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Tizra is aiming for big markets, diverse clientele

Abe Dane and David Durand first worked together at Dynamic Diagrams several years ago, putting print content on the Web for clients such as...
"AS WITH everything else, those women who have less access to care are likely to come to us sicker," said  Dr. Lucia Larson, director of obstetric and consultative medicine at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island.  /

Five Questions With: Dr. Lucia Larson

In pregnancy and childbirth, women’s primary doctors are ob/gyns – experts in reproductive health. But having a baby can affect the whole body, and...
"OUR HOPE is to re-enter the market in 2012, when we think there will have already been a full market recovery," said Capitol Cove developer Robert Roth. /

Five Questions With: Robert Roth

In March, developer Robert Roth leased the first building of his downtown condominium development, Capitol Cove, to Johnson & Wales University. The university, which...
People from all over the world can now see and experience a destination. /

Maiocchi to lead (add)ventures video services

Scott Maiocchi has joined (add)ventures as the new director of video and animation. He is an award-winning director of photography and editor with more...
TO THE EAST: John Hazen White Jr. of Cranston-based Taco Inc. advises other
companies that China is different from the U.S. in terms of how business is conducted. /

TACO Inc. explores expansion

John Hazen White Jr. is president of Taco Inc., one of the Rhode Island’s largest manufacturing operations. Founded by his grandfather, Elwood White, the...
"IN MY 20 years in the field, hospitals have always been in the position of striving to provide quality, safe care and a positive patient experience in the context of limited financial (and often human) resources," said Susan Simundson, director of clinical management at Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital.  /

Five Questions With: Susan Simundson

The heart of a hospital is its doctors and nurses – they are the ones who save lives and care for patients. But behind...
Rhode Island’s health care system needs to be focused on keeping people healthy. /

Christensen to manage RIQI operations

Gary A. Christensen has been named chief operating officer at the Rhode Island Quality Institute. He will provide day-to-day management of Quality Institute staff...
"WE NEED to make changes to the delivery system so that all Americans have access to the best quality health care our nation has to offer," said U.S. Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy.   /

Five Questions With: U.S. Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy

The momentum in Washington is building. President Barack Obama has made health care a top priority, lobbyists are working at a frenzied pace, and...
"I PREDICT the biggest 'wow' moment will be the three-story atrium when you enter the front door. It encourages air flow and lets daylight into the center of the house," said William Kite Architects Inc. Principal Christine Malecki West. /

Five Questions With: Christine Malecki West

William Kite Architects Inc. Principal Christine Malecki West has designed what is expected to be Providence’s first new single-family home to earn U.S. Green...
We now compete with major, worldwide agencies that are sometimes 10 times our size. /

Maggiacomo to serve as VP at Duffy & Shanley

Annette L. Maggiacomo has been promoted to vice president of public relations at Duffy & Shanley. Maggiacomo will oversee the growth of the agency’s...
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