IDX Systems Corporation (NASDAQ:IDXC) announced that effective January 1, 2003, James H. Crook, Jr will become Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Crook joined IDX in 1981and has been President and Chief Operating Officer of the Company since 1999. He will retain the title of President.Current Chief Executive Officer Richard E. Tarrant will be named Chairman of the Board and Robert H. Hoehl, current Chairman, will become Vice Chairman. Mr. Tarrant and Mr. Hoehl founded IDX in 1969.As CEO, Mr. Crook will work closely with Mr. Tarrant on strategy development and will assume full management responsibility for the company, including delivering on the IDX core values of customer success, employee opportunity, growth, and profitability.As Chairman, Mr. Tarrant will remain fully engaged, focusing on strategic direction and future growth opportunities for IDX. Mr. Tarrant will continue to be the company’s primary contact with “Wall Street” and will interact with CEOs of key customers in order to continually assess IDX’s mission in the service of healthcare delivery organizations.“Rich and Bob have worked diligently for 33 years to firmly establish IDX as a company built to last and grow,” Mr. Crook said. “I look forward to continuing this legacy.” “In recent years, succession planning has been an integral part of ensuring the future of IDX,” Mr. Tarrant said. “As we have been emerging through a corporate transition toward reestablishing growth, Jim Crook, as President and Chief Operating Officer, has proven his leadership ability and management talent. With Jim as CEO, I will now be able to engage in what I enjoy most, mainly exploring entrepreneurial opportunities for new avenues of growth within IDX.”
HOUSE Wine Bar and Tap Room in Letterkenny have devised an exciting and exclusive members only rewards programme.More than 800 members have joined including a number of well-known wine producers, writers and quite allot of Letterkenny locals. Approximately 200 places still remain available before the list will be closed.Joining up is completely free, and incentives include 20% Discount midweek, wine masterclasses, tastings and educational events of cocktails and our craft beer selection We LOVE our Members!!!You are an important part of our venue, creating a vibrant and connected community. More-over, you enjoy a wealth of benefits that puts the world of wines, craft beers and cocktails at your fingertips.To highlight our membership programme, we want to share these benefits with you… That’s right, we are going to provide you with special access so you can experience some of these benefits first hand!Our goal is to empower members of HOUSE Wine Bar & Tap Room Letterkenny to make decisions and trust their palates. Some superb wines, whiskey and craft beer selections, with an addition of our “weekly wine spotlight”HOUSE has also been shortlisted for “Best Wine Experience” by the Hotel & Catering Gold Medal Awards 2015, they recognise achievement and excellence in the Restaurant and Hospitality Industry through-out Ireland.HOUSE Wine Bar & Tap Room opened its doors to Donegal Valentines day 2015 and since has been serving up tasty globally recognised wines and craft beers with an Irish flair.“We are absolutely thrilled to be short-listed for an amazing award and we would like to thank all our customers and staff, we have a great team here at HOUSE” explained Shaun Manager of HOUSE.We wanted an exciting social venue where people can drink and enjoy great wine and cocktails at very attractive prices. Our wine list starts from €23 a bottle Sibarita’s Selection Cabernat Sauvignon a well-structured full bodied Sauvignon And represents excellent quality and value for money throughout. To Join our EXCLUSIVE programme email us on: [email protected]: https://www.facebook.com/housewinebarandtaproomHOUSE VENUE DEVISE EXCLUSIVE MEMBERS REWARDS PROGRAMME was last modified: August 28th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
11 June 2013South Africa produced a focused and intense performance when they most needed it to crush Pakistan by 67 runs in front of a lively crowd in an ICC Championships Trophy Group B match at Edgbaston on Monday.On a difficult pitch, in a game they had to win to keep their semi-finals hopes alive, the Proteas posted 234 for 9 after AB de Villiers elected to bat, and then bowled the Pakistanis out for 167 in 45 overs.With Graeme Smith, Jacques Kallis, Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel all missing the team was without four of its leading players, but Hashim Amla was still there and he delivered a man-of-the-match winning performance by scoring 81 off 97 deliveries with the bat.Superb bowlingRyan McLaren, meanwhile, continued to put on an excellent impression of Kallis by following up his unbeaten 71 against India with a superb 4 for 19 in eight overs with the ball against the Pakistanis.Pakistan’s fragile batting was once again their undoing. Of the South African top six, only David Miller missed out on reaching 20 (by a single run), while only two of the Pakistanis made it past 20. In fact, only four players in their entire innings hit double figures and those are stats that are not going to win any team many games.At the post-match presentations, captain AB de Villiers said: “A lot of things pleased me. I am really delighted. I thought we played great cricket against India and were so disappointed to come up short there, but it makes this victory so much sweeter.