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Cognizant said Bolder Healthcare Solutions will enable Cognizant to expand its range of digital solutions across the healthcare value chain and address the large provider segment of the US healthcare market.
14 March 2018 - New Jersey, US-based professional services company Cognizant (NASDAQ: CTSH) has agreed to acquire Kentucky, US-based revenue cycle management solutions provider Bolder Healthcare Solutions to expand efficiencies in billing practices for healthcare providers, the company said.
The grant monies will drive greater applications and performance of reclaimed carbon black, Bolder Industries will increase the end uses for the over 300 million scrap tires that enter the U.
Product Pipeline Review - 2016', provides an overview of the Bolder Biotechnology, Inc.
PDK CEO Joshua Starr will become a co-chair of the Broader Bolder Approach to Education, a national campaign that acknowledges the impact of social and economic disadvantage on schools and students and proposes evidence-based policies to improve schools and remedy conditions that limit many children's readiness to learn.
Retailers that invest in bolder flavors, clean-label formulations and more variety will heat up sales of fresh store brand soup.
This look can either be vamped up by using bolder shades of violet or muted down by using a nude or golden eyeshadow for the centre of the eye.
Darius Bolder, 34, and Tony Colston-Hayter, 47, are alleged to have set up a sophisticated system to siphon off cash from accounts after gaining access to a Barclays branch computer in Swiss Cottage, London, in April using a planted keyboard video mouse.
Darius Bolder, 34, and Tony Colston-Hayter, 47, allegedly set up a system in April to siphon off cash from individual accounts.
ROCK legend David Bowie last night paid tribute to bassist Trevor Bolder, who died yesterday after fighting pancreatic cancer.
Japan's economy-related ministers welcomed on Thursday the Bank of Japan's decision to carry out additional monetary easing steps, calling them decisive and bolder than expected.
Tomas Brodin, in his study on European perch, found that fish that had eaten Oxazepam became bolder, were less social and ate faster.