The Tennessee Department of Transportation has begun taking bids for the widening of Interstate 65 in Williamson County between Goose Creek Bypass and State Route 840. Bids are due on Aug. 30 and work on the 4.3-mile project is expected to be completed by June of 2016.
Nissan announced today it set a July record with U.S. sales of 109,041 vehicles, an increase of 10.9 percent compared to the 98,341 units sold in July 2012. Nissan Division also set a July record with 101,279 sales, up 16.8 percent and led by record July performances by Altima, Versa, Pathfinder and Rogue.
The July record follows Franklin-based Nissan North America's June record sales of 104,124 vehicles, an increase of 12.9 percent over June 2012 numbers (read more here).
Read more about the July sales here.
Metova and Ntegral Applications announced today they have launched DocNow, an iPad application that assists therapists with the tedious process of recording notes for speech, occupational and physical therapy.
The two entities unveiled DocNow to more than 250 special education professionals at the annual Arkansas Association of Special Education Administrators conference, which was held June 24 in Eureka Springs, Ark.
With DocNow, users can manage their caseloads on-the-go, documenting sessions from remote areas to save time and increase efficiency. Previously, people would have to manually log information on paper during a therapy session and transfer that information into an electronic system at another time.
“With just a couple of taps, DocNow records and tracks progress made towards clients’ goals and objectives,” John Adams, CEO of Franklin-based Metova. “The mobile application produces easy-to-access reports and provides statistics and analytics for parents, staff and management.”
Ntegral Applications is based in Little Rock, Ark.
Franklin-based clinical documentation and speech understanding solutions company M*Modal announced today that Boston Medical Center has selected its transcription services for use across its network.
Terms of the agreement were not disclosed in a release.
"With M*Modal's clinical documentation services and supporting technologies, we can ensure our physicians and staff have the support needed to quickly and efficiently create complete and accurate patient records," David Peterson, Boston Medical Center CIO, said in the release.
Located in Boston's historic South End, BMC is a 496-bed academic medical center that bills itself as the largest provider of trauma and emergency services in New England.
Read more here.
Real estate research firm Zillow's latest report on the Middle Tennessee housing market includes plenty of good news, especially for Williamson County homeowners. The company's price index for the Nashville MSA, which estimates the median value of all homes in the area, climbed 3.4 percent in the year ended June 30. Leading the way among local cities is Thompson's Station, where the median value has shot up almost 12 percent in the past 12 months. Franklin and Brentwood come in second and third with gains of 9.3 percent and 7 percent, respectively.
Those looking for more big local price gains are likely to be disappointed, however. Zillow's researchers expect the median home value to rise just 0.3 percent. Among the region's cities, Thompson's Station is expected to gain 3 percent by mid-2014. Franklin is the only other area forecast to see prices rise more than 2 percent. Check out the full list here.