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These days, a lot of startup companies focus on building a “minimum viable product” the simplest version of a product that a customer might actually buy.

Bill Davis didn’t do that.

The Westlake company was able to process $10 billion in health care claims last year partly because of a decision Davis made when he started developing the technology back in the 1990s: He wanted the software to be able to process billions upon billions of dollars if needed.

Granted, unlike other entrepreneurs, he didn’t have to build a series of cheap prototypes in an effort to figure out what customers would actually buy. Davis had an advantage, though. He originally designed the software for one customer and one customer only a joint venture formed by Chase Manhattan Bank and Tandem Computers.

So he knew exactly what they wanted: A system that would allow them to take lots of payments headed to the same health care provider and combine them into a single check. It had to work perfectly, and it had to be extremely scalable from the beginning.

“We were dealing with very big guys who said, ‘Oh, you’re going to want to design it this way, because, you know, you’re going to be processing $100 billion,’ ” Davis said.

But it didn’t really start needing massive scalability until 2010. That’s when ECHO Health released a technology that gave its clients an easy way to take advantage of a new payment option in the health care industry: The virtual card, which allows health care providers to accept payments via payment card networks run by companies like Visa and MasterCard.

The growing number of payment options presented an opportunity for ECHO Health. Not only did it start processing virtual card payments, but it developed a system that would allow its clients the third party administrators who manage corporate health plans to automatically select the best payment option, taking into account their preferences and the preferences of the health care provider.

In other words, the so called “waterfall” system would consolidate payments going to a single provider and then determine whether the money would be delivered via a virtual card, an electronic check or a printed check.

“We were breaking ground then. No one was doing anything like this,” Davis said,
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noting that ECHO Health offers even more payment options today.

The company got two major clients to start using the waterfall technology in 2010, and “the volume just exploded from there,” according to Kristopher Kern, vice president and chief financial officer.

The result: ECHO Health’s revenue was more than 27 times higher in 2015 than it was in 2010. The size of its staff has grown, too. It employs 44 people today, up from 13 in 2010.

Notice that the revenue is growing faster than the staff. That speaks to the scalability of the company’s software and its business model, according to Davis.

He formed ECHO Health in 1997, after both Chase Manhattan Bank and Tandem Computers were acquired by other companies. The new owners had no interest in the health care payments industry, so Davis offered them a deal: The companies could keep the $1 million in cash that remained on the joint venture’s balance sheet if he could keep the intellectual property.

Though it turned out to be a fantastic bargain for Davis, times were tough in the early years. Like many entrepreneurs, he had to rely heavily on credit cards and his personal savings. But in the early 2000s, ECHO Health started winning more and more customers, since it allowed them to spend less time and money printing physical checks, shipping them and managing the process.

HealthSCOPE Benefits came on as a client about five or six years ago, after ECHO Health had started expanding its capabilities. HealthSCOPE CEO Joe Edwards said the Westlake company’s technology gave him confidence that he would know “where every dollar was going.” The Little Rock, Ark. based company gets daily records confirming the location of those dollars.

“The money is taken care of. There are no loose ends,” he said.

He also lauded the system’s scalability.

Davis is really hoping to see just how scalable the system is. By the end of 2016, ECHO Health expects to be processing claims at a run rate of $18 billion per year. And in 10 years,
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the company aims to hit that dollar figure Davis has been preparing for since the ’90s: $100 billion in claims processed per year.

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“It is truly an honor to be associated with Elton John, one of music and pop culture’s most legendary, innovative and unrivaled performers,” said Jay Marciano, chairman and CEO of AEG Presents, the company promoting the tour. “In a manner and style that could only be conceived by such a renowned artist, Elton’s ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’ concerts will be the ultimate and final opportunity for his millions of fans around the world to experience this generation’s most incomparable and iconic entertainer.”8 September Allentown, PA PPL Center 11 September Philadelphia, PA The Wells Fargo Center 12 September Philadelphia, PA The Wells Fargo Center 15 September Buffalo, NY KeyBank Center 16 September University Park, PA Bryce Jordan Center 19 September Hartford, CT XL Center 21 September Washington DC Capital One Arena 22 September Washington DC Capital One Arena 25 September Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre 26 September Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre 28 September Ottawa, ON Canadian Tire Centre 29 September Qubec City, QC Videotron Centre October 2018

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KNAPP Wood smoke drifted in the air while an 8 foot high bonfire crackled as branches and logs were added.

Chainsaws buzzed. Trees fell. Beyond the first bonfire, three or four more were being started, each fed by teams of volunteers dragging branches in the snow.