“We’ve got a lot of support from back home and to get a victory likes this makes it a lot better.”‘We performed really well’Summing up the team’s performance, De Villiers said: “We performed really well in all areas. We got more than 200 against a quality bowling attack on a tough wicket. Not a lot of teams would have achieved that, I believe, even though I believe we could have got to 250 at the end. It was still a good score on a tough wicket.“Then, the bowlers, bowling together as a unit today, and the three spinners bowling really well, was very pleasing.”De Villiers also paid tribute to fast bowler Chris Morris, who flew out to join the team after Morne Morkel injured himself in their first march against India. Sharing the new ball with Lonwabo Tsotsobe, Morris showed no nerves in his first one-day international as he sent Imran Farhat and Mohammed Hafeez packing with only 18 runs on the board. He went on to finish with figures of 2 for 25 in seven overs.SolidAmla, opening with Colin Ingram for the first time, gave South Africa a solid if somewhat slow foundation of 53 for the opening wicket before Ingram was out in the 15th over for 20.AB de Villiers and JP Duminy threatened later in the innings, but they were both run out, as were Chris Morris and Aaron Phangiso in the chase for runs in the dying overs of the innings.After Amla, De Villiers’ 31 was the next highest score, followed by 28 from Faf du Plessis. “The wicket was a bit difficult up front,” Amla said when he received the man of the match award.Pakistan’s bowling“Obviously they bowled quite well and as the ball got older the wicket turned more and made it even tougher to score,” Amla said. “Fortunately, we got a few mini-partnerships going and that managed to propel us to 230-odd.”Chasing 235 for victory, Pakistan never really got out of the blocks after Morris sent Farhat’s stumps flying in the second over.Misbah ul-Haq, as he had against the West Indies, played a captain’s knock and finished the top scorer with 55 off 75 balls, while Nasir Jamshed weighed with 42, but it took him 76 deliveries to put together.Opening the bowling with Morris, Lonwabo Tsotsobe showed a welcome return to form as he picked up 2 for 23 in nine overs, while between them, Aaron Phangiso, JP Duminy and Robin Peterson sent down 21 overs of spin bowling and claimed 2 for 93 at 4.4 runs per over.Last group gameSouth Africa next face the West Indies in their final group match at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff on Friday, and there was good news for the team ahead of the match.To cheers from Proteas supporters, skipper De Villiers revealed: “Dale [Steyn] will most probably be ready for the next game. We missed him the last two, but it’s great to see other guys step up and once we get that injection from Dale we’ll be an even better team and that’s exciting.”Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material
La Salle has welcomed former NBA G-League coach Jermaine Byrd to its camp, confirming earlier reports that the Green Archers are bringing in a new coach.Green Archers guard Alun Melecio posted a photo with the American mentor during La Salle training. The Facebook post has since been deleted.ADVERTISEMENT SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion Hotel management clarifies SEAG footballers’ kikiam breakfast issue Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles04:26Deaf personalities everyone should know05:01What the Deaf want the hearing to know02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Pia Wurtzbach, Sharon Cuneta, Alyssa Valdez headline muses for PBA Season 44 opening For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. TS Kammuri to enter PAR possibly a day after SEA Games opening LATEST STORIES Screenshot of Aljun Melecio’s Facebook post.Byrd previous coaching experience includes stints with the Tulsa 66ers, Sioux Falls Skyford and LA Defenders in the NBA G-League as an assistant coach.Byrd is taking over the coaching duties from Louie Gonzalez, who only lasted one season as head coach of the Green Archers.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsLa Salle went 8-6 under Gonzalez in the UAAP Season 81 where it missed the Final Four after losing to Far Eastern University in a knockout game for the last semifinals slot. SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Is Luis Manzano planning to propose to Jessy Mendiola? MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LOOK: Joyce Pring goes public with engagement to Juancho Triviño View comments
