Dress Shop – ALSLH http://alslh.com/ Fri, 20 May 2022 17:45:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://alslh.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-150x150.png Dress Shop – ALSLH http://alslh.com/ 32 32 School board learns more about declining enrollment https://alslh.com/school-board-learns-more-about-declining-enrollment/ Fri, 20 May 2022 17:22:26 +0000 https://alslh.com/school-board-learns-more-about-declining-enrollment/ Enrollment applications at charter schools in the NOLA Public Schools District — including new students and those looking to transfer — fell nearly 30% between the 2019-20 school year and the school year. 2021-2022, according to a report presented to the Orléans Public Schools Board on Thursday. Although some of this can be attributed to […]]]>

Enrollment applications at charter schools in the NOLA Public Schools District — including new students and those looking to transfer — fell nearly 30% between the 2019-20 school year and the school year. 2021-2022, according to a report presented to the Orléans Public Schools Board on Thursday. Although some of this can be attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic and the upcoming school year has seen a slight upturn, officials and experts believe the overall trend will be downward in coming years. , following a slowdown in the city’s population growth. over the past decade, and a more recent decline in recent years.

School board members heard the report of declining enrollment at their Thursday night meeting, part of a process that NOLA public schools officials called a district “adjustment,” which could include more city charter school closures and consolidations.

New Schools for New Orleans, a nonprofit that works to improve education in the city, prepared the report. Holly Reid, Head of Policy and Portfolio, introduced him to the Board.

Among the key findings, one-third of the city’s 49 elementary schools accounted for almost half of the demand for kindergarten spaces. And just two of the district’s 27 high schools account for nearly half of the demand for ninth-grade places.

Other schools, Reid said, may struggle to fill their rosters, which can make running a school more financially difficult because funding is allocated on a per student basis.

“We know that understaffed schools make instruction and operations more expensive per student,” Reid said.

“It’s not unique to the district,” board chairman Olin Parker said, referring to a recent New York Times article.

Four NOLA public school district schools are closing at the end of this school year. Two did not win new charter contracts for academic and other reasons. And two other charters voluntarily closed after the district announced its resizing work due to low enrollment.

Although the report did not make specific recommendations on which schools to close or consolidate, it did offer an in-depth analysis of enrollment trends in the city, the state of school facilities, and whether the he condition of a school affected the application for registration.

Ten percent of the seats are already vacant in the schools in the district. And Reid noted a drop in the birth rate and a decline in the number of students entering kindergarten in recent years, likely contributing significantly to further declines in enrollment at all grade levels in the near future.

“We expect these trends to continue and affect high schools in the years to come,” she said.

Registration

The report measured the number of applications in kindergarten and ninth grade. Schools in the city largely consist of primary and secondary schools from kindergarten to grade 8. These “entry” years offer key information about new enrollments.

Half of the total kindergarten demand is in 13 of the city’s 49 elementary schools, the report concludes. At the secondary level, two high schools account for almost half of the initial requests from 9th grade candidates.

The NSNO used registration data from the district’s centralized NOLA-PS Common Application Process (NCAP) registration system, formerly known as OneApp.

Demand for new placements – new entries and transfers – in the city’s centralized admissions system fell from 13,002 for the 2019-2020 school year to 9,201 for the current school year, a decline of nearly by 30%. The pandemic could have affected those numbers, Reid said. New placement applications rose slightly for the latest round of applications – for the 2022-23 school year – to 9,609. This could be partly due to the fact that three of the city’s top performing schools joined the system common enrollment this year and because four schools are closing and these students must select a new school.

The 13 least-demanded elementary schools “pose the greatest future risk of declining enrollment as birth rates continue to decline,” the report concludes. Again, Reid said, this could make it difficult to balance a school budget, with extracurricular and other ancillary activities being the first things to cut.

The report also analyzed facilities based on their condition by calculating the cost of major repairs a school would need over the next ten years and dividing schools into four categories based on those costs. About 19,000 students attend schools in what the NSNO considers “Tier 1” facilities, which require the least capital labor, while more than 9,000 attend a “Tier 4” facility, which requires the most capital. work.

“We did not find a strong relationship between (registration) demand and facility conditions,” Reid said.

Reid said the group had four recommendations for the district moving forward, which included more publicly available data and analytics on an annual basis and worked to determine how to measure and define “quality of ‘school”. The quality of the school, she said, was key to understanding the enrollment demand.

Asked how the NSNO conducted its work, Reid said the group modeled its report after analyzes conducted by similarly sized cities that have seen declining enrollment in recent years.

The report drew some criticism from some board members.

Council member Ethan Ashley said the group should have consulted with council members and gathered community feedback before drafting a report that could influence the city’s schools overhaul.

He also called for any future work to include data disaggregated by race, gender and other subgroups.

Reid said the NSNO does not have access to this level of personalized student data, but the district itself will.

Other board members have called for academic data to be incorporated into such analysis.

