Madalyn Bueche, 19, graduated from Cedar Springs High School in 2011 never thinking she’d end up in a manufacturing apprenticeship program at Autocam Corp.
As the health care industry focuses in on disease prevention, care providers are turning to disposable medical devices to help reduce the spread of infections.
When two old high school buddies were reunited at a 1995 Christmas party in Hastings, a new company called TerraTrike was born.
Dorothy Graham, the keynote speaker for the 2013 Great Lakes Software Excellence Conference, is a rock star for many in the tech world. A world renowned expert on software, Graham appears at the conference on April 29 at Calvin College to discuss intelligent mistakes in software testing industry and how to avoid them.
Businesses and government agencies need to be prepared to deal with the latest cybersecurity issues as well as threats related to natural disasters and crime. That’s the reason government and business professionals are expected to attend the 2013 Great Lakes Homeland Security Training Conference & Expo this month.
Companies able to develop a medical device from concept design to manufacturing and even delivery may be a rarity in Michigan, but that’s exactly how industry experts position the Kalamazoo-based Keystone Solutions Group.
GRAND RAPIDS — Thanks to new regulations in health care and a push for the implementation of new technology, one locally based health information exchange has found room to grow.
When Dr. Mark Gostine found out that he was going to be a grandfather, he did what any caring doctor-dad would do: He sent health tips to daughter who was expecting her first child.
Investors attracted to deals on the coasts for years overlooked Michigan as a flyover state, but those perceptions seem to be slowly changing as more outside money sets its sights on in-state companies.
One local manufacturer turned a bad experience with off-the-shelf Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems into a business opportunity.