Parsippany-based MD On-Line to be Acquired by Minneapolis-based ABILITY Network

Par­sip­pany-based MD On-Line has agreed to its ac­quis­i­tion by Min­neapol­is-based ABIL­ITY Net­work, a health-care tech­no­logy com­pany. The terms of the deal were not dis­closed by the parties, ac­cord­ing to an Oct. 15 state­ment. Bill Bartzak, who has been the CEO of MD On-Line since he star­ted the com­pany in 1995, will join ABIL­ITY’s seni­or lead­er­ship team, help­ing to con­tin­ue to drive the com­pany for­ward, the state­ment said.

At Asbury Agile, David Sorin Shares the Top 5 Things Every Startup Needs to Know

At this year's As­bury Agile conference, David Sorin, a well-known attorney who works with the New Jersey tech entrepreneur community, gave a presentation titled, "Top 5 Things Every Startup Needs to Know."

Slamowitz Discusses Creating Engaged, Empowered Employees at Morris Tech Meetup

Mi­cro­man­aging is bad, but the pro­cess of con­vert­ing your com­pany from one that is mi­cro­man­aged to one that or­gan­ic­ally cre­ates wealth is a hard one. The res­ults, however, are well worth it, ac­cord­ing to Greg Slam­ow­itz, who sold Am­brose Em­ploy­er Group (New York) to TriNet (San Leandro, Cal­if.) for $200 mil­lion in Ju­ly 2013. That’s what he told his audi­ence at the Mor­ris Tech Meetup at Fair­leigh Dickin­son Uni­versity, in Madis­on, on Oct. 7.
Photo: Successful NJ angel John Ason spoke at the New Jersey Entrepreneurial Network event in Sept. Photo Credit: Esther Surden
Successful NJ angel John Ason spoke at the New Jersey Entrepreneurial Network event in Sept. | Esther Surden

Successful NJ Angel John Ason Tells All at NJEN September Meeting

John As­on, the New Jer­sey-based an­gel in­vestor who has had some spec­tac­u­lar exits — in­clud­ing from Di­ (Montclair), Xlib­ris (Bloom­ing­ton, In­di­ana) and LiveLOOK (Mat­awan) — provided a glimpse in­to the mind­set of a tech an­gel in­vestor at the Sept. 17 New Jer­sey En­tre­pren­eur­i­al Net­work meet­ing.

Women’s Entrepreneurship Week Panelists Discuss Getting More Girls Involved in STEM

Jinisha Patel, a student at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and an organizer of the In­ter­na­tion­al Wo­men’s Hack­a­thon, says that getting more girls interested in science, technology, engineering and math (aka “STEM”) begins at home. “It has to start with how we are raising our children," she told an audience of about 150 men, women and children on Oct. 16, at the Montclair State University "Big Dreams in STEM" panel discussion, a part of the school's Women Entrepreneurship Week.

Opinion: A Lot for NJ Tech Industry to Like in Kean Collection of Bills to “Foster Innovation”

The NJ re­pub­lic­ans have taken on in­nov­a­tion with a pack­age of bills. We find that there is much to like for tech en­tre­pren­eurs and tech com­pan­ies in New Jer­sey. We want your opin­ion too. What do you think?

Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: Today’s content marketing and why it matters for your go-to-market strategy

In this blog post, An­ita O'Mal­ley talks about con­tent mar­ket­ing for tech com­pan­ies.
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Looking Back on Hurricane Sandy and the Tech Community

This article was first published on the one-year anniversary of the date Sandy hit New Jersey. thought it might be useful for everyone to take this opportunity to recall how the tech community pulled together after the storm. It was a shining moment.

How Big Data is Transforming Today's Healthcare

Researchers are demonstrating how inventive uses of data can reveal patterns of illness that were previously obscure. Some hospitals in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and other states are getting better at identifying and treating the sickest members of their communities. Insurance companies are tracking patient data as part of new schemes to reward doctors financially. Via NJ Spotlight.

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