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Care Plus NJ Workforce Solutions Receives Outstanding Community Rehabilitation Program Award

ACCSES New Jersey/CNA Presents Award to Care Plus NJ for Their Ground-Breaking Work in Creating Training and Employment Opportunities for the Disabled and Economically Disadvantaged

Care Plus NJ Workforce Solutions, a non-profit organization offering business tracks dedicated to the employment of the disabled and economically disadvantaged under the social enterprise model, today announced that it has been awarded the Outstanding Community Rehabilitation Program Award from ACCSES NJ/CNA. This is ACCSES’s highest honor. ACCSES is a pioneering association that champions community rehabilitation programs and assists them in obtaining contracts for goods and services from state government agencies.
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Electronic Health Records – At-a-Glance - Achieving Rapid Adoption and Meaningful Use

“Our recovery plan will invest in electronic health records and new technology that will reduce errors, bring down costs, ensure privacy and save lives.”
- President Obama, Address to Joint Session of Congress, February 2009

As promised by the President, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 included under which, according to current estimates, as much as $27 billion over ten years will be expended to support adoption of electronic health records (EHRs).
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Bergen Community College Hosts Career Open Houses

Programs in Interior Design, Financial Planning and Fashion Design Offered

If you have ever wanted to design living rooms, handbags – even a client’s investment portfolio - Bergen Community College has an opportunity for you.

In September, Bergen Community College’s Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training will offer three free open houses on its certificate programs in Interior Design, Fashion Design and Certified Financial Planning.
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Applebee’s® New Sizzling Skillet Entrées are a Feast for the Senses

Starting at $8.99, Three New Entrées Deliver Steaming Sights, Sizzling Sounds, Mouth-Watering Smells and Flavorful Tastes to Paramus

Fresh flavor never sounded so good. Applebee’s® Neighborhood Grill and Bar located at the Fashion Center in Paramus is now serving up an unexpected flavorful lineup of crackling, hot and steamy Sizzling Skillet entrées. Hot bubbling cheeses, caramelizing sauce, fresh steamed vegetables and choice of shrimp, steak and chicken on sizzling skillets give neighborhood guests what they’re craving, at a price they can swallow.
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The Russell Berrie Foundation Awards Englewood Hospital $1.5 Million Grant

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center is the recipient of a $1.5 million challenge grant from The Russell Berrie Foundation. The gift, which requires the Medical Center to raise an equivalent amount, will benefit its $30 million Lifeline to Tomorrow Campaign for the new emergency care center.
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Heritage Pointe Of Teaneck Resident Finds Time For Creative Expression During Retirement

Nat Namerow
Nat Namerow Pursues Lifelong Passion for Painting, Displays Artwork at Community

Nat Namerow intended to take an adult education Spanish class at a Bronx high school back in 1972, but the class was full. His wife suggested he join her in an art class instead. That was the beginning of a decades-long hobby that has nurtured the Heritage Pointe of Teaneck resident through his retirement years.
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Robert Half Study Examines Shifting Workplace, Generational Attitudes in Transitioning Economy

The more things change, the more different generations of workers become the same, suggests a new study (http://www.roberthalf.us/workplaceredefined ) from Robert Half. The research shows that workers of all ages have a new appreciation for company stability when making career decisions. Yet, for many, getting to firmer ground may entail a career change: Four out of 10 professionals polled said they are more inclined to look for new opportunities outside their firms as a result of the recession. Other findings include:
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Assemblywoman Connie Wagner underscored the need for NJ to focus serious attention on bringing (VLTs) to the Meadowlands

As the Legislature prepares to convene an historic gaming summit, Assemblywoman Connie Wagner, who has been named to the panel, today underscored the need for New Jersey to focus serious attention on bringing Video Lottery Terminals (VLTs) to the Meadowlands to help revitalize an ailing industry and infuse the state’s coffers with much-needed revenue.
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Small Business Development Center at Bergen Community College Addresses Entrepreneurial Needs in Weak Economy

Weak economic conditions generate increasing numbers of self-employed persons and have ratcheted up the demand for business consulting services and training offered by the New Jersey Small Business Development Center (NJSBDC), at Bergen Community College’s Philip J. Ciarco Jr. Learning Center in Hackensack. In fact, the number of new clients that the NJSBDC serves has grown from 125 a year when the Center opened in 1992 to more than 400 new clients this year.
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CMS and ONC Final Regulations Define ‘Meaningful Use’ and Set Standards for Electronic Health Record Incentive Program

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) today announced two complementary final rules to implement the electronic health records (EHR) incentive program under the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act.
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US Army zextending $150,000,000 SICPS Dontract

Military contractors DHS Technologies LLC and Northrop Grumman Corporation have been awarded a contract by the U.S. Army to provide nearly 350 high mobility tactical operations centers that can be rapidly deployed for command, control and communications on the battlefield.