This deforestation was being done in the name of conservation and water quality. The trees being cut were 99 percent box elders bordering Wilson Creek, a small trout stream.

The plan is to replace box elders with native grasses, which have deep roots that prevent erosion.

Wilson Creek carries so much phosphorus and sediment that it is on the federal list of impaired waters. The creek flows into Lake Menomin at Menomonie, adding more nutrients to that famously green lake.

A major part of the funding for the work comes from a federal farm bill program for clean water. But this is also a trout habitat project. Wilson Creek has wild brook trout, although not many in this section.

The project covers about 2,000 feet of stream between Highway O and 770th Ave., just east of Knapp in Dunn County.

Box elders are a native species related to maples. I told if you are willing to boil enough of their sap you can get maple syrup, but in flood plains they are very aggressive, shading out other trees.

Box elders have shallow root systems and when they tip over they uproot soil that finds its way into the creek.

As box elders tumble into the creek they divert the current to the far bank, causing additional box elders to topple in a sort of domino effect, said Nate Anderson, state Department of Natural Resources trout habitat specialist in western Wisconsin. The end result of the toppling box elders is a wide, shallow creek with a bottom of shifting sand and sediment, leaving few places for trout to live and spawn.

This project is trying to reverse this trend by replacing the box elders with deep rooted native grasses bordering the creek.

now it extremely wide and shallow. What we want to do is narrow the creek up and get it back to its original depth, Anderson said.

Trees are cut to leave about 3 feet of stump higher than you would cut if you were harvesting trees for timber. However, the 3 foot stump makes it easier for the DNR to come in later with an excavator and pull up the roots, Anderson said. If they don get the roots, the trees will re sprout.

Anderson said when volunteers cut trees, it saves the DNR time and money. In addition, those volunteer hours can be used for a match for some grants.

The tree cutters are also leaving 10 foot logs from some of the straighter box elders. Some of those logs may be used in trout habitat structures in the creek, Anderson said, and others may go to the Dunn County Fish and Game Club to be used in fish cribs. Some logs will be used as firewood by area residents.

I have helped twice on this project along with a few other volunteers from Eau Claire and Menomonie, but there were more Minnesota folks than Wisconsin folks there.

The project is being coordinated by the Kiap TU Wish Chapter of Trout Unlimited, which is comprised of Wisconsin residents living west of Baldwin as well as a number of Minnesota residents who fish in Wisconsin.

They went to work efficiently, cutting dead trees first and collecting wood for the base of the bonfires. They tossed green boughs and logs on top of the blaze. The fire was ignited with a roll of toilet paper soaked in diesel fuel.

If a bonfire sputtered with too much green wood, volunteers gave it a blast of air with a leaf blower, one of those gas powered devices normally used for blowing leaves off of urban driveways.

The group has been at it every Saturday all winter. Sometimes a few of them come over on Wednesday mornings.

On New Year Day, when most folks were in their warm homes watching parades and football games, a volunteer crew was cutting trees on Wilson Creek. By the time they quit in early afternoon, it had warmed up to 5 degrees below zero.

Despite that chill, the group stayed warm, said Randy Arnold of Minnetonka, Minn., its leader.

soon as you get one fire going, and people are working, then pretty soon people are down to their shirt sleeves, he said.

With broad shoulders and long hair, Arnold would not look out of place at a Grateful Dead concert, except that he usually has a chainsaw in his hands. He owns 20 of the machines, although he doesn bring them all to the work days.

The placement of the bonfires is important, he explained. You want enough dead wood nearby to get a fire going, but you want the fire centrally located so that people don have to drag logs and branches more than 30 or 40 feet.

a fan of more fires and less dragging, he said.

The first time I worked on the project, I suggested we leave the piles of branches for rabbit habitat, but Arnold said that wouldn work at this location. The goal is to have a cleared surface where the DNR can plant native grasses, he said.

The drive to Knapp from Minnetonka, which is on the western side of the Twin Cities, takes about an hour and 20 minutes, he said.
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LEWISBURG Michael Daniloff announced he will resign from the East Buffalo Township Board of Supervisors effective March 9.

Daniloff cited changes in his personal life when reached for comment Tuesday.

“I have more responsibilities I need to tend to. I felt I needed to give this job up to spend more time with my family,” Daniloff said. “I’ve got to reset my priorities.”

Daniloff announced his intent to resign following an executive session during Monday’s board meeting. Township residents elected Daniloff in the 2013 election. He began a six year term in January 2014.

Supervisors Matt Schumacher and Char Gray have 30 days from the effective date of resignation to appoint a replacement for the unexpired term, which ends Jan. 5, 2020.