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Connecticut certificate of need process to change with new budget https://alslh.com/connecticut-certificate-of-need-process-to-change-with-new-budget/ Tue, 17 May 2022 21:09:44 +0000 https://alslh.com/connecticut-certificate-of-need-process-to-change-with-new-budget/ Related practices and jurisdictions On May 7, 2022, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed into law the State’s Fiscal Year 2023 Budget (HB5506) (Law) which implements the State’s budget and makes various amendments to certain laws of the Connecticut. Among the changes, the law gives various new powers to the Office of Health Strategy (OHS) and […]]]>

On May 7, 2022, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed into law the State’s Fiscal Year 2023 Budget (HB5506) (Law) which implements the State’s budget and makes various amendments to certain laws of the Connecticut. Among the changes, the law gives various new powers to the Office of Health Strategy (OHS) and makes changes to the Certificate of Need (CON) process in the state.

Notably, for the purposes of the CON requirements, the Act defines the term “termination of services” to mean “the cessation of any service for a period greater than one hundred and eighty days”. It appears that this additional definition was intended to add certainty to scenarios that require a CON. For example, under subsections (a)(5) and (a)(7) of the existing CON statute, a CON is required for “termination of inpatient or outpatient services provided by a hospital” and “termination surgical services by an outpatient”. surgical facility. Similar wording exists in paragraph (a)(15). Current law provides that a CON is not required for “the termination of services for which the Department of Public Health has asked the facility to surrender its license.” Given the different terms used in current legislation (“termination of inpatient or outpatient services” versus “termination of services”), it is unclear how the newly defined term will be applied to the CON statutes.

The act also establishes a 16-member task force to investigate listed CON-related initiatives that include, but are not limited to:

The task force is to make recommendations on the initiatives by January 15, 2023.

Additionally, the law implements a new tiered CON application fee that ranges from $1,000 to $10,000 depending on the cost of the proposed project. Under previous law, all CONs required a $500 fee. Now, fees will range from $1,000 for projects up to $50,000 to $10,000 for projects over $10 million.

Copyright © 2022 Robinson & Cole LLP. All rights reserved.National Law Review, Volume XII, Number 137

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The market could experience a sharp contraction https://alslh.com/the-market-could-experience-a-sharp-contraction/ Sun, 15 May 2022 20:56:03 +0000 https://alslh.com/the-market-could-experience-a-sharp-contraction/ National benchmarks ended lower for the sixth consecutive session. With broader selling pressure in the market, NSE Nifty is down 629 points or 3.83% over the past week. BSE Sensex is down 3.7%. The Nifty Midcap-100 and Smallcap-100 fell 5.2% and 7.9%. The Metal index was the worst performing with 12.4%. The Energy and PSU […]]]>

National benchmarks ended lower for the sixth consecutive session. With broader selling pressure in the market, NSE Nifty is down 629 points or 3.83% over the past week. BSE Sensex is down 3.7%. The Nifty Midcap-100 and Smallcap-100 fell 5.2% and 7.9%. The Metal index was the worst performing with 12.4%. The Energy and PSU Bank indices were down 10.6% and 8.8%. All other sector indices closed in negative territory. Market breadth has been negative all week. FII sold Rs 32,701.03 crore and DII bought Rs 26,735.36 crore. The India VIX volatility index rose 10.52% and closed at 23.49.

The domestic stock market is under heavy selling pressure in the broader market. The Nifty closed at the post-July 30, 2021 low. The drop is severe and steeper than previous swings. The first drop in the current downtrend is 42 sessions and a drop of 11.9%. The second swing took 33 sessions for 14.5%. But the current drop is 13.9%, the fall only took 15 trading sessions. Interestingly, the ups are short-lived and consume almost half the time of the down. As Thursday’s low hits the previous major swing, there is a chance that the 15671 level will act as support. Support for the widening triangle is near 15150. And current swing Fibonacci extension support is placed at 15290, a 161.8% extension level.

Typically, sharp, steep trend moves will experience counter-trend consolidations for a week and then resume the downtrend. The fact is that the Nifty is far from the short-term average. The price has to pull out the 20DMA sooner or later. At the same time, the Nifty is below the lower Bollinger Band, and the upper and lower Bollinger Bands are strongly in a downtrend. The index has not yet reached the low, but the lower band has already fallen below the previous low. This trend leads to a day or two of indecision or smaller pullbacks.

Interestingly, the long-term trend indicator, 200 DMA, enters a bearish trend for the first after October 2020. After the death cross on April 18, the gap between 50 and 200DMA increases. At the same time, the distance between the index and the moving averages is also increasing. This can lead to a pullback towards one of the short-term moving averages. The index has not moved more than 8 eight days in one direction. Currently, the Nifty is declining for the last six successive sessions. The negative bias extends to a maximum of two additional days. During these two days, we have to watch the index for its support or a new bottom. If the Nifty does not fall below 15671, the pullback may be short-lived. Immediate resistance is at 16301, and above it the gap area will act as strong resistance. In any case, over the next two days the Nifty declines below 15671, and immediate support is at 15464. So look for the behavior of the index at the 15464, 15290 and 15150 levels. We cannot predict more than these levels at present.