The contract, worth approximately $35 million, is an extension of the Army’s $150 million Standardized Integrated Command Post Systems (SICPS) Family of Trailer Mounted Support Systems (TMSS) contract that was initially awarded to the companies in 2008. Under the agreement, Northrop Grumman and DHS Technologies’ subsidiary DHS Systems LLC have already provided more than 1,300 command post suites of shelters and trailers, complete with climate control and power for lighting, computers and other equipment, for use by Army combat brigades from across the country.
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New Non Invasive Treatment for Unattractive Spider Veins

Award-Winning Specialist Dr. Steve Elias Champions Innovative Treatment

The numbers are staggering --nearly half of all women and 20 percent of men will suffer from some type of vein disease during their lifetime. Unattractive spider veins and painful varicose veins are major sources of discomfort and frustration, but the new minimally invasive VeinGogh (TM) treatment, performed by award-winning vein specialist Steve Elias, M.D., FACS, FACPh, can eliminate problem vessels in under 30 minutes. Vein Gogh is utilized by Dr. Elias, Director, The Centers for Vein Disease at Mount Sinai Hospital NY and Englewood Hospital NJ.
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Secretary Sebelius Announces Final Rules To Support ‘Meaningful Use’ of Electronic Health Records

Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius today announced final rules to help improve Americans’ health, increase safety and reduce health care costs through expanded use of electronic health records (EHR). “For years, health policy leaders on both sides of the aisle have urged adoption of electronic health records throughout our health care system to improve quality of care and ultimately lower costs,” Secretary Sebelius said. “Today, with the leadership of the President and the Congress, we are making that goal a reality.”
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Gilda’s Club NNJ Seeking Members for New Support Groups

New Fall Programs are FREE and Open to the Public

Gilda’s Club NNJ, a not-for-profit cancer support organization in Hackensack, is currently inviting existing and new members to register for its new, 8-week support groups this fall.

The following programs are open for registration and free-of-charge:
• Parental Bereavement– For parents who have lost a child of any age to cancer.
• Parenting through Cancer – For parents living with any type of cancer and raising children.
• Coping for the Caregiver – A 6-week workshop for individuals caring for a loved one with cancer.
• Adults Who Have Lost A Parent To Cancer – A group for adults who have lost a parent to cancer.
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IndiePix launches West Coast operation

• Will expand coverage of the Independent Film Community and help local filmmakers to monetize their work
• Director of Acquisitions, Jason Tyrrell, transfers to Los Angeles to head up activity

IndiePix, the internet-based distributor of independent films, has today announced the expansion of its operations with the launch of a new West Coast office. Director of Acquisitions, Jason Tyrrell, will head-up the new efforts, beginning with the establishment of an IndiePix satellite office in Hollywood, CA. As IndiePix continues to solidify its place as the destination for the very best in Independent Film in theaters, on retail shelves and through the company’s website, the new office will offer the Independent Filmmakers of Los Angeles an opportunity to monetize their work with maximum visibility.
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Paramus Bandshell Gets New Flowers

Paramus Bandshell Each year Westfield Garden State Plaza Shopping Center has generously donated flowers for the three flowerboxes built for and donated by the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club. This year was no exception. A team effort heralded the planting this year. Superintendent of Shade Tree and Parks Jay Sexton had his men plant the flowers early Tuesday morning on the 13th of July.
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County Executive Dennis McNerney Enlightens The Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club.

Sunrise Meeting 07-13-10 Displaying a comprehensive knowledge of Bergen County, its Executive, Dennis McNerney, chatted with the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club. After explaining the various functions and departments of Bergen, McNerney fielded all questions without hesitation. Members of the club were not sparing, asking many and varied questions, none of which could stump the County Executive. He did suggest several ways to bring in the budgets among them amalgamation and sharing of services.
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Top Ten All-American Classics

Want to get more bang from your fashion bucks? Then get back to the basics by investing in quality updated classics that will give you plenty of style. Getting dressed any time of the year will be a cinch. If you have a closet filled with the "core essentials," then you can easily add some personality pieces and accessories. But first you've got to start building your wardrobe by laying the foundation.

Here are 10 All-American favorites to get you started:
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With Eye Toward 2011 Uptick, Leasing Activity Takes Pause

New research from Colliers International suggests that the New Jersey office market is stabilizing, although marked improvement is not expected to materialize for some time and critically dependent on the pace of economic expansion. Until then, landlords are continuing to lower rents, albeit just slightly, and offer more concessions in advance of lease expirations. Some tenants have already capitalized on this by seeking upgrades to their existing space.
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Women & Heart Disease: Health Experts Provide Advice at Free Lecture Series

Heart disease is the number one health threat women face today. However, studies show that leading a healthy lifestyle can help women lower heart disease risk.

To help educate women about the dangers of heart disease and how to live a heart healthy lifestyle, the Women’s Cardiac Health Center at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (englewoodhospital.com) will offer free lectures every fourth Thursday of the month. Each session begins at 6:00pm and will be held in the Berrie Conference Room at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center.

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