Residents seeking to be appointed must have lived in East Buffalo Township for at least one continuous year. Feb. 23. Interviews will follow during the week of Feb. 26 with an appointment expected to be made at the March 12 township board meeting.

“I hope there are some qualified people who might be interested in the position. I think there are,” Daniloff said.

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who retired as CEO of Evangelical Community Hospital, joined the board. She called him a “tremendous role model and mentor.”

“He considers every angle, asks a lot of questions and gives input when needed. A lot of times people say they don’t think he’s paying attention. He is,” Kifolo said.

“I’m going to miss him. He hasn’t really been here that long and yet made a positive impact on the community where he lives,” she said.

Daniloff’s exit marks the second familiar face to leave the board this year. Longtime supervisor Henry Baylor didn’t run for re election in 2017,
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The only local race with multiple candidates for voters to choose between was the district attorney race for the 13th Judicial District, which includes Morgan County. Brittny Lewton from Akron, a Republican, but the challenger would come up very short throughout the judicial district, unofficial results showed.

In Morgan County, voters chose Lewton over Wiese by around 64 percent to 36 percent, according to unofficial results. But there were many voters who did not choose either, since there were fewer total votes in the race than ballots cast.

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During the race, Lewton told the Fort Morgan Times she like Wiese as a person but does not think he is right for the district attorney job.

“He’s never tried a homicide case. I think he’s woefully ill equipped,” she said. should know their case well enough that they file the proper charges up front, and they don’t have to amend their cases,” Wiese said.

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The health care industry is going through a major transformation right now. And that means many companies are at a crossroads.

They need to either move forward and look for new and innovative ways to treat patients or get left behind. This can’t always be done with each company or research organization working in their own silo. In order to achieve the most efficient and impactful medical advances, there needs to be collaboration here in Cleveland, across the state of Ohio and around the globe.

This month Quality Electrodynamics (QED) marked a new era in collaborative medical device research by officially opening our QED Research Center in Mayfield Village. The QED Research Center provides a cross functional collaboration platform, both internal and external, for the research community and business leaders to innovate, vet and develop state of the art technologies to provide Ohio’s medical community a “first look” at emerging clinical sciences.

This center of excellence started as a concept less than two years ago when I realized our company could make an even bigger impact in the health care industry by working to improve patient care with some of the world’s most prominent researchers, physicians and imaging equipment manufacturers. Yet, I didn’t know how best to get this idea off the ground. As it turned out, I didn’t have to look much farther than Ohio’s private economic development corporation, JobsOhio.

In 2016, officials at BioEnterprise, the nonprofit health care and bioscience business accelerator here in Cleveland, told me that JobsOhio was about to announce a new program, the JobsOhio Research and Development (R Center Grant Program, with $50 million of initial funding.

The program’s goal would be to support the development and commercialization of emerging technologies and products in the state’s key industries, including health care, which would spur innovation and job creation in Ohio. Industry leaders at BioEnterprise, Team NEO and JobsOhio connected me with the right people to make this project a reality.

Business leaders like myself are very fortunate to have access to these organizations, with people who care about what we do and see the opportunities we want to create. They saw the opportunity, understood the difficulties and executed the resources to make it happen. In less than three months after our initial introduction, QED became the first recipient of a JobsOhio R Center Grant.

At one point my team looked at other locations, such as Boston and Germany. But the truth is we have access to some of the greatest medical institutions, talent and entrepreneurs here in Ohio all at a lower and more competitive cost of doing business.

Within close proximity of the region’s Health Tech Corridor anchored by Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals and Case Western Reserve University, QED researchers and customers the world’s leading imaging providers will collaborate readily with faculty and commercial leaders and participate in open innovation projects. The QED Research Center begins stage 1 with Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation (TMSC). We have just installed TMSC’s state of the art Galan 3T MRI scanner as our first resource enabling immediate research feedback and accelerating development of the MRI clinical sciences.

Employment is expected to grow by 18% over the next 10 years in the bioscience and health care space. With the help of our current and future state leadership and the out of the box economic development formula, our hope is Ohio will be a leader when it comes to addressing society’s most pressing challenges in health care: breakthroughs in access, affordability, quality and speed. This forward thinking mindset could lead to better outcomes and ultimately save lives.

