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Health Equity Report Card Pilot Project to Help Close the Care Gap Highlighted on World Cancer Day

An ongoing pilot project aims to evaluate the feasibility of implementing the Health Equity Report Card as a tool for improving the quality and equity of cancer care and continues the Elevating Cancer Equity collaboration from the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN), American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN), and National Minority Quality Forum (NMQF). PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa., Feb. 4, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN®)—a not-for-profit alliance of leading cancer centers in the United States—joins the call to Close the Care Gap on World Cancer Day, a global awareness day organized by the Union of International Cancer Control (UICC) every February 4, by launching a new Health Equity Report Card (HERC) pilot program. This worldwide message acknowledges the many lives that are lost due to disparities in cancer outcomes. NCCN's work improving and facilitating quality, effective, equitable, and accessible cancer care so all patients can live better lives is ongoing around the world. Today's announcement explains more on how the HERC pilot program came about and what it is meant to achieve. The impact of structural and interpersonal racism is one of the major causes of disparities in cancer outcomes in the United States. According to the American Cancer Society's Cancer Facts and Figures 2023, racial and ethnic disparities in the cancer burden largely reflect long-standing inequities in socioeconomic status and access to high-quality health care, which can be attributed to historical and persistent structural racism in the U.S. experienced by all people of color. To help address these issues, NCCN, ACS CAN, and NMQF launched the Elevating Cancer Equity initiative in 2020, featuring a working group chaired by Robert A. Winn, MD, Director of the Virginia Commonwealth University Massey Cancer Center, and Shonta Chambers, MSW, Executive Vice President of Health Equity and Community Engagement at the Patient Advocate Foundation. In early 2021, that group developed the HERC to recommend actionable practice changes which, if implemented, would help providers and healthcare organizations identify and address discriminatory behaviors and bias in care delivery, address social determinants of health, and overcome systemic barriers to optimal care. The 17 actionable practice changes from the HERC have been refined into an implementation plan including concrete metrics, sources of evidence, and a scoring methodology, all of which were vetted by oncology administrators and healthcare providers. In the first phase of a multi-phase pilot, five leading academic cancer centers are assessing the feasibility of implementing the HERC as a tool that can both meaningfully and feasibly measure and report on equitable care practices. Feedback through the pilot stages of implementation will be incorporated to ensure applicability across care settings and geographies. "Our hope is that the Health Equity Report Card will be able to serve as a roadmap for health care organizations working to improve their practice, a transparency tool for patients, and an assessment tool for payers and accreditation entities," said Robert W. Carlson, MD, Chief Executive Officer, NCCN. "Inequities in cancer outcomes across race and ethnicity have numerous contributing factors, including different levels of access to comprehensive insurance coverage, bias and discrimination in care delivery, and social determinants of health such as neighborhood and built environment, access to economic and educational opportunity, and food insecurity due to historic and ongoing structural discrimination. This accountability tool will be more than just a checklist exercise; we hope it will result in interventions that lead to meaningful, sustainable systems changes." "All people diagnosed with cancer deserve to get the best care possible – regardless of income, race, ethnicity, gender identity, disability status, sexual orientation, age or geography," said Lisa Lacasse, President, ACS CAN. "Ensuring equity in cancer care is critical to reducing cancer disparities and ending cancer as we know it, for everyone. The Health Equity Report Card provides a tangible approach that can help achieve that goal." "Despite significant advancements in the detection and treatment of cancer in recent decades, minoritized communities continue to bear the high cancer burden," said Dr. Gary Puckrein, President and CEO of the National Minority Quality Forum. "Inequities in cancer care are the result of failure to consider the lives of black, brown, yellow, red, and poor people. If we're going to close