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Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon, New Hampshire
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Dartmouth-Hitchcock (D-H) is a nonprofit academic health system that serves a patient population of 1.2 million in New England. Anchored by Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH, the system includes the Norris Cotton Cancer Center, one of only 41 Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the nation; the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock; affiliate hospitals in New London, NH, and Windsor, VT; and 24 Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinics that provide ambulatory services across New Hampshire and Vermont. D-H provides access to more than 1,000 primary care doctors and specialists in almost every area of medicine. In partnership with the Audrey and Theodor Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and the White River Junction VA Medical Center in White River Junction, VT, it trains nearly 400 residents and fellows annually, and performs world-class research. To learn more about Dartmouth-Hitchcock, please visit www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
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Vermont Information Processing in Colchester, Vermont
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Vermont Information Processing (VIP) was founded in 1973 as a data collection and processing company. VIP keyed clients' sales from paper invoices into a computer and provided clients with summarized sales reports. As computers became more affordable to individual businesses, VIP expanded its own in-house software and sold the product as the VIP Route Accounting System.

As a specialist in the beverage industry, VIP has developed a complete software package that is second to none in meeting the specific needs of beverage distributors/bottlers. VIP has developed solutions for all three tiers of the beverage industry. In 2002, VIP started developing software solutions for suppliers. VIP currently collects data and provides solutions for over 100 suppliers.

Over the years, VIP’s technological and business solutions for beverage distributors expanded to include: a complete financials package; PDA handhelds and other mobile devices for sales reps, drivers, and merchandisers; innovative applications for Warehouse Management Systems such as automated truck loading, voice picking, and task management; iDIG sales analysis tools; electronic report capture, email, and retrieval; and Cloud Solution.

Supplier Services have grown to include data collection, data hosting, data delivery, sales reports tool, product finder, data cleansing, and price collections for Wal-Mart VMP. To learn more about Vermont Information Processing, please visit www.vtinfo.com.
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Allscripts location in South Burlington, Vermont
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Allscripts, Inc. with offices located in South Burlington, Vermont provides innovative solutions to deliver the insights that healthcare providers require to generate world-class outcomes. In 2011, IAA partnered with its employer-partner Allscripts to develop a program that would educate interface analyst consultants for Allscript’s electronic health record (EHR) systems. At the time, Allscripts was outsourcing this work to an offshore firm. IAA developed the curriculum, and then successfully recruited, educated, and graduated 29 interface analyst consultants for Allscripts. The program represented a win/win for both Allscripts and IAA since we worked in collaboration to improve educational opportunities, enhancing employment opportunities for individuals and meeting Allscript’s business needs.

Allscript’s Electronic Health Record, practice management and other clinical, revenue cycle, connectivity and information solutions create a Connected Community of Health™ for physicians, hospitals and post-acute organizations. To learn more about Allscripts, please visit www.allscripts.com.
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Hypertherm's newest facility in Lebanon, New Hampshire
160,000sq ft LEED certified manufacturing plant
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Hypertherm, Inc. of Hanover, New Hampshire designs and manufactures advanced cutting products for use in a variety of industries such as shipbuilding, manufacturing, and automotive repair. In 2006, Hypertherm approached IAA and sponsored two sessions of our Advanced Machine Tool Technology program in which IAA recruited, educated, and graduated 30 CNC machinists and machine operators for Hypertherm. Based on that success, and Hypertherm’s need to hire 75+ CNC machine operators per year, Hypertherm partnered with IAA to build the Hypertherm Technical Training Institute. Since 2006, IAA has recruited, educated, and graduated over 375 machine operators from our program for employment with Hypertherm.

Hypertherm's reputation for metal cutting innovation dates back more than 40 years, to 1968, with Hypertherm’s invention of water injection plasma cutting. An associate-owned company, Hypertherm is consistently named one of the best places to work in America, has more than 1,200 associates along with operations and partner representation worldwide. For more information about Hypertherm, visit www.hypertherm.com.
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Fletcher Allen Health Care located in Burlington, Vermont
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Fletcher Allen Health Care of Burlington, VT, together with the University of Vermont College of Medicine and the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, is Vermont’s academic medical center. In 2004, Fletcher Allen was faced with a decision concerning its need to outsource medical transcription services to two India-based firms. After teaming up with IAA, Fletcher Allen decided to bring transcription functions back onshore and in-house. Based on its previous success (see IDX Systems Corporation below), IAA recruited, educated and graduated 20 new medical transcriptionists which completely reversed Fletcher Allen’s outsourcing practices. This successful program then expanded into other areas of Fletcher Allen’s healthcare workforce needs. To date, IAA has recruited and educated over 140 healthcare graduates for positions at Fletcher Allen, including practice support specialists, registration representatives, medical coders, electronic health records IT specialists, licensed nursing assistants, and phlebotomists.