The Nifty has lost 1320 points in just nine trading sessions. The derivatives data shows that there are huge shorts that have accumulated in the system. The PCR is almost in the neutral zone. On the decline, Open Interest (OI) is increasing almost daily. Ahead of the next weekly expiry, the market might witness strong short pressure. This can increase market volatility. At the same time, implied volatility is very high, above 20, which means option premiums have become expensive. Derivatives traders should adopt prudent risk management methods.

As we expect a bottom next week, if the Nifty is protecting the likely bottom for at least three days in a row, and a follow-up day of a sharp rise with huge volume will be classed as a rally attempt. After a basic formation and a breakout, the market will offer us medium-term opportunities. Look for consolidation in the market and understand that the technical pullback is only due to short coverage. It was reiterated to continue to take a very equity-specific approach and adopt a positive but cautious outlook on the short-term markets.

(The author is Chief Mentor, Indus School of Technical Analysis, Financial Journalist, Technical Analyst, Trainer and Family Fund Manager)

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Cincinnati Metro to host job fair to find bus drivers https://alslh.com/cincinnati-metro-to-host-job-fair-to-find-bus-drivers/ Fri, 13 May 2022 19:41:00 +0000 https://alslh.com/cincinnati-metro-to-host-job-fair-to-find-bus-drivers/ CINCINNATI — Metro will host a job fair this weekend in hopes of hiring dozens of new bus operators. The hiring goal is to enable the transit agency to move forward with plans to expand and improve bus service in the greater Cincinnati area. What do you want to know Metro will host a job […]]]>

CINCINNATI — Metro will host a job fair this weekend in hopes of hiring dozens of new bus operators. The hiring goal is to enable the transit agency to move forward with plans to expand and improve bus service in the greater Cincinnati area.


What do you want to know

  • Metro will host a job fair this weekend as part of an ongoing effort to attract new drivers
  • Transit agency needs about 50-75 new drivers to help expand services and implement its Reinvent the Subway plan
  • Staffing issues have affected bus systems across the country
  • The hiring event will take place on Saturday at 1401 Bank Street.

The hiring event will take place on Saturday, May 14 at Metro’s Queensgate division (1401 Bank Street). It will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Those planning to attend do not have to RSVP. But for those considering applying, submit your application online before the event, if possible.

Metro has struggled to retain and recruit staff, especially bus drivers, during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a problem that affects transportation companies across the country.

The agency needs additional drivers to cover existing routes and expand its service. Metro has about 475 drivers on its payroll, but it wants to add 100 to 150 more by the end of the year.

They have held several job fairs over the past few months, the most recent being on March 17th. They also ran an aggressive campaign on social media.

Driver shortages have at least played a role in service changes in recent months – some more minor, others more drastic, such as those in December which affected 22 routes. These adjustments included a mixture of route consolidations and schedule adjustments as well as the elimination of an express route to Forest Park.

Staffing issues have also limited Metro’s ability to implement aspects of its Reinventing Metro plan, which aims to better connect residents of greater Cincinnati to jobs, school and medical services.

“Due to the nationwide driver shortage, we have had to make adjustments to our current service in an effort to improve service reliability for our customers,” Metro spokesperson Brandy Jones said. , in January. “We’ve also been very strategic about the timing and service improvements to be implemented based on factors such as staffing levels and ridership patterns and needs.”

Troy Miller, president of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 627, which represents Metro employees, said part of the challenge of hiring drivers has to do with finding the “right person” for the post. The unique bus service schedule is a challenge, Miller said. He also mentioned that some applicants were encountering complications during the background check and screening processes.

Part of Metro’s selling pitch to would-be drivers is a new contract struck several months ago between the bus drivers’ union, ATU, and the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority, which operates Metro.

The contract guarantees “better pay, benefits and stability” than at any time in the agency’s history, according to Metro. Drivers start at $21 per hour.

Other benefits include:

  • Paid training at $19 per hour, which includes Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) training and CDL license fee reimbursement.

  • Opportunities to earn premium pay rates on high demand routes

  • $2,000 signing bonus upon completion of training and 95-day trial period

  • Salary increase every six months

Metro also offers comprehensive health and dental benefits, retirement benefits and discounted transit passes for a spouse and dependents.

For more information, visit go-metro.com/careers or call 513-632-7559.