On Saturday, 10 December a group of people started the 466 kilometre run, which will take place over nine days, raising money for two charities, the Australian Heart and Lung Transplant Association (AHLTA) and The McGrath Foundation. The idea came from Dillon, a personal trainer from Caringbah and originally from Wagga Wagga. Greg decided to embark on this journey to raise some funds for these two great causes, inspired by a client of his, Kimberley Livingstone. Kimberley was born with cystic fibrosis, and at age 28, didn’t have the energy to get out of bed. She had to be in a wheelchair to go anywhere, or do anything with her oxygen bottle by her side and in 2008 her condition deteriorated and she was put on the organ donation waiting list. After 13 months, Kimberley got the call she had been desperately been waiting for, an organ donor had been found.Two years on, Kim met Greg whilst training for this year’s City to Surf, which she completed and beat her time from last year and this gave Greg the motivation and the idea to raise some money for AHLTA to help people like Kim. The McGrath Foundation was also chosen after breast cancer recently touched Greg’s family.Greg is running the whole distance and after three days was just short of the Hume Highway. Kim is aiming for 10 kilometres a day. Kim’s husband is driving the support vehicle and doing some running too, along with Greg’s sister Claire who is along for the ride and the run to support her big brother on his enormous journey.For more information on the run, to donate, and to keep up with Dillon’s progress, please visit the website – www.cronulla2wagga.com. There is also an auction of a Kangaroos framed jersey signed by the Australian Four Nations squad, with further information on the website. Dillon was a member of the Australian 20’s Boys team that defeated New Zealand in the 2009 Youth Trans Tasman Series, while more recently he was a member of the New South Wales Country Mavericks side that competed in the 2011 Elite Eight series. Touch Football Australia would like to wish Greg all the best for the rest of the journey.
HALIFAX – Health officials in Nova Scotia say free naloxone kits will be available to the public at 300 community pharmacies across the province beginning Sept. 1.The move to expand the $564,000 antidote program is part of a framework plan to address opioid use and overdoses that was released today in Halifax.The plan focuses on five key issues including understanding the issue, prevention, harm reduction, treatment, prescribing practices and law enforcement.Opioid death numbers will now be posted online and there are also plans to share more specific information between police forces and other first responders in order to help detect and address potential “hotspots” in the province.However, chief medical officer of health Dr. Robert Strang says two other significant measures, safe injection sites and prescription standards for opioids, are still being studied.Officials say there were 54 acute opioid overdose deaths in the province in 2016, with four involving illicit fentanyl and three others involving another powerful synthetic opioid, U-47700.Note to readers: CORRECTS spelling of opioids
Sepp Blatter has critised the decision to allow the use of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) for the upcoming World Cup as “not very clever”The former FIFA president was very critical of his successor, Gianni Infantino, for permitting the use of the system with Blatter believing that the fans in Russia will not feel comfortable with it.“For a purist in football, as I am, I think it is an innovation which is going too fast,” said Blatter, according to the BBC.Fan dies after setting herself on fire protesting Iran’s ban on women spectators Manuel R. Medina – September 10, 2019 A young woman from Iran set, only publicly known as The Blue Girl for the color of her favorite club Esteghlal, has died from her injuries after protesting Iran’s ban on female fans.“Most of the referees have never worked this system. To go to the World Cup and introduce this system in the World Cup, I think it is not very clever.“I don’t feel comfortable, definitely not, and spectators don’t feel comfortable.”Previously Blatter was the FIFA president for 17 years, before being removed from the post after a corruption scandal in 2015. The 82 year-old is currently serving a reduced six year ban from sporting competitions.