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The University of South Florida is involved in a program that will create new jobs and improve medical care around the state. It’s no small feat, as USF Health is on the frontline of high-tech medicine thanks to nearly six million dollars from a government grant for the Paper-Free Florida initiative. This week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7 FM has the details.
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USF Department of Geography Associate Professor, Dr. Philip van Beynen, and Chairman, Dr. Robert Brinkmann, on the importance of the interdisciplinary make-up of USF’s karst research.
Dorien McGee, a PhD student in the USF Department of Geology, says USF students benefit both now and in their future from working with such a large group of karst experts.
Dr. Philip Reeder, the Director of the USF Environmental Science & Policy Program, says more and more researchers are realizing the importance of studying karst.
Todd Chavez, USF Libraries’ Director of Academic Resources, talks about the five-thousand objects currently found in the Karst Information Portal.
Dr. Bogdan Onac, a USF Department of Geology Assistant Professor, speaks about his work in cave research, including the discovery of a very historic footprint.
USF Health CEO, Dr. Stephen Klasko, says PaperFree Florida has changed since last year’s initial announcement.
Dr. Klasko talks about the new USF Health deal with Apple and electronic health records company, Allscripts-Misys Healthcare Solutions, and how USF Health’s commercial reputation is growing.
USF Health Chief Medical Information Officer Lennox Hoyte says electronic health records have a number of “meaningful uses.”
For more information
Karst Information Portal
PaperFree Medicine Update
PaperFree Tampa Bay