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Detailed Overview of Wireless ICT in Healthcare Market 2022 and Considerable Growth, Future Scope, Rising Demand to 2028: Aeotec Group GmbH, GE, Libelium, Nokia, Orca Systems, Sigfox, KORE Wireless https://alslh.com/detailed-overview-of-wireless-ict-in-healthcare-market-2022-and-considerable-growth-future-scope-rising-demand-to-2028-aeotec-group-gmbh-ge-libelium-nokia-orca-systems-sigfox-kore-wireless/ Thu, 12 May 2022 12:23:03 +0000 https://alslh.com/detailed-overview-of-wireless-ict-in-healthcare-market-2022-and-considerable-growth-future-scope-rising-demand-to-2028-aeotec-group-gmbh-ge-libelium-nokia-orca-systems-sigfox-kore-wireless/ The latest report on the Wireless ICT in Healthcare Market provides a comprehensive overview of key industry issues characteristics, including production, market growth rate, industry share, consumption value and volumedemand for specific types of products and services, and more. The publication focuses on providing a competitive edge to new entrants to the industry and those […]]]>

The latest report on the Wireless ICT in Healthcare Market provides a comprehensive overview of key industry issues characteristics, including production, market growth rate, industry share, consumption value and volumedemand for specific types of products and services, and more. The publication focuses on providing a competitive edge to new entrants to the industry and those aiming to enter the market in the next few years. It offers information on the latest consolidations, acquisitions, associations, buyers and sellers who have had a significant impact on this sector of the industry, as well as experiments with posting serious business scenes in recent years.

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Segmentation based on key players

◘ Aeotec GmbH Group
◘ GE
◘ Libelium
◘Nokia
◘ Orca Systems
◘ Sigfox
◘ Wireless KORE
◘Siemens
◘ Silicon Laboratories
◘Nokia
◘ Orca Systems
◘ Vera Control

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◘ M2M
◘ WBAN
◘ Others

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◘ Hospitals
◘ Personal Care
◘ Home care
◘ Others

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Palas, TSI, Brechtel, Topas – Queen Anne and Mangolia News https://alslh.com/palas-tsi-brechtel-topas-queen-anne-and-mangolia-news/ Tue, 10 May 2022 14:25:00 +0000 https://alslh.com/palas-tsi-brechtel-topas-queen-anne-and-mangolia-news/ The latest report on the Aerosol Neutralizers Market provides a comprehensive overview of key industry issues characteristics, including production, market growth rate, industry share, consumption value and volumedemand for specific types of products and services, and more. The publication focuses on providing a competitive edge to new entrants to the industry and those aiming to […]]]>

The latest report on the Aerosol Neutralizers Market provides a comprehensive overview of key industry issues characteristics, including production, market growth rate, industry share, consumption value and volumedemand for specific types of products and services, and more. The publication focuses on providing a competitive edge to new entrants to the industry and those aiming to enter the market in the next few years. It offers information on the latest consolidations, acquisitions, associations, buyers and sellers who have had a significant impact on this sector of the industry, as well as experiments with posting serious business scenes in recent years.

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Segmentation based on key players

• Palaces
• ITS
• Brechtel
• Topas

Type-Based Segmentation

• Radioactive neutralizer
• Non-radioactive neutralizer

Application-based segmentation

• Submicron sizing of aerosols
• Mobile and field studies
• Aerosol load surveys
• Generation of monodispersed aerosols
• Others

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Shipping Market Size Expected to Grow by USD 10.78 Billion | 40% of market growth comes from Europe https://alslh.com/shipping-market-size-expected-to-grow-by-usd-10-78-billion-40-of-market-growth-comes-from-europe/ Sat, 07 May 2022 00:12:09 +0000 https://alslh.com/shipping-market-size-expected-to-grow-by-usd-10-78-billion-40-of-market-growth-comes-from-europe/ NEW YORK , May 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The ocean freight forwarding market has been classified as part of the global maritime market within the global transportation market. The market size is expected to increase by $10.78 billion from 2019 to 2024. The growth momentum of the market will progress at a CAGR of 3% […]]]>

NEW YORK , May 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The ocean freight forwarding market has been classified as part of the global maritime market within the global transportation market. The market size is expected to increase by $10.78 billion from 2019 to 2024. The growth momentum of the market will progress at a CAGR of 3% during the forecast period.

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The maritime transit market covers the following areas:

Sizing of the maritime transport market
Shipping Market Forecast
Shipping market analysis

Driver and Challenge

the Global Cross-Border E-Commerce Market Growth Driving LCL Volume is one of the key factors driving the growth of the shipping market. The global cross-border e-commerce market has been valued at $460 billion in 2017 and should reach $1.265 billion during the forecast period. The United States and China are the major contributing countries to the global cross-border e-commerce market. Growing internet penetration and rising purchasing power parity (PPP) across all regions is driving the growth of the cross-border e-commerce market. This growth should positively influence the volume of maritime freight worldwide. LCL’s ocean shipments are boosted by the increase in the number of small package shipments. In addition, providers plan to expand their service portfolio. Maritime transport is becoming a preferred mode for e-commerce due to infrastructure development. Additionally, there is an increase in the use of intermodal freight transportation due to the cost advantages it offers shippers over using a single mode of transportation.

