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TalkPoint and Central Care Center Partner to Deliver Patient-Focused Webinar Series


New York, NY (PRWEB) February 01, 2013

In celebration of todays 10th anniversary of National Wear Red Day, TalkPoint, the industry leader in global communications technology, specializing in browser-based audio and video webcasting, announced its partnership with Central Care Center (C3), a WellDyne company providing clients with integrated health improvement programs that fit their unique needs, culture and behaviors, for a series of interactive, educational health webinars, including the latest program, What You Can Do About High Blood Pressure.

The webinar series, provided by C3s Care Engagement Program, is conveniently available on-demand for C3 client populations through TalkPoints webcasting technology. Dr. Kris Calderon, director of Central Care Center, delivers vital information that participants need to know about their health condition. The sessions allow attendees to assess their health knowledge via interactive polling questions and download health promotion tools to achieve their wellness goals.

Were very excited to launch our webinars through TalkPoint, whose on-demand technology allows us to make this information more accessible to our C3 clients, said Dr. Calderon, director of Central Care Center.

The first webinar, What You Can Do About High Blood Pressure, is divided into three, 15-minute segments that can be viewed on a desktop or mobile device.

Part I: Blood Pressure Basics, Diet & Physical Activity
Part II: Substance Use, Stress and Blood Pressure
Part III: Your Action Plan for Blood Pressure Improvement

Colorados Leading Cannabis Business Experts, Clover Leaf Consulting Hosted A64 Only Cannabis Video Symposium Series Third Event Thursday January 17th 2013.

Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) January 19, 2013

On November 6th, Colorado passed Amendment 64 being the first U.S. state to regulate recreational cannabis in history. The passing of Amendment 64 has raised hopes of expanding marijuana business opportunities and tax revenues. In fact, the first forty million dollars annually will go to fund education. This historic event has generated excitement across the country, but also holds many questions on the implementation of a substance transitioning out of prohibition. This has a direct impact on current and future cannabis business owners.

The Cannabis Industrys projected value is between $ 3 – $ 4 billion with an influx of Ganjapreneurs and investors seeking to capitalize on this major opportunity. Due to the fact that it is a black market legitimizing itself out of prohibition, the industrys growth could be exponential with the passing of national legalization and implementation in the coming years. This does not take into account the ample business opportunities being developed for industrial hemp. Colorados Cannabis Community has not only helped educate patients and validate the efficacy of medical cannabis, but it also created and stabilized a medical cannabis business model as well, says Villano. “I believe HB1284 & Amendment 64 will eventually find common ground for regulation, offering tremendous business opportunities, investments, educational programs, job training and generate large economic stimulation in Colorado.”

The A64 Symposium will be highlighted into two segments.

THC DUI 7:00-7:45 pm

Since Colorado’s historic vote to legalize the regulation of recreational cannabis we have been unsure of the repercussions that would come from first time system errors, and miseducation for our leaders. We have fought this unreasonable bill tooth and nail and guess what…its back. Join Clover Leafs CEO Chloe Villano along with Mike Elliott, Esq., Sean McAllister Esq., Anne Toney P.C., Professor Daniel Rees, and The Colorado Department of Transportation as we discuss the THC DUI.

“Regulated Rules Task Force Update” 8:10 pm – 9:00 pm

The “Rule making” Govoners Task Force has been meeting all week long. We have been uncertain of our transitioning process as we expand the Cannabis Industry in Colorado, open more businesses, and make changes to our existing systems and procedures. What can we expect? What can we do? Join Clover Leaf’s Chloe Villano, along with our diverse panel of experts from the leading industry groups as we discuss the task force update and first draft development of the rule making process for Colorado’s regulated marijuana laws. Speakers include Bob Dill, Warren Edson, Robert Corry Jr, Meg Sanders, and Mike Elliott.

With the current legislative rules in flux, its important to get all the latest facts, figures as well as network with fellow industry professionals. Therefore Cloverleaf Consulting has provided the Industry manditory Information by hosting the following Amendment 64 Cannabis Business Symposium event series. This is the third event in the series. Clover Leaf will hold the Cannabis Business Symposiums the third thursday of every month at Casselmans. Future Symposium dates include: February 21, March 21, April 18, May 23, and June 20, 2013.

