Sherri Welch Larry Peplin for Crain’sVeronica Smith (left), director of professional outreach; Ben Robinson, president and CEO and Cheryl LeClear Wallace, vice president of programs at Rose Hill Center. Spurred by questions from patients, their families and payors, Rose Hill Center set out three years ago to better document the outcomes of its [...]
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Marx Layne is a supporting partner of the FT Future of the Car Summit USA. The conference is looking at the latest developments in self-driving technology, electric vehicles, diversity and strategies for doing business in the new mobility ecosystem.
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By Debra Kaszubski, For Digital First Media Oct 28, 2018 Brianna Sohl, 23, a 2013 graduate of Rochester High School, is among a group of Wayne State University Medical School students involved with furthering health care for LBGT patients. Sohl volunteers at the Detroit-based Corktown Health Center, the first clinic of its kind in Metro [...]
July/August 2018 Legal Cold as ICE By John A. MacKenzie It is no secret that the Trump administration has an agenda to crack down on illegal immigration. Part of this process includes extensive audits on businesses conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Although immigration management is an important part of our nation’s regulatory and [...]
By Ben Allan Smith | firstname.lastname@example.org | Posted on July 18, 2018 4:42 PM ANN ARBOR, MI - Thousands will take to the streets of Ann Arbor on Thursday to explore the works of featured artists from around the country at this year's Art Fair. Creatives of various disciplines will showcase a wide variety [...]
By ROBERTA GEDERT | BLADE STAFF WRITER For abstract artist Julie Draeger, enjoyment is in the eye of the beholder. “It’s more fun to let people use their imagination and see things in my work. It’s so exciting to hear them tell me what they see,” said the retired local art teacher, who’s looking forward to [...]