Fletcher Allen serves as a regional referral center – providing advanced care to approximately one million people in Vermont and northern New York. With more than 30 patient care sites and 100 outreach clinics, programs and services throughout the region, Fletcher Allen is committed to being a national model for the delivery of high-quality academic health care for a rural region. For more information about Fletcher Allen, visit www.fletcherallen.org.
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Husky Injection Molding Systems in Milton, Vermont
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Husky Injection Molding Systems of Milton, Vermont designs and manufactures a broad range of injection molding machines, hot runners, robots, molds and integrated systems. In 2009, Husky expanded its relationship with IAA in order to increase the competency level of its current incumbent workforce. Building on the success of its CNC Machinist Program (see below), IAA has educated over 20 students in the Advanced Machine Tool Technology program for Husky.

Today Husky Injection Molding Systems is one of the world's leading suppliers of injection molding equipment and services to the global plastics industry. The company has over 40 service and sales offices, supporting customers in more than 100 countries. For more information about Husky, visit www.husky.ca.
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Hazelett Stripcasting in Colchester, Vermont
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Advanced Manufacturing Employers in Vermont and New Hampshire called upon IAA to build a Computer-Numerical Controlled (CNC) Machinist Program to address the shortage of available CNC machine operators and machinists needed by regional businesses. In 2005, IAA delivered its first class of the CNC Machinist Program (now called our Advanced Machine Tool Technology Program) for eight employer-partners sponsoring 16 students. Since 2005, IAA has recruited, educated, and graduated over 450 CNC machinists and machine operators from this program for employer-partners including: Hazelett Stripcasting, Husky Injection Molding, Pre-Tech Precision, Flex-A-Seal, Preci Manufacturing, ITA-Aerotech, Latva Machine, Gear Works, Chamberlain Machine, Lucas Industries, Kiosko, Lovejoy Tool Company, North Hartland Tool, IVEK Corporation, Timken Aerospace, NSA Industries, Weidmann Electrical, Thermal Dynamics, and Hypertherm.
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Dealer.com located in Burlington, Vermont
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Dealer.com of Burlington, VT is the leader in automotive digital marketing solutions - serving automotive retailers, manufacturers and media companies worldwide. In 2004, Dealer.com had to make a decision about where to grow the company: Vermont or California. The key question was how to grow a company in Vermont when it could not find a qualified workforce to meet its needs. With approximately 60 employees at the time, Dealer.com partnered with IAA to create the workforce necessary to meet its expanding needs. For the next three years, IAA recruited, educated and graduated 60 information technologists from its Information Technology program, with graduates being employed as account managers, software developers and web designers at Dealer.com.

Founded in 1999, Dealer.com’s innovative, award-winning digital marketing and advertising platform significantly lowers the cost of customer acquisition, enhancing dealers’ efficiency and profitability. The company employs more than 600 people in its Burlington, VT and Manhattan Beach, CA offices. Dealer.com’s commitment to employee health and wellness makes it one of the industry’s most desirable places to work. For more information about Dealer.com, visit www.dealer.com.
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IDX Systems Corp. located in South Burlington, Vermont
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IDX Systems Corporation of South Burlington, VT (now GE Healthcare) was IAA’s first employer-partner. Starting in 2000, IAA has recruited and educated over 110 home-based medical transcriptionists in Vermont for EDiX corporation, a subsidiary of IDX. IAA also recruited and educated 38 healthcare information technologists for IDX, employing them in positions as software engineers, software analysts and software installation consultants.

Founded in 1969, IDX Systems Corporation provided information technology solutions to maximize value in the delivery of healthcare, improve the quality of patient service, enhance medical outcomes, and reduce the costs of care. In 2006, IDX was purchased by GE Healthcare. Worldwide, GE Healthcare employs more than 43,000 people committed to serving healthcare professionals and their patients in more than 100 countries. For more information about GE Healthcare, visit www.gehealthcare.com.
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