Consolidation in the shipping industry leading to high freight costs and operational difficulties will challenge the shipping market during the forecast period. The move towards consolidation in the shipping industry is expected to continue over the forecast period. Major shipping lines have formed alliances, reducing excess ship capacity as well as the cost of scrapping idle ships in ports. Such consolidations in the transportation industry will lead to an oligopolistic market, which could reduce the number of options freight forwarders can choose from. This, in turn, will lead to an increase in freight rates.

Regional analysis

Europe will account for 40% of the market growth over the forecast period. Growing volume of trade on European trade routes, increasing throughput of container ports and increasing number of FTAs ​​in the region will drive the growth of the shipping market in Europe during the forecast period. Market growth in this region will be faster than market growth in other regions. Germany and UK are key countries for ocean freight forwarding market in Europe.

Companies cited

  • Agility Public Warehousing Company KSCP

  • CH Robinson Worldwide Inc.

  • CEVA Logistics SA

  • CJ Logistics Corp.

  • Deutsche Bahn AG

  • Deutsche Post AG

  • DSV Panalpina A/S

  • Hellmann Worldwide Logistics SE & Co. KG

  • Kuehne + Nagel International AG

  • United Parcel Service Inc.

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Shipping Market Scope

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Details

Page number

120

base year

2019

Forecast period

2020-2024

Growth momentum and CAGR

Accelerate at a CAGR of 3%

Market Growth 2020-2024

$10.78 billion

Market structure

Fragmented

Annual growth (%)

1.92

Regional analysis

Europe, APAC, North America, South America and MEA

Successful market contribution

Europe at 40%

Main consumer countries

China, Germany, United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Japan

Competitive landscape

Leading companies, competitive strategies, scope of consumer engagement

Profiled companies

Agility Public Warehousing Company KSCP, CH Robinson Worldwide Inc., CEVA Logistics AG, CJ Logistics Corp., Deutsche Bahn AG, Deutsche Post AG, DSV Panalpina A/S, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics SE & Co. KG, Kuehne + Nagel International AG, and United Parcel Service Inc.

Market dynamics

Parent Market Analysis, Market Growth Drivers and Barriers, Fast and Slow Growing Segment Analysis, COVID 19 Impact and Future Consumer Dynamics, Market Condition Analysis for the Forecast Period,

Personalization area

If our report does not include the data you are looking for, you can contact our analysts and customize the segments.

Main topics covered:

Summary

Market landscape

  • Market ecosystem

  • Value chain analysis

Market sizing

Five forces analysis

Market segmentation by service

  • Market segments

  • Comparison by service

  • FCL – Market size and forecast 2019-2024

  • LCL – Market size and forecast 2019-2024

  • Market opportunity by service

Customer landscape

Geographic landscape

  • Geographic segmentation

  • Geographic comparison

  • Europe – Market size and forecast 2019-2024

  • APAC – Market size and forecast 2019-2024

  • North America – Market size and forecast 2019-2024

  • South America – Market size and forecast 2019-2024

  • MEA – Market size and forecast 2019-2024

  • Main leading countries

  • Market Opportunity by Geography

  • Market factors

  • Market challenges

  • Market trends

Supplier Landscape

  • Insight

  • Landscape disturbance

Vendor analysis

  • Suppliers Covered

  • Positioning on the supplier market

  • Agility Public Warehousing Company KSCP

  • CH Robinson Worldwide Inc.

  • CEVA Logistics SA

  • CJ Logistics Corp.

  • Deutsche Bahn AG

  • Deutsche Post AG

  • DSV Panalpina A/S

  • Hellmann Worldwide Logistics SE & Co. KG

  • Kuehne + Nagel International AG

  • United Parcel Service Inc.

Annex

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Cenlar promotes senior executives | business thread https://alslh.com/cenlar-promotes-senior-executives-business-thread/ Thu, 05 May 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://alslh.com/cenlar-promotes-senior-executives-business-thread/ EWING, NJ–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cenlar FSB, the nation’s leading mortgage processor and federally chartered wholesale bank, announced the promotion of seven business leaders who exemplify the best of our business and enable us to deliver the service solutions the most innovative, high quality and flexible on the market. “Cenlar is proud to promote several senior leaders to […]]]>

EWING, NJ–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cenlar FSB, the nation’s leading mortgage processor and federally chartered wholesale bank, announced the promotion of seven business leaders who exemplify the best of our business and enable us to deliver the service solutions the most innovative, high quality and flexible on the market.

“Cenlar is proud to promote several senior leaders to various roles within our organization,” said Cenlar Chairman, CEO and President Greg Tornquist. “These individuals are seasoned experts in their craft and demonstrate their commitment to best serving our employees, customers and their owners.”

Our promoted leaders include:

Thomas Bland, to the vice-president, responsible for commercial information. Thomas joined Cenlar in 2016. With over 20 years of experience in technology and financial services, Thomas has held several positions with various organizations including Ally Financial Inc., State Street Bank, BNP Paribas and Janney Montgomery Scott LLC. At Cenlar, Thomas is responsible for the overall IT strategy and delivery of Cenlar’s service operations, wholesale banking, corporate functions and partnering with key leaders across all business units.