Previous Clover Leaf Amendment 64 Video Symposium Series can be viewed here. http://www.yourmmjinfo.com/Media







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Colortrac Launch Expanding Range of SmartLF SC series Large Format Scanners


(PRWEB) January 10, 2013

Designed using the unique elements of Colortrac Innovative Technologies, it is a clear indication that Colortrac have listened to their customers and provided products having distinct higher performance, image quality and price advantages to assist them in satisfying their wide format documents scanning requirements. In expanding the new range of SmartLF SC Series large format scanner widths to cover 25, 36 and 42 inches; it helps our customers in AEC, CAD, GIS and Copyshop or Service Bureaus to choose the right scanners for their needs.

Commenting on some of the many new elements of Colortrac Innovative Technologies, Peter Brown Colortrac Executive Director said The new SingleSensor digital imaging technology in the SmartLF SC series large format scanners is a Colortrac invention (Patent pending) and a major breakthrough creating a new paradigm wide format scanner design. By combining up to 50,400 individual image sensors in a compact, robust and single-piece design, Colortrac have obtained a significantly higher image quality and alignment stability eliminating the need for staggered CIS image sensors. This gives each SmartLF SC scanner an optical resolution of 1200dpi or when using SmartWorks Pro software, this can increase the maximum scanning resolution to 9600dpi. The SingleSensor also captures a larger range of color tones scanning in RAW RGB, but can also provide images in sRGB whichever the customer requires.

By adding the new ClearView technology that comprises the custom designed ‘instant-on’ low energy and bi-directional LED lighting, this works together with SingleSensor to reduce optical errors to a minimum ensuring that all scan and copy data is of the highest possible color and dimensional accuracy. Even shadow effects inherent in the folds of creased documents are reduced by the combination of the ClearView feature and innovative SureDrive active pressure roller that gently presses the document against the SingleSensor. This is particularly apparent when scanning thin materials like creased Newspapers for archival.

All SmartLF SC series large format scanners are capable of scanning monochrome documents at 13 inches/sec and color at up to 6 inches/sec. To handle the higher quantity of image data from the increased scanning speed, the SmartLF SC series incorporates Colortrac FireFly communications technology that incorporate the new industry standard SuperSpeed USB 3.0 serial PC interface. This has always been a restriction on scanning productivity, but now reduces the time taken to transfer the image data from the scanner to the host PC or Cloud online storage services such as Google Drive, Microsoft SkyDrive or Dropbox. By using the new SmartWorks EZ Touch software that is provided with every scanner, easy quality adjustment of the scanned image can be made, making the SmartLF SC series wide format scanners ideal for those large archival jobs. Independent tests have indicated a realistic throughput of 273 Arch-E (36 x 48) sized color pages per hour at 200dpi resolution or 171 documents at 400dpi are easily maintained.

Summarizing the capabilities of the new wide format scanner, Peter Brown commented All Colortrac SmartLF SC Series scanners use the SingleSensor, SureDrive and ClearView technologies and are Energy Star qualified. By using our Innovative Technologies we achieve higher scanning speed, with SuperSpeed USB3 data transfer and FireFly drivers; these unique features contribute to making the SmartLF SC series wide format scanners probably the most productive scanners available for discriminating users.

See: http://www.colortrac.com

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For further information contact:

Rob van Brakel,

Marketing Manager,

Colortrac Limited.

Tel: +44 (0)1480 464618

Email: press(at)colortrac(dot)com

Web: http://www.colortrac.com

About Colortrac …

Founded in 1989 and based in St Ives, Cambridgeshire UK, a region of British excellence in science and technology, Colortrac Ltd is the leading innovator in professional wide format scanners and image acquisition software solutions with many new technically innovative patents created by their Research and Development departments, including the NEW SingleSensor scanning technology.

Colortrac was the first wide format scanner manufacturer to recognize the individual merits of both Charge Coupled Display (CCD), Contact Image Sensor (CIS) and will incorporate the newly introduced SingleSensor technology into some of their new SmartLF scanners. Coupled with a full range of supporting SmartWorks software, they are creating unique customer solutions to simplify scanning problems across the full spectrum of applications. These range from the demanding Graphics Arts market to practical, productive CAD, GIS, EDM and FM technical document scanning.

Colortrac Ltd Headquarters is located near Cambridge, UK and has offices in Beijing and Suzhou – P.R. China, Chantilly and Virginia USA, Yokohama – Japan, Mexico City and Hong Kong.

Further information about Colortrac products can be found at: http://www.colortrac.com







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