan police department and served as a law enforcement officer, SWAT instructor and Hostage Rescue Team (HRT) leader for thirteen years. Everywhere Ronald went he improved the tactics, leadership and management style. He increased the teamwork of the entire organization at JIEDDO and the St. Luis police department. As an HRT team leader he trained countless recruits and took part in over 250 high-risk entries every year.

 

Ronald brought down gangs and reduced the violence and narcotics distributions in his community making it a safer place for everyone. After taking his community back from gangs and violence he can couch his son’s hockey team on weekends with out fear or disruptions.

 

Today, Ronald works as the director of business development at both Eagle Industries Unlimited and FirstSpear. Both companies produce high-quality outdoor gear and tactical equipment. As director of business development Ronald oversees the training of over 150 Eagle Industries employees and improves and develops new technology and products that are more functional and robust. Ronald used FirstSpear products in the marines as well as during his law enforcement days. It is a fitting end to a relationship as Ronald is now a part owner of FirstSpear.