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Dr. Dan Mitchell, a psychologist at the North Country Children's Clinic in Watertown updating an electronic mediacal record. Photo: Joanna Richards
Dr. Dan Mitchell, a psychologist at the North Country Children's Clinic in Watertown updating an electronic mediacal record. Photo: Joanna Richards

New York working towards statewide health records system

Hospitals have been working for years to digitize patients' medical records, and now New York state is expanding a system to centralize the record-keeping of multiple hospitals.

A patient's medical history may be in the computer at their primary care doctor's office. And their records may be digitized at the hospital they've been treated at. "However, many of those systems can't easily or fluently communicate with one another," said Dr. Rainu Kaushal, who chairs the Weill Cornell Medical College's healthcare policy program.  Go to full article
Howie Hawkins, Green Party candidate for NY governor. Photo: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/HawkinsforNYGovernor">Howie Hawkins for Governor</a> on Facebook
Howie Hawkins, Green Party candidate for NY governor. Photo: Howie Hawkins for Governor on Facebook

Greens' Hawkins sees an opening in the race for governor

Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins says a third party candidate has a chance to win the governorship.

The left-leaning Working Families Party has endorsed Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo in his bid for reelection. But some members of the party weren't happy with the choice.  Go to full article
President Obama greets guests at the baseball hall of fame. Photo: Ryan Delaney/WRVO
President Obama greets guests at the baseball hall of fame. Photo: Ryan Delaney/WRVO

Obama pitches tourism in Cooperstown

President Barack Obama sees tourism as a valuable American export, and he wants to make it easier for foreigners to visit and spend money in the United States. He made his case during a visit to the baseball of fame in Cooperstown yesterday.  Go to full article
The National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY. Photo: <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:National_Baseball_Hall_of_Fame_and_Museum.jpg">Beyond My Ken</a> via Wikimedia Commons
The National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY. Photo: Beyond My Ken via Wikimedia Commons

President Obama highlights tourism at Baseball Hall of Fame

President Barack Obama is speaking this hour at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown to highlight the economic benefits of the tourism industry.  Go to full article
Photo: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/50546088@N00/7212923168/">Chris Barker</a>, Creative Commons, Some rights reserved.
Photo: Chris Barker, Creative Commons, Some rights reserved.

Chobani registers company in Delaware, but says it's not leaving NYS

Central New York yogurt powerhouse Chobani has registered its company in Delaware. Chobani says it's not going anywhere, but it's increased rumors the company is going public.

Chobani's headquarters and Greek yogurt plant is in Norwich, in Chenango County. But for tax purposes, it's now a resident of Delaware.  Go to full article
Photo: National Grid US
Photo: National Grid US

National Grid customers will see some billing relief, for now

National Grid customers should get some relief in their next power bill. Prices skyrocketed during a frigid winter, but supply costs for electricity have ticked down slightly. The company says customers can expect their next electric bill to fall some 40 percent from the last one.

The utility predicts supply costs two months ahead based on the market. February turned out to be lower than expected, so April bills will be down.  Go to full article
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signing the NY SAFE act into law. Photo: Gov. Cuomo's office
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signing the NY SAFE act into law. Photo: Gov. Cuomo's office

Assault weapon owners face registration deadline

ime is almost up for owners of assault-style guns in New York to register them with the state. Tomorrow's deadline was set by the strict gun control law, known as the SAFE Act, passed in January 2013.

The law made buying assault weapons illegal. And it requires registration of assault weapons--guns with features like a pistol grip and removable magazine--owned before the law came into effect.  Go to full article
Syracuse-area job losses. Infographic: <a href="http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports/2013/04/18-job-sprawl-kneebone">Brookings Institution report</a>
Syracuse-area job losses. Infographic: Brookings Institution report

Are Albany policies "starving" upstate NY cities?

A Cornell University expert says state policies are making it harder for upstate New York's cities to regain their past economic vitality.

Mildred Warner says the region's cities aren't getting the "full gambit" of rediscovery by younger generations because they're not investing enough in areas like quality of life and infrastructure.  Go to full article
Business plan. Photo: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/purecaffeine/4325067780/">Nathaniel Boehm</a>, Creative Commons, some rights reserved
Business plan. Photo: Nathaniel Boehm, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

More money coming into upstate for startups, but mostly for Capital region

More money is coming into startup businesses in upstate New York, but that doesn't mean starting a business here is suddenly easy.

Upstate Venture Associates of New York (UVANY), a startup business investment firm, found that nearly twice as much money came into upstate New York in the third quarter of last year, in comparison to the year before. There were 29 deals that quarter, worth $75.86 million. That's up from 16 deals worth $40.56 million in the fourth quarter of 2012, UVANY found.  Go to full article
Photo: Ryan Delaney/WRVO
Photo: Ryan Delaney/WRVO

Rome NY drone site gains funding

Upstate New York's new drone testing site is closer to pulling enough money together to begin operating. It's been awarded a state grant to cover some of its startup costs.

A state grant worth $600,000 has been given to NUAIR, the alliance of upstate defense contractors and universities that won approval to run one of six federal drone test sites. That's half of what's needed to begin operating the test site, which will be located at the former Griffiss Air Force Base in Rome, New York.  Go to full article

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