systemic gaps in cancer care, we must re-imagine how we are approaching care delivery and realign systems to reduce patient risk. This tool is a step in the right direction to identify what system changes are needed to affect change." The HERC pilot program at academic cancer centers is supported by contributions from AbbVie Inc.; 2seventy bio; Genentech, Inc.; Lilly; and Sanofi Genzyme. A second pilot program in the community hospital setting is also in early stages, with support from GlaxoSmithKline LLC; Lilly; Merck Foundation; and Pfizer Inc. A peer-reviewed article with more information on the program will be publishing soon in JNCCN—Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network. Looking beyond race and ethnicity in the United States, research shows income, education, geographical location, and discrimination based on gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, and lifestyle are all factors that can negatively affect cancer care and outcomes. The burden of cancer in low- and middle-resource countries is particularly significant, currently accounting for approximately 75% percent of all cancer deaths worldwide, and is expected to continue to grow1. NCCN is involved in several global endeavors to address these disparities, including the adoption of inclusive language in clinical and patient guidelines, plus ongoing collaborations in: Sub-Saharan Africa Latin America and The Caribbean Eastern Europe Middle East and North Africa (MENA) And Worldwide Learn more about free resources to help close the care gap worldwide at NCCN.org/global, and view the 17 actions from the Health Equity Report Card at NCCN.org/wcd. About the National Comprehensive Cancer NetworkThe National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN®) is a not-for-profit alliance of leading cancer centers devoted to patient care, research, and education. NCCN is dedicated to improving and facilitating quality, effective, equitable, and accessible cancer care so all patients can live better lives. The NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (NCCN Guidelines®) provide transparent, evidence-based, expert consensus recommendations for cancer treatment, prevention, and supportive services; they are the recognized standard for clinical direction and policy in cancer management and the most thorough and frequently-updated clinical practice guidelines available in any area of medicine. The NCCN Guidelines for Patients® provide expert cancer treatment information to inform and empower patients and caregivers, through support from the NCCN Foundation®. NCCN also advances continuing education, global initiatives, policy, and research collaboration and publication in oncology. For more information visit NCCN.org. About ACS CANThe American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) makes cancer a top priority for policymakers at every level of government. ACS CAN engages volunteers across the country to make their voices heard to ensure that our cities, our states and our nation adopt evidence-based public policies that improve the lives of people with cancer and their families. We believe everyone should have a fair and just opportunity to prevent, detect, treat, and survive cancer. Since 2001, as the American Cancer Society's nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy affiliate, ACS CAN has successfully advocated for billions of dollars in cancer research funding, expanded access to quality affordable health care, and advanced proven tobacco control measures. We stand with our volunteers, working to change public policy to end cancer as we know it, for everyone. Join the fight by visiting www.fightcancer.org. About National Minority Quality ForumThe National Minority Quality Forum (NMQF) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit research and advocacy organization based in Washington, DC. The mission of NMQF is to reduce patient risk by assuring optimal care for all. NMQF's vision is an American health services research, delivery and financing system whose operating principle is to reduce patient risk for amenable morbidity and mortality while improving quality of life. NMQF leads the Cancer Stage Shifting Initiative which is aligned with the White House Cancer Moonshot program to move us from late-stage to early-stage diagnosis and treatment of cancer, improving cancer care and reducing cancer deaths for all, with a particular focus on equity and underrepresented populations. For more information, please visit https://www.nmqf.org/. Media Contacts:Rachel Darwin, NCCN267-622-6624darwin@nccn.org Trista Hargrove, ACS CAN202-998-2262trista.hargrove@cancer.org 1 Prager GW, Braga S, Bystricky B, et al. Global cancer control: responding to the growing burden, rising costs and inequalities in access. 2018;3(2):e000285.  

