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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Amendola Communications, a nationally recognized, award-winning healthcare and technology public relations and marketing firm, announced that Pivot Point Consulting has selected the firm to amplify client successes and industry best practices after a competitive review of agencies.
With 450+ consultants and serving more than 100 provider and payer organizations nationwide, Pivot Point Consulting, a Vaco Company based in Brentwood, Tenn. provides Best in KLAS healthcare IT services ranging from advisory, implementation, optimization, managed services and talent solutions.
“Pivot Point Consulting is thrilled to have Amendola in our corner,” said Rachel Marano, Pivot Point Consulting’s Managing Partner and Co-Founder. “Having been recognized as the 2020 Best in KLAS Overall IT Services Firm, as well as a Best Place to Work by Modern Healthcare, we’re excited to join forces to share our story with a broader audience who may not be as familiar with
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- As gridlock over another round of stimulus for small business in Washington continues, 5 million Latinos are at risk of bankruptcy, a new study reveals on Sunday.
- Pre-pandemic they were the fastest-growing cohort on Main Street and contributed 4% to U.S. GDP.
- Latino companies that applied for the Paycheck Protection Program have seen a 21% drop in revenue since February while their costs for PPE and other safety measures rise.
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Small businesses line Bagley Avenue in the Mexicantown neighborhood of Southwest Detroit, Michigan.
As gridlock over another round of stimulus for small business in Washington continues, 5 million Latinos are at risk of bankruptcy, a new study reveals on Monday. Pre-pandemic they were the fastest-growing cohort on Main Street and contributed 4% to U.S. GDP. Their demise portends a troubling trend that can upend communities across America.
Statistics reveal the story. Latino companies that applied
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“Every four years a Democrat runs for president on a platform that includes higher taxes for the wealthy. And every four years a group of people predicts that the sky will fall if those plans are implemented. Yet every time their plans have been implemented, the sky hasn’t fallen.” Those are the words of Harvard professor Jason Furman, who was Chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers during Barack Obama’s second presidential term.
Furman is right. It’s never made sense that Republicans would cry “recession” every time a Democrat would promise tax increases. This isn’t to defend tax increases. Rest assured this write-up will not.
Still, Republicans vandalize the word “recession” when they say tax cuts will automatically cause them. Painful as they are, recessions have historically signaled an economy on the mend. During boom periods, it’s only natural that lenders will reach a bit in terms of