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iPic Entertainment announces Delray Beach project

BY Michael Fickes

New York — iPic-Gold Class Entertainment has announced that it will develop a mixed-use entertainment, office and retail project in Delray Beach, Fla.

Expected to open in 2015, the project includes a 529-seat eight-screen theater. iPic said the project would create more than 400 jobs and attract more than 400,000 visitors annually to downtown Delray Beach. The company currently operates nine theaters with 67 screens in Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin.

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Walgreens enters partnership to expand healthcare services

BY CSA STAFF

Walgreens has entered into a partnership with Orlando Health, a comprehensive nonprofit healthcare organization based in Orlando, Fla., to provide coordinated and expanded healthcare services to its customers.

"In today’s healthcare landscape, these types of innovative coordinated care programs are vitally important to help ensure patients have access to the quality care they need," stated Jeffrey Kang, Walgreens SVP health and wellness services and solutions. "With our expansive retail footprint, diverse portfolio of healthcare assets and proven success in collaborating with others in the medical community, Walgreens is uniquely positioned to bridge critical gaps in care and improve patient outcomes, furthering our mission to help patients get, stay and live well."

The collaboration and services offered will foster greater access to care with Healthcare Clinics at select Walgreens offering evening and weekend hours, convenient locations and online appointment scheduling; better coordination of care for Orlando Health patients with Healthcare Clinic providers for acute, chronic and preventive services; direct communication between Orlando Health physicians and Healthcare Clinic nurse practitioners to facilitate care coordination and sharing of patient information; and increasing patient awareness regarding Orlando Health services, as well as information and awareness of Healthcare Clinic services, including routine screening, monitoring, immunizations, and clinic locations and hours.

Walgreens and Orlando Health also are exploring opportunities to share electronic medical records, with the goal of developing read-only access to real-time patient medical information. This level of coordination also could include creating online or call center appointment scheduling technology to further increase patient access to services.

"A key tenet of our mission is to improve the health of the individuals in the communities we serve, and by utilizing new approaches, such as this relationship with Walgreens, we’ll be able to better reach and treat the patients of Central Florida," said Wayne Jenkins, president of Orlando Health Physician Partners. "This relationship represents the type of collaborative strategies that we view as essential in the emerging healthcare environment. We’re confident that by working together, our two organizations can help ensure that patients are receiving the best care, in the best locations, as well as a truly seamless care experience."

Orlando Health has six wholly-owned hospitals and two partnership hospitals throughout Central Florida, a skilled nursing facility, Physician Associates, one of the largest multi-specialty physician practices in central Florida, consisting of more than 90 physicians in more than 20 locations, along with more than 2,500 affiliated physicians. The clinical collaboration includes 13 Healthcare Clinic locations at select Walgreens in nearby cities, including Orlando, Kissimmee, Apopka, Winter Springs, Clermont, Lake Buena Vista, Lake Mary, Winter Park and Windermere, Fla.

"Orlando Health is an established healthcare leader in Central Florida, and its integrated approach to improving the community’s health is a great strategic fit for Walgreens and our mission," Kang said.

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Plum Organics CEO joins Zarbee’s Naturals board

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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Zarbee’s Naturals has elected Neil Grimmer, co-founder and CEO of Plum Organics, to the company’s board of directors.

“Neil is a mastermind when it comes to developing ideas, products and brands, and we are thrilled that he is joining Zarbee’s board of directors,” stated Zak Zarbock, founder of Zarbee’s Naturals.

Grimmer currently serves as CEO of Plum Organics, where he has led the launch of more than 100 new products, making Plum Organics — acquired by Campbell Soup Company earlier this year — one of the fastest-growing organic baby and kids food brand in the United States.

A recent winner of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award, Grimmer pioneered the first-to-market eco-pouch that has revolutionized the baby and kids food category.

“Neil will be a valuable addition to our board. He brings extraordinary experience that aligns perfectly with our mission at Zarbee’s,” said Bryce Johnson, CEO of Zarbee’s Naturals. “His innovative thinking will be a great contribution to our future growth.”

Grimmer will have opportunity to weigh in on Zarbee’s new product introductions right from the start. This year, Zarbee’s plans to introduce a number of new products, including Zarbee’s Children’s Sleep, Zarbee’s Seasonal Relief, a new Baby Cough Syrup and Children’s Cough for Mucus, the company noted.

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