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Paper supplier rolls out vitamin C-based receipts

November 28, 2014
A paper supplier in the region is rolling out a line of yellow-hued receipts that are made with vitamin c instead of phenol chemicals. Read More

Health information exchange shares medication histories

November 28, 2014
A health information exchange has partnered with a maker of health care software to provide its statewide membership with a platform that delivers patients' "comprehensive" medication histories. Read More

Students develop app for in-flight care

November 27, 2014
A group of college students has worked with a health system's helicopter team to develop a mobile app for in-flight patient care. Read More

Start Garden invests $20K more in social polling app

November 24, 2014
A photo-based social polling app for indecisive people has secured more funding from Start Garden. Read More

Grand Rapids GiveCamp connects nonprofits to $250K in tech services

November 20, 2014
Grand Rapids GiveCamp recently produced an exhausting and successful weekend for 15 nonprofits and the tech community. Read More

Startup groups homebuyers by neighborhood

November 20, 2014
A startup is developing a web platform to help homebuyers “create momentum” in neighborhoods by coordinating their purchases together. Read More

IT company merges with software firm

November 17, 2014
With a merger deal in place, a growing IT firm has fulfilled its co-founder’s “vision” for the company. Read More

Health plan launches 'digital magazine'

November 17, 2014
A health plan has developed a “digital magazine” to help people and employers make informed decisions on their health care. Read More

Device maker wins award for Best Medical Technology

November 12, 2014
A medical device maker has earned the Galien Foundation’s award for Best Medical Technology for a first-of-its-kind device to help stroke victims. Read More

Pleotint racking up sales and recognition

Jenison company sees a large market for its self-tinting window glass.

November 7, 2014
Each year, according to the new vice president at Pleotint in Jenison, about 2 billion square feet of “low-e” architectural glass is purchased in the United States, or about 75 percent of all architectural glass. Read More