Raika Technologies and PuppTech were featured on CW2 KWGN. They showed off PuppTech’s new device, the Puppcomm, with the support of the app developed by Raika. Click here to see the video.
There’s a common saying that goes something like this: “If it’s good, you’ll tell one person. If it’s bad, you’ll tell twenty.” Nowhere is that more true than in the online review space. Many organizations, especially in the healthcare industry, ignore review sites … Read More
“The genetic testing that we invented actually here at CCRM has only been around about nine years,” said Dr. William Schoolcraft with the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine. “Our patients are mainly using this technology to rule out lethal chromosomal errors in … Read More
A question we often get from clients is, “How often should I be issuing news releases?” The question is a simple one, but the answer is a bit complicated. At Evolution, we lean toward more news releases, rather than less. … Read More
CCRM Minneapolis is continuing to make headlines for its latest technological advancements in the field of reproductive fertility. The Star Tribune explains how CCRM is screening embryos for chromosomal abnormalities and transferring single embryos to have the best chance of a successful pregnancy. … Read More
Porter Adventist Hospital wraps up the New Year with this great story on Channel 9 News (KUSA-TV). Porter Adventist Hospital’s Dr. Sundaram was able to treat 70-year-old Kay Jensma’s heart condition (atrial fibrillation) with Hybrid Ablation, a new and less invasive technique to treat … Read More
Known for being a top fertility clinic in the country, Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine (CCRM) is now helping the endangered snow leopard to breed. Male snow leopards in zoos across the county have very low sperm count and the number … Read More
On October 1, 2015, ICD-10 went into effect. Clinic Service Corporation CEO Andrew Graham talks about the tens of thousands of codes that medical professionals use to label various medical conditions and procedures in the Denver Post. Remember to be on the … Read More