Oklahoma Reportedly Missing Key Starter vs. Texas Today

first_img Looks like the Sooners will be without Grant Calcaterra in this one.— Gabe Ikard (@GabeIkard) October 12, 2019Oklahoma’s offense is fairly loaded, but Calcaterra is the Sooners’ top tight end, so this would be a significant loss.Calcaterra has five catches for 79 yards on the season. He had 26 catches for 396 yards and six touchdowns in 2018.Oklahoma has yet to announce an official update on the tight end.The Sooners-Longhorns game is set to kick off at noon E.T. It will be on FOX. Texas vs. Oklahoma Red River Rivalry at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.DALLAS – OCTOBER 11: A general view of the Oklahoma Sooners and the Texas Longhorns during the Red River Rivalry at the Cotton Bowl on October 11, 2008 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Oklahoma and Texas are less than two hours away from kicking off at the Red River Showdown at the Cotton Bowl this afternoon.The Sooners come into today’s game as the clear favorite, though Oklahoma’s offense will reportedly be missing a key player.Oklahoma insider Gabe Ikard is reporting that it appears the Sooners will be without tight end Grant Calcaterra this afternoon.“Looks like the Sooners will be without Grant Calcaterra in this one,” he reports.last_img read more

A division of Telus buys BCbased electronic medical records company

VANCOUVER – A division of Telus is buying B.C.-based electronic medical records company Med Access Inc., expanding the telecommunications company’s reach into health-care technology services.Med Access Inc., based in Kelowna, provides electronic medical record services to 2,000 specialty and general practice doctors in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario.Telus Health didn’t disclose the financial terms of the deal on Monday, but said the latest acquisition will bring the total number of doctors who use its electronic medical records technology to more than 12,500 across the country.Telus (TSX:T) identified electronic health services a number of years ago as an area of growth to offset declines in some of its older telecommunications services. It hasn’t pursued a strategy of buying content to put on mobile phones and tablets it sells, while its competitors Bell (TSX:BCE) and Rogers (TSX:RCI.B) have bought television and radio stations and sports teams for growth and content.Telus Health said it plans to integrate Med Access’s electronic referral system, which allows healthcare teams to electronically forward any information in a patient’s chart directly to another healthcare provider potentially reducing data entry errors and helping provide better care.“We believe that connecting healthcare providers together and with their patients is a natural extension of our core business of connecting millions of Canadians with the people and information that matters most to them,” Paul Lepage, president of Telus Health, said in a news release.Telus Health said it has invested more than $1 billion in healthcare technology in recent years, including other acquisitions such as KinLogix in Quebec and Wolf Medical Systems in western Canada.Telus created Telus Health after its 2007 acquisition of the former Emergis, a Montreal-based e-commerce and technology company that was an early pioneer in electronic health records.The Vancouver-based telecom company has secure wireless and broadband networks that can be accessed by doctors and patients on personal computers, smartphones or tablets. Currently it provides and supports electronic health record solutions in dozens of hospitals and as well as in pharmacies across the country. A division of Telus buys B.C.-based electronic medical records company AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Canadian Press Posted Mar 3, 2014 10:33 am MDT read more