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Xinhua Silk Road: CEIS releases report on new energy industry development in China's Changzhou

BEIJING, Feb. 3, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Changzhou City in east China's Jiangsu Province occupies a leading position in the development of new energy industry, according to a report released Saturday by China Economic Information Service (CEIS), a subsidiary of Xinhua News Agency. Photo shows the report on Changzhou's new energy industry development released by China Economic Information Service (CEIS). Based on years of tracking research on Changzhou, CEIS analyzes Changzhou's industrial history, competitive advantages, industrial ecosphere and other aspects in the report. According to the report, Changzhou has five main advantages in building itself into a leading city in new energy sector. As one of important birthplaces of modern national industry and commerce in China, Changzhou has accumulated rich industrial experience and foundations and timely seized the opportunity to deepen the layout in multiple fields of new energy industry. In addition, Changzhou has steadily improved the production and innovation ability led by local key enterprises and institutions, persisted in attracting and cultivating innovative talents to build an innovative and entrepreneurial ecosystem of new energy industry and also promoted the city's comprehensive green transformation. In recent years, Changzhou's new energy industry has witnessed strong growth, with the industrial agglomeration level ranking fifth in China and the investment heat evaluation ranking first in China, said Chen Jinhu, Secretary of the CPC Changzhou Municipal Committee, during a conference on local new energy industry development recently held in Changzhou. In 2022, nine enterprises in Changzhou have been listed in Top 500 Chinese Private Enterprises, four listed in the Global Unicorn List, and eight industrial enterprises with annual output value of more than 10 billion yuan were added in the city, according to Chen. Changzhou continues to promote the development of local new energy industry, aiming to build itself into a leading city in new energy sector that leads the Yangtze River Delta region, radiates to the whole country and also has global influence. See the original link: https://en.imsilkroad.com/p/332445.html 

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/C O R R E C T I O N -- Darktrace/

