Module to enable pharmacists to manage services

Cincinnati’s AssureCare, which develops technology solutions to improve patient outcomes and lower costs associated with population health management, has developed its Medication Management Module to help pharmacists manage and bill for services that include comprehensive medication reviews and targeted medication reviews, as well as others identified by AssureCare’s algorithms.

Keeping the planes on time

In an effort to improve aircraft engine performance, a team at GE Aviation is performing around-the-clock data analysis. The team is trying to identify maintenance and repair trends having to do with oil usage, exhaust gas temperatures, vibration, rotor speed, and fuel flow. By spotting these trends early, the airline can be alerted to perform maintenance before the issue can lead to an unscheduled delay.

AddUp headquarters coming to Blue Ash

AddUp Inc., a global manufacturer of metal 3D printing equipment and supplier of 3D printed parts, will establish its North American headquarters in Blue Ash. AddUp president Ken Wright said Southwest Ohio was chosen for AddUp’s North American headquarters because of its strong history of manufacturing, proximity to industrial and government partners in metal 3D printing, a great talent pool and support provided by the state of Ohio.

New factory comes to Clermont

Nestle Purina PetCare plans to build a new factory in Clermont County. The factory, which is the first new American factory built by Nestle Purina in 45 years, will employ 300 workers. Ohio won the project over competing bids from North Carolina and Kentucky.

Protech acquires Sleepwellt

Northern Kentucky home medical equipment provider Protech Home Medical Corp., has acquired Sleepwell LLC, a supplier of sleep-related products and services located in Georgia. Protech acquired Sleepwell for cash ($9.3 million) and share consideration ($5.1 million). According to the Cincinnati Business Courier, the acquisition will increase Protech’s annual revenue by approximately $13 million.