Tech Tidbits From Around NH
New CTO at NH Mutual Bancorp … and more
Dr. Mayo Noerdlinger, an orthopedic surgeon at Portsmouth-based Atlantic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, recently became the first surgeon in Maine to perform a computer navigated total shoulder replacement using ExactechGPS-guided technology, a new procedure for shoulder replacement, the clinic announced. ExactechGPS shoulder replacement aims to
improve the precision and predictability of shoulder surgery from preoperative planning to real-time execution by helping the surgeon better understand a patient’s anatomy before entering the operating room. During surgery, ExactechGPS provides a real-time view of the implant placement process and guides the surgeon toward any necessary adjustments.
Robert Soloway has joined New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp of Concord, parent company of Meredith Village Savings Bank, Merrimack County Savings Bank, Savings Bank of Walpole and MillRiver Wealth Management, as senior vice president, chief technology and services officer. Soloway was previously chief information officer for Municipal Credit Union in New York and has held other technology leadership roles in the banking, insurance and shared service environments.
Liberty Mutual Insurance will provide coverage for Uber drivers and passengers throughout New England, South Carolina and Puerto Rico as part of the company’s 2020 auto insurance programs, the company announced.
Under the program, Liberty Mutual provides specific coverage from the time Uber drivers open the app and are waiting for a trip or delivery request through the completion of the trip or delivery. The program covers all of South Carolina, Puerto Rico and New England, including Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.