In the news release, NEW RESEARCH FINDS ORGANIZATIONS NEED TO ADOPT A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO IMPROVE CYBER READINESS, issued 02-Feb-2023 by Darktrace over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that the wrong version was approved. The complete, corrected release follows: NEW RESEARCH FINDS ORGANIZATIONS NEED TO ADOPT A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO IMPROVE CYBER READINESS Only 29% of respondents are highly confident they have a robust mechanism to test their environments against the most current threat vectors CAMBRIDGE, England, Feb. 2, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Darktrace, a global leader in cyber security artificial intelligence, today announced a new IDC InfoBrief, sponsored by Darktrace, 'Building the Case for a Virtuous Cycle in Cybersecurity'*. The research was conducted to identify the key challenges facing cyber security professionals operating in increasingly noisy cyber security environments, and the report outlines recommended solutions to bolster cyber readiness. IDC conducted a survey of 300 organizations across the U.S. and Europe spanning multiple verticals including financial services, transportation, and healthcare. The data revealed the key challenges facing most of these organizations concern the ability to effectively prioritize and contextualize the large amounts of data organizations get from several cyber security alert systems, as well as identifying the key actions necessary for effective mitigation of threats and vulnerabilities. The study's key findings are: Evolving attack vectors make it difficult to prepare proactively, with only 31% of respondents highly confident that their tools can continuously adjust to new configurations There is a lack of dynamic testing capabilities, as 65% of participants agreed that pen testing provides only a snapshot in time which is of limited value, as it quickly becomes out of date While 76% of surveyed professionals thought visualizing attack paths was of moderate or high importance, only 29% were highly confident they had a robust mechanism to test their environments against the most current threat vectors The number of organizations that can continuously run preventative exercises such as pen tests and attack surface evaluation is between just 24% and 31% across all sectors The IDC InfoBrief calls for the adoption of a 'virtuous cycle' model as a way of closing these critical security gaps, incorporating prevention, detection, response, and healing. It calls for "a multipronged approach that includes establishing a security posture and proactively managing the access and assets, monitoring what is happening in the environment, and ensuring a fit-for-purpose remediation approach including backup and disaster recovery." The study also highlights AI as the solution for improved detection and response capabilities and continuous monitoring, as well as playing an integral part in the 'virtuous cycle', citing AI's ability to look for subtle changes in the behaviors of entities within a network. "It's clear from this study that organizations need to adopt a holistic approach to improve their readiness," commented Christopher Kissel, Research Vice President of IDC's Security & Trust Products. "The solution is to create a virtuous cycle, leveraging AI to create an ecosystem across an entire organization able to continuously stress-test environments, give an instantaneous response, and determine if remediation is working." "Security teams don't need more data, they need clear prioritization, and intelligent automation to lighten the load and this report sets that out in concrete terms," said John Allen, VP of Cyber Risk and Compliance at Darktrace. "Security professionals are overwhelmed with vulnerabilities, and they can't get to them all in time. At Darktrace we're committed to delivering an AI Loop that can provide continuous visibility, prioritized into meaningful actions for security teams, and harden weak points. That's how we're helping security teams get proactive." Darktrace PREVENT™ is the third of four product families in Darktrace's Cyber AI Loop™ which also includes Darktrace DETECT and RESPOND™. The final part of Darktrace's Cyber AI Loop, Darktrace HEAL™, will go to market in 2023. Commenting on the efficacy of PREVENT and its ability to augment an entire security ecosystem, Jim Webber, Vice President of Information Technology at Direct Federal Credit Union, said: "PREVENT is continuously looking for assets that live outside of our internal IT environment. With PREVENT constantly doing vulnerability testing on our behalf, I don't need worry about missing something - that is very reassuring." *doc #EUR149649622, January 2023 IDC InfoBrief MethodologyIn July 2022, IDC surveyed senior security professionals at 300 companies across Europe and the U.S., looking at where security professionals are challenged in implementing preventative security measures and the gaps in their security postures that they are struggling to fill. All organizations surveyed had over 500 employees. Individuals surveyed were predominantly IT directors, IT managers, IT security management specialists, CIOs and CTOs. The full IDC Infobrief can be viewed here.About DarktraceDarktrace (DARK.L), a global leader in cyber security artificial intelligence, delivers complete AI-powered solutions in its mission to free the world of cyber disruption. Breakthrough innovations from the Darktrace Cyber AI Research Centre in Cambridge, UK and its R&D centre in The Hague, The Netherlands have resulted in over 125 patent applications filed and significant research published to contribute to the cyber security community. Darktrace's technology continuously learns and updates its knowledge of 'you' for an organization and applies that understanding to achieve an optimal state of cyber security. It is delivering the first ever Cyber AI Loop, fuelling a continuous end-to-end security capability that can autonomously prevent, detect, and respond to novel, in-progress threats in real time. Darktrace employs over 2,200 people around the world and protects over 8,100 organizations globally from advanced cyber-threats. It was named one of TIME magazine's 'Most Influential Companies' in 2021. Media Contacts Tom BerminghamBrands2Life (UK)+44(0)7983857952darktrace@brands2life.com Liz ScanlonCommStrat (US)+15102957542darktrace@commstrat.com  

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Micro-Star International: Back to Work Promotion- What's the level of your post-holiday syndrome?

