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Colleges hire firm to manage training rooms, file insurance claims

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 08 / 15 / 16

In a span of a few weeks this summer, Vivature, a health care technology business, signed two new clients who on the surface couldn’t appear to be more different. One was Penn State, a blue-chip brand in the power five elite. The other was Lindenwood University, a Division II school in Miss...

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