Dr. Hiroyuki Fujita is the founder and CEO of Quality Electrodynamics (QED), an advanced medical device innovator, manufacturer and global distributor of RF coils for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners.
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Elton John is retiring from the road after his upcoming three year global tour, capping nearly 50 years on stages around the world. He calls it a to go out with a bang. had a good run, I think you admit that, John said Wednesday, adding that he wanted to people thinking, saw the last tour and it was fantastic.’ 70 year old singer, pianist and composer said he wanted to spend time with his family. His children will be 10 and 8 when he stops in 2021, and John said he hoped he might be able to take them to soccer practice. priorities now are my children and my husband and my family, he said. is the end. made the announcement at an event in New York in which he sat at a piano and performed Dancer and Still Standing. He wore his signature glasses and a colorful suit jacket that read Loves Elton. final tour dubbed Yellow Brick Road starts in September. It will consist of 300 shows in North America, Europe, Asia, South America and Asia. Tickets go on sale beginning Feb. 2.

John said he decided on his retirement plans in 2015 in France. can physically do the travelling and I don want to, he said. He also ruled out a residency but vowed: will be creative up until the day I die. the Grammy Awards, to be presented in New York on Sunday, John is to perform alongside Miley Cyrus and will collect the President Merit Award. His Vegas residency ends in May after six years.

His hits include Song and in the Wind. He has won five Grammys, an Oscar, a Golden Globe for Lion King and a Tony Award for He is the recipient of a Kennedy Center Honor.

John, who has sold 300 million records, launched his first tour in 1970 and boasts having performed over 4,000 times in more than 80 countries. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994.

He has suffered several medical setbacks of late, including a bacterial infection last year that he contracted during a South American tour and an E. coli bacterial infection in 2009. He also suffered an appendicitis and has been fitted with a pacemaker.

From 1970 76, John released 10 original studio albums and seven consecutive chart toppers. He remained a hit maker over the following four decades, from Lion King soundtrack song You Feel the Love Tonight to a revision of his Marilyn Monroe ode in the Wind, released in 1997 after the death of John friend Princess Diana and one of the bestselling singles of all time.
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Terre Haute pet owners Vivian Hansen and Dustin Meny agree “it’s unfair” bills aimed at protecting animals will not even get a hearing at the Indiana statehouse this session.

Hansen says, “I think it’s something that action needs to be taken because it’s a bigger problem than people would probably think.”

Without movement at the state level, an Evansville, Indiana city councilwoman says she worked with local police, humane officers and the prosecutor’s office to create a city wide animal abuse registry without passing any ordinances. That registry went live last week.

Councilwoman Missy Mosby says, “These are actually convicted cases so they are public record. So since they are public record, you know,
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we can put them on our police department website just like just we do, you know, people that are wanted for different things.”

Councilwoman Mosby says she wanted to create the registry in a way other communities could easily mirror.

Shelters can use the information to screen adopters and insure animals are not going home with convicted abusers.

It is also a resource for the public.

Mosby says, “You may have a neighbor that’s not suppose to have animals, and you look over in their yard and they do, you can help be the eyes and the ears for the police department.”

Hansen and Meny say they like the idea.

Meny says, “I think it’s important that our local leaders get involved in something with that just to kind of let us know that they care about our issues regarding our animals.”

Mosby says she has already been contacted by people in Kentucky to set up registries there and she is willing to help people in the Wabash Valley do the same.
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After two years of living in East Harlem, De Jess, 31, registered to vote for the first time in the 2016 presidential elections. “I’ve started to create a life in New York,” he said. “There is not much hope back home.”

De Jess is one of 5.3 million Puerto Ricans who reside on the mainland. More than 80,000 people left the island in 2014 in the wake of an economic crisis, and an average of 230 people have moved to the mainland every day this year.

Many will take the island’s current economic crisis to the polls in November, residents of East Harlem said. Puerto Ricans make up 24.5 percent of the population in East Harlem, but turnout in the 2012 election for Puerto Ricans only reached 52.8 percent. As American citizens, they are not burdened with immigration concerns. Instead, many worry that the crisis might lower their chances of going back home.

“I would like to own a home in Puerto Rico someday,
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” said De Jess. “But the crisis in the island might put the dream on hold.”

A Controversial June, President Barack Obama signed the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management and Stability Act, or PROMESA, which in Spanish means “promise.” The bill appointed a board that will take over management of Puerto Rico’s public agencies and oversee the restructuring of Puerto Rico’s $72 billion debt.

Many Puerto Ricans are skeptical. “I don’t agree with the PROMESA bill,” said De Jess. “It just promotes more unity with the United States and we need to start moving forward.”

Residents of Puerto Rico are not able to vote in presidential elections, but as American citizens they are eligible to vote upon residency and registration in the mainland. When they do so, they lose the right to vote in Puerto Rican local elections.

Diana Verde, 18, opted to register as a resident of New York after she moved to East Harlem last summer. For her, voting in the United States is a statement on behalf of the island. “What interests me about American politics has to do with the situation in Puerto Rico,
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