April 20, 2014

Tuesday's Daily Pulse

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Will Short Gorham | 8/21/2012

› Social media in the workplace: Seven mistakes companies make
Whether from their own devices or company computers, most employees use social media at work — with or without permission. This could mean trouble and be very expensive for a company that does not take the right steps. Does your company have a social media policy in place? Is it well thought-out? Is it enforced? It better be.

› Jackson Health System explores outsourcing ER docs plus billing and collections
The Jackson Health System announced Monday it’s seeking proposals to outsource physician services in all its emergency rooms as well as looking for a company to handle its billing and collections. “We have not made the decision to outsource either of these service lines,” said Chief Executive Carlos Migoya in an email to county political leaders. “We are simply taking the common sense step of exploring and understanding all the available options in two important areas.”

› St. Petersburg to Tampa Bay Rays: Let's talk about a new baseball stadium
It's official. The City of St. Petersburg sent a formal letter Friday to the Tampa Bay Rays, inviting them to a presentation next month by a private company pitching a new baseball stadium in Carillon business park.

› Full Sail launches YouTube channel
Full Sail University launches a YouTube channel that showcases their students' projects, guest speakers, interviews with industry leaders, and other digital content. The school's in-house creative agency, Platinum Creative, designed and developed the channel, along with help from Google.

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