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Emory Healthcare Achieves Savings

Emory Healthcare Achieves Savings

As many health care organizations continue to face a shortage of highly skilled critical care nurses and intensivists, telemedicine has become a crucial element in caring for critically ill patients regardless of location. New data shows Royal Philips has helped Emory...
Off the Clock: Ben Pridgeon

Off the Clock: Ben Pridgeon

By Matt Skoufalos Ben Pridgeon describes himself as a country boy, with all the familiar trappings of one. Growing up in a small Southern town, he’s spent much of his life camping, hunting, fishing; anything outdoors. It was the way the family recreated, and remains a...
Foxhunting in Belle Meade

Foxhunting in Belle Meade

By Matt Skoufalos As a child, Mary Poppins was Sarah Lee’s favorite movie growing up. In one of its many memorable scenes, Dick Van Dyke and Julie Andrews disrupt a traditional English foxhunt on carousel horses, scooping up the fleeing fox before crashing headlong...
Off the Clock: Eric Wright

Off the Clock: Eric Wright

Sprint car driver Eric Wright got his start in racing as a youngster tearing up mud with a four-wheeler on a homemade track on the rear of his grandfather’s property. At 15, his father moved him up two levels to a bigger, traveling racing series, and by that point, he...
Off the Clock: Kyle Grozelle

Off the Clock: Kyle Grozelle

Thanks to movies like “Drumline” and the popularity of Saturday afternoon NCAA football, most Americans have more than a passing familiarity with marching bands. Many may recognize the level of dedication and commitment required to carry an instrument and hit the...