INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Health information exchange could go national

2013-04-19T13:48:00Z 2013-04-19T17:32:08Z INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Health information exchange could go nationalGerry Dick Inside Indiana Business nwitimes.com
April 19, 2013 1:48 pm  • 

The Indiana Health Information Exchange says it is poised for national expansion. The Regenstrief Institute Inc. is licensing its Indiana Network for Patient Care to a unit of the exchange. Officials say the deal positions the exchange to reach beyond Indiana. Read More Regenstrief Investigator Shaun Grannis says the statewide network is a national leader in electronic health information.

 

Second Solar Farm a 'Win' For Airport, Economy

Officials at Indianapolis International Airport say two solar farms on the property will provide a boost to Indiana's economy. Indianapolis Airport Authority Property Director Eric Anderson says the farms will serve as "iconic symbols" for executives and site selectors who prioritize environmental concerns. The Indianapolis Airport Authority has approved the second farm, which will be developed by Johnson Melloh Solutions and Telamon Corp. Read More Johnson Melloh Solutions Vice President Kurt Schneider says the airport is an ideal spot for such developments.

 

Parts Manufacturer Planning Expansion

A Canada-based auto parts maker is planning to relocate its Knightstown operations to nearby Greenfield and add jobs. Spectra Premium Industry Inc. intends to maintain its current 45-member staff and add up to 50 workers.

 

Speakers Line up For Massive Millennial Conference

Speakers from cutting-edge technology companies including Twitter and YouTube will be taking part in this summer's Millennial Impact Conference in Indianapolis. Organizers say the chief executive officer of the Case Foundation and a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist will also participate in the July event.

 

Chromcraft Revington Management Proposes Buyout

A West Lafayette-based furniture manufacturer has announced it is negotiating a possible management-led buyout. Chromcraft Revington Inc. says the proposal would result in the business becoming a subsidiary of the chairman's Delaware-based limited liability company.

 

Supreme Industries Announces New CEO

Goshen-based Supreme Industries Inc. has named Mark Webber its new chief executive officer. He has been an executive at Federal Signal Corp. (NYSE: FSS) since 1996 and also has experience with Columbus-based Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI).

 

Crossroads of America Council Names Scout Exec

Crossroads of America Council, Boy Scouts of America in Indianapolis has named Patrick Sterrett scout executive. He has served as the area director of the Northeast Region of the Boy Scouts of America since 2011.

 

Simon Opens Another Japan Outlet Center

Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group Inc. and a Japanese partner have opened the first phase of a Premium Outlet Center in the Asian nation. The retail real estate company says the location already has 120 stores.

 

Sallie Mae Partners With WGU

Financial services provider Sallie Mae is the latest company to partner with WGU Indiana. The agreement makes employees eligible for a tuition discount at the online university.

 

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