TAIPEI, Feb. 3, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- MSI, a leading manufacturer of PC hardware, announces the Back to Work promotion, starting from February 1st, 2023 (00:01 PST) to February 28th, 2023 (23:59 PST). After the long vacation for the new year celebration, are you ready to get back to work? By inviting users to take a simple post-holiday syndrome test, MSI will recommend the best PC solution to get through busy working days and boost productivity based on users' psychological and emotional status. Furthermore, users will have a chance to win an MSI Modern LED Lux as long as they complete the test. Plus, the grand prize- MSI MD272QPW monitor will be drawn for participants who purchased recommended MSI PC solutions. MSI Back to Work Promotion The holidays can be joyful and stressful. People can bring many different moods back from their break. However, are you ready to get back into a professional mindset? After completing the test and entering gleam, users will have a chance to win an MSI Modern LED Lux lightbar in the weekly lucky draw. Meanwhile, all the participants who purchase the selected MSI Business and Productivity products and fill out the lucky draw registration form can have a chance to win an MSI MD272QPW monitor in addition to the lightbar. The lucky draw result will be announced on March 30th, 2023 on the Back to Work promotion landing page, and lucky winners will be informed via registered emails. Take a quiz to check your level of post-holiday syndrome and win a prize: https://msi.gm/SE5DFDF0 MSI also offers more special programs for consumers. For more detailed information, view the promotion pages. Shout Out for MSI - Your review could give someone the assurance they need. Write a review, then let us know. We'll thank you with a cool reward.https://us.msi.com/Landing/join-shout-out-for-msi#creation&business MSI Reward Program - Review a product, refer a friend or participate in other actions that can earn up to 500 points. Register now and unlock your exclusive benefits!https://rewards.msi.com/ MSI:   https://us.msi.com/MSI Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MSIGamingUSAMSI Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/msius/ MSI YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@MSI_USA/ MSI Twitter: https://twitter.com/msiUSA/MSI LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/msi-computer-corp./Subscribe to MSI RSS Feeds via https://www.msi.com/rss for real-time news and more product info. About MSI As a world leading gaming brand, MSI is the most trusted name in gaming and eSports. We stand by our principles of breakthroughs in design, the pursuit of excellence, and technological innovation. Integrating gamers' most coveted extreme performance, realistic visuals, authentic sound, precise control and smooth streaming functions into its gaming rigs, MSI frees gamers from tedious trial and error and pushes gaming performance beyond limits. The determination to surpass past achievements has made MSI a 'True Gaming' brand with gaming spirit throughout the industry! For more product information, please go to https://www.msi.com/ All rights of the technical, pictures, text and other content published in this press release are reserved. Contents are subject to changes without prior notice.

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Automotive Industry Leads in Digital Maturity but Faces Uphill Battle Amid EV and Autonomous Transportation Overhaul

ABI Research's Digital Transformation Index identifies digital maturity level by industry NEW YORK, Feb. 2, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Digital transformation innovation and adoption significantly accelerated in 2022, but there is still a long way to go. According to a new report from global technology intelligence firm ABI Research, on a scale of 0 to 5, the manufacturing sector scores an average of 2.4 for digital maturity on the ABI Research Digital Transformation Index. Automotive took the lead with an index of 3.7, followed by Electronics/High Tech at 3.3. "There are massive differences in digital maturity and needs across companies and industries," explains Industrial & Manufacturing Research Director Ryan Martin. "An industry like automotive is going through tremendous change in the shift to electric and autonomous vehicles that presents a unique opportunity for companies like Ford, GM, and Hyundai to completely revamp operations as new cohorts of suppliers join rising OEMs other than Tesla, including Rivian, Polestar, and Fisker. The manufacturing requirements for these companies is unique compared to precision agriculture companies John Deere, AGCO, and Caterpillar; pharmaceuticals made by J&J, Pfizer, and Merck; and fast-moving consumer goods from the likes of Unilever and P&G. Some of these companies are still transitioning from paper lists to digital work orders while others are formulating strategies and use cases for the industrial metaverse." The ABI Research Digital Transformation Index measures and benchmarks digital maturity along the lines of seven key criteria, including robotics, manufacturing process, software, control, data management and analytics, connectivity, and worker enablement. The scale ranges from level 0 (human controlled) to level 5, lights out manufacturing. An increasing number of examples stand out in terms of next-level digital integration and autonomy, including Mercedes' Factory 56 facility in Sindelfingen, Germany, and the new Tesla Gigafactory in Berlin; however, these remain outliers that others hope to emulate. Most facilities are brownfield environments that need to retrofit sensors and manage the machines they have relied on for years. The accelerant in the mix is a new and growing cohort of industrial cloud software offerings ranging from CAD and PLM to MES and plant-scale Simulation that are becoming increasingly attractive to manufacturers of all sizes and industries, albeit varying degrees, and with varying rates of adoption. "Big Return on Investment (ROI) projects with undefined or lengthy periods of return simply do not cut it in the current macroeconomic environment," says Martin. "Manufacturers need to improve or maintain the current order of business through quick wins that solve immediate challenges and pain points. At the same time, suppliers want to ensure they deliver that same value to the customer. Level 5 lights out manufacturing at scale is still a way out." These findings are from ABI Research's Digital Factory Data market data report. This report is part of the company's Industrial and Manufacturing Technologies research service, which includes research, data, and ABI Insights. Market Data spreadsheets are composed of deep data, market share analysis, and highly segmented, service-specific forecasts to provide detailed insight into where opportunities lie. About ABI Research ABI Research is a global technology intelligence firm delivering actionable research and strategic guidance to technology leaders, innovators, and decision makers around the world. Our research focuses on the transformative technologies that are dramatically reshaping industries, economies, and workforces today. ABI Research是一家国际科技情报公司,为全球科技领袖、创新人士和决策者提供实用的市场研究和战略性指导。我们密切关注一切为各行各业、全球经济和劳动市场带来颠覆性变革的创新与技术。 For more information about ABI Research's services, contact us at +1.516.624.2500 in the Americas, +44.203.326.0140 in Europe, +65.6592.0290 in Asia-Pacific, or visit www.abiresearch.com. Contact Info:  Global  Deborah Petrara Tel: +1.516.624.2558 pr@abiresearch.com   Logo - https://mma.prnasia.com/media2/1471031/ABI_Research_Logo.jpg?p=medium600

