Decatur Local Business
Local business in Decatur, GA
Thursday | via WALB-TV Albany
Didn't get to see the entire CBS46 News show Thursday morning? Here are some stories you may have missed. DeKalb County Interim CEO Lee May will hold his first town hall meeting Thursday to talk about allegations of corruption. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 7 | via Freshnews
Zotec Partners , the industry leader in radiology physician billing and practice management services, announces a renewed revenue cycle management agreement with Radiology Associates of DeKalb in Decatur, Ga. With the renewed three-year agreement, Zotec will continue to effectively address and meet RAD's revenue cycle challenges, including improvements in denials management, the use of physician education coding tools, and patient follow-up techniques for enhanced reimbursement. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 7 | via Patch.com
Officers To Be Equipped With Utility's BodyWorna and Rocket Vehicle Routers to Enhance Transparency and Build Trust Throughout the Community Utility Associates, Inc . today officially announced that the Decatur Police Department in Decatur, Georgia is currently deploying Utility's BodyWorn a police body cameras-the only automated, policy-based body-worn police camera currently available on the market. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 29 | via PR Log
Sept. 29, 2015 - PRLog -- Atlanta, Georgia - September 29, 2015 - Purple Pixie Studio, located in Metro Atlanta, Georgia is the innovator of the gNovel, the first digitally enhanced graphic novel available in the English language. Fusing the qualities of an eBook, a game, plus providing reader interactivity to direct the progress of the story, gNovels provide hours of entertainment per episode. Comment?
Sunday Sep 27 | via Star Tribune
Starbucks employees protested working conditions earlier this month outside one of the coffee chain's locations in Decatur, Ga. Though Starbucks has vowed to provide more consistent work schedules, workers say the promises have fallen short. Comment?
Thursday Sep 24 | via Patch.com
If you were granted 100 hours of paid time to spend improving your community, what would you do? That's what Deluxe Corporation asked its more than 5,000 North American employees to kick off its "100 Hours to Make a Difference" campaign. The initiative, which marks Deluxe's 100th anniversary, celebrates a century of Deluxe employees giving back to their communities - and one local resident was awarded 100 paid hours to spend on the volunteer project of her choice. Comment?
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