On May 4, 2020, the Palo Alto City Council approved the design on the City's first ever Small Business Recovery Grant Program and allocated $500,000 in funding from the City's general fund. Intending to help our local businesses as they navigate shifting rules during the COVID-19 pandemic, the program was designed to provide up to $10,000 to for-profit businesses meeting certain eligibility criteria. Within three weeks of Council's approval, City staff communicated the program to our business community through various methods, created new webpages, developed internal processes and procedures, and held a drawing to select businesses to apply for a grant. … [Read more...] about Palo Alto Small Business Recovery Grant Program Provides Grants To 49 Local Businesses
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But, as Darwall wrote: “Somehow, Democrats still see the suburbs as racially homogenized, lily-white enclaves — something they haven’t been for a long time.” Citing a study by Joel Kotkin and professor Alan Berger, Darwall pointed out that far more Americans live in the suburbs than in city center (151 million versus 25 million). More importantly, he wrote “a majority of African-Americans in the nation’s 100 largest metropolitan areas live in the suburbs. More Hispanics have been moving to the suburbs than whites, and the Asian population in suburban areas is growing nearly twice as fast as that of Asians living in inner-city cores.” … [Read more...] about Newt Gingrich: Biden vs. suburbs — here’s how Dem plan would declare war on American dream
Berman oversees all aspects of MemorialCare's population health management, bringing more than 20 years of leadership experience in health care performance improvement, quality, safety and knowledge management and in clinical, operational and service excellence. As a national innovator and pioneer in population health, in her role as Executive Director of Performance Improvement Services at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey, she led a team responsible for a $22 million, Pursuing Perfection Grant from Robert Woods Johnson Foundation and IHI to pursue transformational health care strategies. These and other national projects represent the foundation for developing Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) across the U.S. … [Read more...] about MemorialCare Health System Names Top National Experts to Lead Efforts to Improve Health of Local Communities: Local Resident is Chief Transformation Officer
Who will benefit from Chinese vaccines? Other than the clinical trial partner countries, other low- and medium-income countries covered by the WHO’s vaccine distribution plan could also benefit if China’s COVID-19 vaccine receives the pre-qualification. A Chinese vaccine is less likely to come to the U.S., EU and Japan, which are members of the international conference on Harmonization of Technical Requirement for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use (ICH). The ICH member countries (mostly high-income) have their own uniform regulation of pharmaceutical products usually called Stringent Regulatory Agreement (SRAs). Most developing countries, such as India and China, use the NRA system. Such a regulatory divide probably explains why neither major European countries nor the United states have shown interest in China’s COVID-19 vaccines, yet. … [Read more...] about Who would benefit from a successful Chinese COVID-19 vaccine?
Pottstown, PA (August 10, 2020) — Pottstown Hospital – Tower Health partnered with GreenAllies, a local organization that empowers students and works with them to create a more sustainable future, to develop a 100 percent subsidized Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program for community members. The program, Youth Grow CSA, was established to help address access to healthy food; a top priority in the community which was identified through the completion of the hospital's 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment. … [Read more...] about Pottstown Hospital — Tower Health Develops Free Produce Program For Community