As part of a strategy to "unroll" programs in various U.S. regions, insurance firm Cigna has selected Franklin-based MedSolutions as its nationwide radiology benefits manager. The sizable contract — Cigna is one of the largest for-profit insurance companies in the country — extends the companies' 13-year relationship.
“With the explosive growth of data over the last decade, there is a need for a new generation of solutions that provide timely, actionable intelligence at massive scale,” said T.J. Rylander, Partner on IQT’s Investments team. “The technology being developed by Digital Reasoning offers great promise to address this challenge and meet the unique needs of our customers in the U.S. Intelligence Community.”Digital Reasoning's analysitc software allows users to review facts and associations across millions of documents to identify useful information, even among coded or disguised messages. It's primarily used by the Department of Defense.
A tipster called and said they saw a moving truck outside with seven agents loading up boxes from the home. Shelton said they are there to remove property but haven't touched a thing yet. Marshals can't remove property because Marsha Whitfield filed for personal bankruptcy. Shelton said they will remain on the property pending orders of the court.
A Leadership Franklin class is leading the creation of an online resource guide for nonprofits in Williamson County. When completed, franklinnon-profits.com will offer a comprehensive guide to a "spectrum of services" for nonprofits.
“Williamson County is celebrated as one of the most successful in the nation, but many of our citizens depend on assistance from hundreds of non-profit organizations that exist for that purpose,” said Al Gregory, Cadence Bank’s community president and a member of the Leadership Franklin group. “A comprehensive online resource guide for Williamson County residents doesn’t exist, and we believe it can become a vital source of information for people looking for help.”
An organizational meeting will be held on Feb. 17 at 5:30 p.m. at Cadence Bank on East Main Street in downtown Franklin. All Williamson County non-profits are encouraged to attend.
“This is an important part of our effort to provide our members the best quality, most affordable health care in the nation,” said Robert P. Hiam, president and CEO of HMSA. “Utilizing Healthways’ nationally recognized expertise in health management and health coaching enables HMSA to streamline our core business functions, expand patient support services for our providers and continue working to create an economically sustainable health care delivery system in Hawaii,” Hiam added.HMSA will also transfer operations of HMSA wellness and prevention support subsidiary Integrated Services to Healthways. Approximately 125 HMSA and ISI employees will be offered positions by Healthways, which already has a staff of 60 workers at an office in Kapolei, Hawaii, to service its HMSA work. Healthways (Ticker: HWAY) will also assume responsibility for HMSA’s current health research functions.
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