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CGTN poll: China's economic rebound wins strong global confidence

BEIJING, Feb. 2, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Global respondents have strong confidence in Chinese economic recovery, according to recent surveys by CGTN Think Tank. One survey shows that 86.8 percent of global respondents recognize China's efforts to coordinate COVID-19 prevention and control with economic and social development, while only 9.03 percent of them believe that developed economies performed better in dealing with the pandemic. China's economy has shown strong signs of recovery, based on consumption data during the Spring Festival holiday. Its domestic tourism revenue reached 375.84 billion yuan (about $55.96 billion), up by 30 percent year on year. The box office during the holiday collected 6.76 billion yuan. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) raised the estimate for China's growth to 5.2 percent in its latest World Economic Outlook report. However, it predicts that growth in advanced economies, including the United States, the Euro area and the United Kingdom, will fall to 1.2 percent in 2023. Looking back, China was the only major economy in the world that achieved positive growth in 2020, and its GDP exceeded 120 trillion yuan last year, making important contribution to global economic recovery. According to the National Bureau of Statistics, prices in China have remained stable over the past three years, with the consumer price index rising at an average rate of 1.8 percent, much lower than in the U.S., the Euro zone and other developed economies. Based on the data released by the World Bank, the economic growth rate of the U.S. and the Euro zone economies in 2020 was -2.8 percent and -6.1 percent respectively. Aggressive stimulus measures were introduced for these economies over the past two years. In 2022, the consumer price index of the U.S. hit a 40-year high, pushing up people's living costs. In a survey, nearly half of the respondents in major developed economies have experienced significant price increases, while 48.7 percent of them admitted that their daily expenses have increased over the past three years. But only 23.24 percent of them saw their income increase in the same period. Among them, 46.77 percent predict a recession in major developed economies this year. To protect the lives and health of its people, China effectively coped with the impact of the five global waves and several domestic clusters of COVID-19 over the past three years. The CGTN think tank's survey shows that 88.1 percent of respondents recognized China's achievements in COVID-19 prevention and control over the past three years. The country's scientific and dynamic adjustment of epidemic prevention policies was fully recognized by 71.6 percent of global respondents. With anti-epidemic policies in line with its national conditions, China is believed to inject more impetus into global economic recovery in the post-COVID-19 era. Link: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2023-02-02/CGTN-poll-China-s-economic-rebound-wins-strong-global-confidence-1h5HNHrXbYk/index.html 

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