Propelify Innovation Festival returns
Earlier this month, the Propelify Innovation Festival, powered by TechUnited: NJ, took place on October 6 as a full-day outdoor event at Maxwell Place Park in Hoboken. The event was broadcast to attendees around the world. The festival celebrates innovation and entrepreneurship, offering attendees a unique opportunity to connect, learn and grow their businesses.
Propelify is known for serving speeches that never shy away from the hard truths and for hosting heated debates and competitions. With entrepreneurship and innovation being the main topics of discussion, the event explored four main areas: BetterPlanet – Clean Technology, Sustainability and Environmental Justice; BetterConnected – Smart cities, IoT and communication; BetterWellness – Health Technology, Pharmacy and Life Sciences; and BetterTogether – Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice.
Chamber lists 2021 Hudson County legends
Concluding its 133rd year, the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce celebrates those who contribute to Hudson County on Thursday, December 9 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Atrium Harborside, 210 Hudson St., Jersey City.
The theme for this year’s LEGENDS celebration is “Together We Thrive”. There will be food, drink and entertainment for an evening of networking, local community support and celebration in Hudson County.
The 2021 legends are as follows: Paul Hoffman, President and CEO, Liberty Science Center, Public Service Award; Philip F. McGovern Jr., Managing Partner, Connell Foley, Iconic Leadership Award; Dr Mary Kate Naatus, Dean of KPMG, Frank J. Guarini School of Business, Saint Peter’s University, Daryl Harrison Rand Leadership Award; Dr Christopher Reber, President, Hudson County Community College, Spirit Award; Lord, Abbet & Co., Corporate Citizenship Award.
You can register to attend at https://bit.ly/3p3Gx4M.
Mayor quotes 2021 Hoboken Green Businesses
At the 10th Annual Hoboken Green Fair on Saturday October 2, Mayor Ravi S. Bhalla recognized over 30 companies like 2021 Hoboken Green Businesses that advance sustainability and environmental responsibility.
This year’s recipients include: alfalfa; Avocado green mattress; Pharmacy for a better life; BlackRail Café; Bones in food; bwè kafe; French bakery and café Choc O Pain; Floral design by Christina Andersen; Hoboken Jengo; Hoboken Power Wash; Hudson’s Table; the Lorraine House of Styles; the gourmet market of Ma’s; Mum makeup artist; Earth matter; Currency Market; My Consciousness, My Choice; Studio NANU; Nourish the life Acupuncture & Well-being; Organic staple foods; PAYARU; Pilsener Haus & Biergarten; Purely Juice; Precise well-being; St. Mary’s Advocates thrift store; Stevens Institute of Technology; The hugs shop; The Beehive; La Petite Épicerie; The Salon in Hoboken; Urban souls; and Vintage on First.
The Hoboken Green Team launched the Green Business Recognition Program in 2017 to recognize local businesses that are committed to progressive and responsible environmental values.
To qualify, companies have completed the Green Business Pledge and Application on the Hoboken Green Team website. The Hoboken Green Team then reviewed the applications and determined that 32 companies qualified to be recognized as Hoboken 2021 Green Companies.
Examples of sustainable actions that these companies are taking include offering reusable utensils, using biodegradable or environmentally friendly packaging, reducing food waste, recycling and composting, participating in environmental causes, etc.
For more information on the Hoboken Green Business Recognition Program, visit www.hobokennj.gov/greenteam, follow the Green Team on Facebook @HobokenGreenTeam and on Instagram @Hoboken_Green.
LabCorp and Ocean Audiology choose Jersey City site
KABR Group and Kushner announced on Thursday, September 30, that LabCorp and Ocean Audiology have joined a growing list of healthcare and professional services companies in its Class A building located at 26 Journal Square in Jersey City. Ocean Audiology and LabCorp have signed leases for five and seven years, respectively.
The transformation of 26 Journal Square, built in 1926 and renovated in 2021, features cosmetic upgrades, a set of amenities and other innovations, including a new lobby design showcasing the original Beaux-Arts design, recently renovated elevator with PurClean disinfection technology, new bathrooms and new accessories. on each floor a new high efficiency cooling tower, updated HVAC system in tenant and common areas with increased air circulation, full time property management and security on site, room tenant-shared conference and leisure lounge, exterior street-level signage available, fiber provided by Verizon FIOS and Comcast Business, and on-site parking.
Virtual video tours and 3D renderings are available on 26journal.com. The website also features the future of JSQ and the history of Journal Square. Space is available from 864 square feet to 13,610 square feet. You can contact Grid Real Estate by contacting Bobby Antonicello, [email protected], (551) 795-2836; or Gregory D. Edgell, [email protected], (973) 610-5145.
RWJBarnabas facilities achieve “Most Wired” recognition
The annual “Healthcare’s Most Wired” survey, overseen by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), was recently released, recognizing all RWJBarnabas Health acute care hospitals with the most wired status for 2021 with a certification Performance excellence levels of eight and above.
Performance Excellence Level 9 was achieved by Toms River Community Medical Center, Jersey City Medical Center in Jersey City, Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, South Campus of Monmouth Medical Center in Lakewood , Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark, RWJUH in New Brunswick, RWJUH Somerset in Somerville and Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston.
Level 9 or 10 organizations are recognized as leaders in the field of health technology. The use of innovative technologies improves the quality of care and the patient experience, reduces costs and gives patients greater access to health services. Some of the leading technologies used to achieve these results include telehealth solutions, pricing transparency and cost analysis tools, point-of-care data access, and tools to engage patients and their families throughout. throughout the care process.
A total of 36,674 organizations were represented in the 2021 Digital Health Most Wired program, which includes four separate surveys: acute care, outpatient, long-term care, and international acute care. The surveys assessed the adoption, integration and impact of technologies in healthcare organizations at all stages of development, from early development to industry leading edge.
Each participating organization received a personalized benchmarking report, overall score, and scores for individual levels in eight segments: infrastructure; Security; disaster recovery / disaster recovery; administrative / supply chain; data analysis / management; interoperability / population health; patient involvement; and clinical quality / safety. Participants can use the report and scores to identify strengths and opportunities for improvement.
This is the third year that CHIME has conducted the survey and supervised the program. Each year, CHIME expands the survey to capture more types of organizations that serve patients across the continuum of care. CHIME also continues to promote the program internationally to provide a global overview of digital health advancements.
As in previous years, CHIME will publish an industry trends report based on Digital Health Most Wired responses from US participants.
For more information, click here. For more information on RWJBarnabas Health, visit www.RWJBH.org.
EXIT Realty local offices welcome new members
Local offices affiliated with EXIT Realty have announced the addition of the following individuals to their teams of real estate professionals:
Céline Pascual and Michael Meadows have joined EXIT on Hudson Realty located at 867 Broadway, Bayonne.
Blanca Vargas, Jaime Vargas and Olga Rodriguez have joined EXIT Realty Group located at 6804 Bergenline Ave. Suite # 2, Guttenberg.