Janet Cahill, to the Vice President, Office of Technology Management. Janet has worked at Cenlar for four years. She leads the Enterprise Portfolio Management Office to ensure good governance of strategic programs, and partners with the Heads of Risk, Controls, Financial Planning and Analysis, and Human Resources to support the Director of information (CIO) in the overall management of the IT organization. Prior to her current role as Vice President of the Office of Technology Management, she held the positions of Chief Information Officer, Business Information Manager for Default Operations, and Business Information Manager for Enterprise Functions. Janet, who has worked in financial services technology for over 25 years, held senior IT positions at Bankers Trust Company, Credit Suisse First Boston, Merrill Lynch and AIG before joining Cenlar.

Victoria Gallagher to the Vice President, Compliance Program Management. Victoria manages our Compliance Advisory, Issues Management and Regulatory Change Management teams. She works closely with the Issue Management team to review issues and resolution strategies, as well as oversee Cenlar’s regulatory change management process. She also supports internal employees by addressing issues related to compliance and project support.

Rene Gonzales, to the Senior Vice President, Infrastructure and Engineering. René has over 30 years of experience in the financial services industry with merger and acquisition activity, data center migrations, business consolidations and operational improvements. Rene held executive positions at companies such as JPMorgan, Ally Financial Inc. and PHH Mortgage before joining Cenlar.

He began his career at Cenlar four years ago and has been instrumental in redesigning and improving the company’s overall technology and operational capabilities. Rene was responsible for helping implement the next generation contact center and was instrumental in migrating the business to the cloud to improve our data center capabilities, improve security, reduce risk and provide comprehensive disaster recovery capabilities. Rene works closely with key leaders across multiple business units where he advises on how to increase efficiency.

Meera Kali, to the Vice President, Compliance Risk Assessment and Testing. Meera maintains and enhances compliance risk assessments to account for regulatory and operational changes. She is responsible for monitoring regulatory compliance across all business units, through the CMS testing program, as well as managing the KRI monitoring and surveillance program.

Tim Quinn, to the Vice President, Contact Center, Technology and Borrower Communications. Tim started his career at Cenlar in 2010 as a business analyst and project manager for customer service. During his tenure, Tim led several operational teams and had a significant impact on the business. In his new role, Tim will bring his extensive experience and knowledge of the business to design and implement the borrower communication strategy. He will also ensure that the supporting technology is in place to increase customer satisfaction through the dissemination of information.

Josh Reicher, to Senior Vice President, Chief Digital Officer. Josh joined Cenlar in 2016. He manages Cenlar’s digital technology and operations, including the digital services, development, IT quality assurance, data and maintenance systems teams. With 20 years in the financial services industry and 30 years in general technology, Josh has held various IT leadership positions at Morgan Stanley, Bank of America and other organizations.

Josh was instrumental in creating Cenlar’s digital strategy which includes both B2B and B2C capabilities, such as conversational artificial intelligence (chat bots), automation via Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and workflow, improved digital communications, and a host of tools to improve operational efficiency, customer satisfaction, and employee engagement. Josh continues to lead Cenlar’s broader technology innovation and strategy.

About Cenlar FSB

Cenlar FSB is an employee-owned, federally chartered wholesale bank that services loans in 50 states and its U.S. territories. As the country’s leading contractor, Cenlar enjoys a loyal and growing customer base, including banks, credit unions and mortgage bankers. Our more than 3,000 employees, strategically located across the United States, are dedicated to customer satisfaction and teamwork that generate customer solutions unmatched in quality, flexibility and innovation. Based in Ewing, NJ, Cenlar is rated and audited regularly by independent third parties.

For more information, visit http://www.cenlar.com.

Find us on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cenlar-fsb/

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Bronchopneumonia: symptoms, causes and diagnosis https://alslh.com/bronchopneumonia-symptoms-causes-and-diagnosis/ Tue, 03 May 2022 13:19:11 +0000 https://alslh.com/bronchopneumonia-symptoms-causes-and-diagnosis/ Bronchopneumonia is a lower respiratory tract infection characterized by widespread inflammation in the lungs. This subtype of pneumonia is caused by bacteria and is found mainly in children. This article discusses the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of bronchopneumonia. FS Productions/Getty Images Symptoms Symptoms of bronchopneumonia and its severity vary widely. Your symptoms may […]]]>

Bronchopneumonia is a lower respiratory tract infection characterized by widespread inflammation in the lungs. This subtype of pneumonia is caused by bacteria and is found mainly in children.

This article discusses the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of bronchopneumonia.

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Symptoms

Symptoms of bronchopneumonia and its severity vary widely. Your symptoms may be more severe if you fall into one of the following high-risk categories:

  • You are immunocompromised.
  • You are under 5 years old.
  • You are over 65.
  • You have a pre-existing health condition or comorbidity, especially one that affects the lungs.

