July 23, 2014

Monday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 7/15/2013

› Medical info goes paperless at NCH Healthcare System
The remaining health care workers still using pen and paper to order medical treatments within Collier County’s largest hospital system will fully enter the computer age Monday.

› As IRS cracks down on The Villages, Disney World watches
The federal government recently cracked down on a lucrative tax break used by the developer of The Villages, the sprawling community northwest of Orlando that has been called Disney World for retirees. That could be an ominous sign for the real Walt Disney World.

› An ‘energy problem solver’
Arlene Zavocki Stewart has a simple description for her work: She removes barriers so builders will use energy-efficient and green products. “Home builders call me their energy problem solver,” said Stewart, president of AZS Consulting.

› NexLube bringing the next generation of oil recycling to Tampa
The oil will come in used. Dirty. Polluted. Drained from crankcases all over Florida. When it leaves, it will be like new. Clean. Clear. Safe. The purest form of oil there is. The process is called oil re-refining. It is environmentally sound. Practical. Profitable.

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