Fitbit issues recall for Ionic smartwatch after burn injuries; burnout leads to nearly $980M in excess healthcare costs

This week’s prime tales involve Fitbit’s voluntary recall of its Ionic smartwatch pursuing at least 115 studies of the watches overheating and 78 reports of burn accidents in the U.S., and an AMA-led study finds that major care medical professional turnover is especially highly-priced to general public and non-public payers.

What We Learn about Girls? Education from Interventions That Do Not Focus on Girls

No AccessEducationFeb 2022 Authors/Editors:  What is the best way to improve access and learning outcomes for girls? This review brings together evidence from 267 educational interventions in 54 low- and middle-income countries ? regardless of whether the interventions specifically target girls ? and identifies their impacts on girls. To improve […]

Focusing on audit completion | ICAEW

&#13 In the third of a sequence of content on bettering audit documents, Specialized Marketing consultant Andrew Paul considers approaches to preserve benchmarks in the ultimate stages.&#13 Practical experience tells us that no issue how good the intentions when getting ready the audit budget, generally, by the time the completion […]

Atos and partners launch Gaia-X lighthouse project for European cloud infrastructure

European cloud expert services vendors launch “Structura-X” Concrete implementation of Gaia-X appropriate companies . Paris, France and Munich, Germany – February 22, 2022 European electronic companies and cloud suppliers have introduced an initiative for common infrastructure solutions that fulfill Gaia-X requirements. 28 organizations and businesses, such as Atos, agreed to […]