Symptoms of bronchopneumonia can include:

  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Sweat
  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest pain that may be worse when coughing or breathing deeply (inspiration)
  • Productive cough (spitting up mucus or phlegm)
  • Muscle aches
  • Low energy and fatigue
  • Loss of appetite
  • Headache
  • Confusion or disorientation, especially in older people
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Coughing up blood (hemoptysis)

causes

Bronchopneumonia is a lung infection of the lower respiratory tract mainly caused by bacteria, such as:

  • Streptococcus pneumoniae
  • Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib)
  • Staphylococcus aureus
  • Klebsiella pneumoniae
  • Pseudomonas aeruginosa
  • Escherichia coli (E.coli)

In rare cases, viruses such as SARS CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) and fungi, such as Aspergillus fumigatuscan also cause bronchopneumonia.

Diagnostic

Bronchopneumonia is a clinical diagnosis based on your symptoms and chest X-ray results.

Diagnosis of bronchopneumonia always begins with your healthcare provider performing a thorough clinical history and focused physical exam, listening to the heart and lungs with a stethoscope for wheezing and other breath sounds. abnormal.

Initially, blood tests looking for signs of infection – such as a complete blood count (CBC) – and a chest X-ray may be ordered.

Bronchopneumonia has a very distinct appearance on chest X-rays, often looking like patchy consolidations involving one or more lobes (sections of the lungs). Inflammation and its byproducts (neutrophil exudates) are usually centered in the bronchi (airways in the lungs) and bronchioles (smaller airways that branch from the bronchi), which spread to adjacent alveoli (tiny air sacs).

An assessment of your oxygen levels and oxygen flow throughout your body will also be done using pulse oximetry and arterial blood gas testing.

If you have a productive cough (spitting up phlegm), a sputum culture, which analyzes the mucus for signs of bacterial infection, may be done.

Additionally, your healthcare provider may perform a bronchoscopy, a fairly common procedure that involves passing a thin tube with a light and camera through your mouth, down your windpipe, and into your lungs. This looks for signs of infection and suspicious areas that warrant closer examination by biopsy (removal of a sample of tissue for laboratory examination).

Treatment

Bronchopneumonia is usually caused by bacteria, so it can usually be treated effectively with antibiotics.

However, choosing the right antibiotic is very important, especially with the increase in antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria that prevent once-effective drugs from killing them. Your healthcare provider can use a sputum culture to determine which antibiotic is most effective in clearing up your infection.

Prevent bronchopneumonia

Vaccines prevent infection with certain germs and are therefore an effective way to reduce the risk of developing bronchopneumonia. This is especially useful when the cause is a virus.

Prognosis

The outlook for bronchopneumonia is generally good, but it depends on many factors, including:

  • Age
  • Medical background
  • Hospital environment

If you are generally healthy, your symptoms will usually resolve within one to three weeks with treatment.

While more severe cases of bronchopneumonia may require hospital treatment, most cases can be treated with rest, outpatient antibiotics, and routine monitoring.

When to See a Health Care Provider

In severe cases, bronchopneumonia can lead to lung abscesses, the formation of pus-filled pockets in an area of ​​the lung. Sometimes the infection spreads to the pleural space (the fluid-filled cavity surrounding the lungs), filling it with pus (also called exudate) and forming an empyema (a collection of pus). Symptoms of emphysema can include:

  • Dry cough
  • Fever and chills
  • Excessive sweating, especially night sweats
  • General discomfort, malaise or feeling sick (malaise)
  • Unintentional weight loss
  • Chest pain, which gets worse on deep inhalation (inspiration)

If you experience one or more of these symptoms, or if your symptoms do not improve despite taking your medications as prescribed, seek medical help immediately.

Summary

Bronchopneumonia is an infection of the lower respiratory tract of the lungs which is usually caused by bacteria such as Streptococcus pneumoniae and Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) and is characterized by generalized inflammation of the lungs.

A word from Verywell

Results for people with bronchopneumonia who are generally healthy are positive, but frequent use of antibiotics has led to an increase in bacterial resistance. Serious complications can result from increasing bacterial resistance and late or difficult to establish diagnosis. Therefore, it is important to see a health care provider if you feel ill or if you have been in contact with someone who has had a bacterial infection in the days or weeks before your symptoms started.

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SSU reporters say coverage of Sakaki scandal provoked backlash, leaked budget proposal included missing documents https://alslh.com/ssu-reporters-say-coverage-of-sakaki-scandal-provoked-backlash-leaked-budget-proposal-included-missing-documents/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 20:46:27 +0000 https://alslh.com/ssu-reporters-say-coverage-of-sakaki-scandal-provoked-backlash-leaked-budget-proposal-included-missing-documents/ Reporters and editors from the Sonoma State University student-run campus newspaper worked late Tuesday evening to assemble and deliver 500 copies of their most recent issue to campus newsstands. The April 26 edition of the Sonoma State Star featured a front-page story about the ongoing no-confidence vote against Speaker Judy Sakaki. She is at the […]]]>

Reporters and editors from the Sonoma State University student-run campus newspaper worked late Tuesday evening to assemble and deliver 500 copies of their most recent issue to campus newsstands.

