On Thursday, Shares of NetEase Inc (ADR) (NASDAQ:NTES), subtract -9.23% and closed at $228.62 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $224.71 and $252.10. NetEase, Inc. (NTES) debuted its virtual reality game Twilight Pioneers at Google I/O 2016. As one of the first games to commit to Daydream, Google’s platform for high quality mobile VR built on top of Android, Twilight Pioneers was released on November 10.
Twilight Pioneers is the first VR title developed and to be published by NetEase Games, featuring the company’s trademark high quality graphics and addictive gameplay as a result of years of development experience in the world’s leading gaming market. More importantly, the game demonstrates the awesome potential of ARPG in a VR setting, and promises an unforgettable gaming experience that will impress the most sophisticated players.
In Twilight Pioneers, players will experience a magical Eastern fantasy with vividly detailed visual and captivating storytelling. The Dark Lord has corrupted the world, but hope remains as an alliance of brave individuals has emerged to resist the evil forces occupying the land. Players are the Chosen Ones, who are called upon to draw their swords to overcome the darkness and restore the land to its former glory.
Cerner Corporation (NASDAQ:CERN), dropped -2.64% and closed at $49.46 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $49.29 and $51.53. The company’s Market capitalization is $16.20 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 339.50 million. Penn State Health has selected Cerner Millennium Revenue Cycle™, a patient-centric financial administration platform designed to optimize provider and user workflow. The new platform will be integrated with the existing Cerner electronic health record (EHR) at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, resulting in a Clinically Driven Revenue Cycle™ across the health system, counting more than 60 clinics.
As part of the expanded relationship, Cerner will also extend the clinical and financial health information technology system to Penn State Health St. Joseph, formerly St. Joseph Regional Health Network.
“Having one integrated platform will support our efforts to create seamless coordination and partnershipamong our departments and venues of care,” said Stephen Massini, chief financial officer, Penn State Health. “Incorporating clinical data into our revenue cycle processes will facilitate a better experience for our patients and providers and enhance our ability to holistically manage our patient’s financial responsibility.”