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Checking Up On Health: March 25, 2014

Health Care Policy News and Views Compiled by Benita M. Dodd BENITA DODD Yesterday, an e-mail from the White House turned up in my mailbox. From President Obama, no less. The salutation was, “Hey – ” (As an aside, I’m a bit of a fuddy-duddy when it comes to how I’m addressed. “Hey” isn’t a favorite. I blame my mother – or, as she used to say, “Hay is for horses.” I left my first doctor when I immigrated to the United States back in the horse-and-carriage days because he called me “Honey.” I figure I paid him enough to remember my name. … ) It was an urgent reminder about the “Affordable” Care Act, AKA ObamaCare. The President pointed… View Article

Atlanta’s Great Strides as a World Class IT Capital

Reprinted from the September 18 Atlanta Journal-Constitution By David Cummings DAVID CUMMINGSFounder and OwnerAtlanta Tech Village The digital economy is changing the world, and we’re just getting started.  Companies are launched every day with just an idea and an Internet connection.  Technology has affected nearly every area of business, and Georgia’s growth trajectory within the digital economy is very promising. Georgia’s strong information security cluster has stood out for years.  Our state continues to be among the top three in the U.S. for information security technology and is home to hundreds of such companies.  More than 25 percent of the worldwide security revenue market share is generated by companies right here in our home state, according to the Metro Chamber… View Article
GEORGIA PUBLIC POLICY FOUNDATION MEDIA ADVISORY September 9, 2013 Contact Benita Dodd at 404-256-4050 or benitadodd@georgiapolicy.org Foundation, Google Host Event: ‘Georgia’s Digital Economy’ Atlanta – The Georgia Public Policy Foundation and Google will co-host “Georgia’s Digital Economy,” a half-day conference at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center in Atlanta on Monday, September 16.  The 8-11:30 a.m. event will include breakfast and begins with demonstrations of Google products, including Google Glass, Chromebooks and Pixel.  Leaders in entrepreneurship, education and litigation will share their views on Georgia’s opportunities in the Digital Age, including where Georgia leads and lags in entrepreneurship, how patent trolls imperil innovation and how to personalize education in Georgia. Find the list of participating speakers and… View Article

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