The April 26 edition of the Sonoma State Star featured a front-page story about the ongoing no-confidence vote against Speaker Judy Sakaki. She is at the center of a scandal after a $600,000 payment to a former SSU provost following allegations of retaliation related to allegations of sexual harassment by Sakaki’s husband, Patrick McCallum.

On Wednesday morning, however, Star reporters and editors discovered that nearly 100 copies of the new edition, representing all the newspapers on display in the lockers in Salazar Hall, the administration building, had gone missing.

“This week we took out the papers between 7 and 8 p.m., and when we went to Salazar on Wednesday morning, all the lockers were completely empty of our papers. And that never happens,” said Star News editor Mary Helen Rowell.

A standing bathroom sign had been moved in front of one of the racks, obscuring it from passers-by, Rowell said.

A week earlier, on-campus maintenance workers informed Star editors that the middle pages of their final two issues – including coverage of the scandal involving Sakaki and a controversial college budget proposal that calls for cuts and to consolidations – had been removed from campus newspapers. , mainly at Darwin Hall, the science and mathematics building.

SSU reporters aren’t sure who’s behind the missing articles or pages, but Montana Lacey, an SSU communications student and opinion columnist for the Star, said they “suspect it’s someone who tries to silence student journalists because we are covering stories they don’t want an audience.

Salazar Hall, where all copies of the latest edition have disappeared, includes Sakaki’s second-floor office.

SSU spokeswoman Julia Gonzalez did not respond Friday to a request for an interview about the missing papers.

Sakaki, who has led the university since 2016 and faces a vote of no confidence beginning May 6 among SSU faculty, denied retaliating against former provost Lisa Vollendorf, who reported sexual harassment complaints against McCallum by several university employees.

It’s one of two crises that have rocked the Rohnert Park campus in recent weeks, which faces a growing budget emergency amid a drop in enrollment that began six years ago and has deepened. during the pandemic.

Myles Grabau, editor of the Star, said the paper’s dogged coverage of the twin crisis exposed student journalists to shoutings of fake news and verbal attacks from some faculty members critical of the coverage.

“I don’t understand why we’re portrayed as the bad guys when we’re just getting the facts and trying to report everything that’s going on,” Grabau said.

“It’s hurtful because we work so hard and we do all of this to make sure we’re doing everything right and by the book and people don’t care,” Rowell added. “I feel like a lot of people on campus don’t take us seriously, despite all the hard work we do.

The Star has won national and state awards for its coverage, including the top honor in 2018 as California’s top college newspaper.

His April 19 scoop on the leaked budget proposal, in particular, drew strong reactions from some faculty members, Grabau said.

Lacey, the opinion columnist, said her communications teacher, Emily Acosta Lewis, who also sits on the school’s budget committee, lashed out at the paper during a recent class, accusing reporters of ‘”To invent information adapted to our program,” she said.

Acosta Lewis, contacted by The Press Democrat on Friday, said she was surprised “at the idea” that she would “talk badly” about the Star.

“To my knowledge, I haven’t said anything that could be interpreted that way,” she said.

Editors said faculty president Lauren Morimoto, who also heads the kinesiology department, used harsh and inappropriate language when she criticized their reporting on the leaked budget.

His comments at a budget committee meeting on Wednesday were recorded, and he can be heard referring to Star reporters, some of whom were in the room, as “adults who need to be held accountable for what they make”.

She suggested that the Star should not have reported on a draft budget document – ​​a common source of news reporting – and that in doing so the paper had misled the campus about how a budget cut of $5.5 million would be realized, according to the recording.

“At least I admit when I’m making up a story,” she said at the committee meeting, prompting laughter.

“It was just very rough and very unprofessional,” Grabau said.

Morimoto did not respond to emails or phone calls Friday seeking comment.

Corinne Asturias, the Star’s educational adviser and former editor of Press Democrat, praised her student reporters. She said the backlash was a learning experience for journalists covering important stories on their campus.

“It’s very annoying because Star students put in countless hours of work. They are very concerned about delivering a timely, accurate and balanced product,” Asturias said.

“The same week we reported on Judy Sakaki’s potential vote of no confidence and budget cuts, we also reported on the queer prom, the baseball team’s winning streak, etc. We cover campus news, whether it’s good, bad, or in between. I’m proud of my students and I think most faculty and students on campus are too,” she said.

The Star’s editors have been scrambling since Wednesday to create posters with QR codes for smartphones linked to their most recent issue, to replace missing print copies. Their next issue should hit newsstands Tuesday night.

Democratic Press Intern Kylie Lawrence is the former editor of the Sonoma State Star. She can be reached at kylie.lawrence@pressdemocrat.com.

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