In the Know: Healthcare News for June 22, 2020

U.S. News and World Report Names Mayo Nation’s Top Hospital

Medtronic gets $337 million from Blackstone for diabetes devices

Abbott FreeStyle Libre 2 iCGM FDA cleared for use in adults and children

At the Edge of Possible

Cardiovascular Systems’ offering nabs $143.7m

Mayo Clinic, NASA team up to test AI algorithm on colorectal cancer

Boston Scientific touts SpaceOAR meta-analysis results

Medtronic touts results of venous self-expanding stent system study

University of Minnesota 17th in the world among universities granted U.S. patents in 2019, continuing upward trend

Maple Grove Medical Device Company Pioneers New Treatment for Prostate Cancer

M Health Fairview creates HOPE Commission to lead health equity efforts

Inspire Medical Nabs Coverage from Cigna

Neurocrine Biosciences and Takeda Announce Collaboration to Develop and Commercialize  Potential Therapies for Psychiatric Disorders

Minnesota firm gets emergency OK to sell Chinese-made COVID-19 test

Needs for riot-damaged businesses coming into focus

North Memorial says its volumes are approaching normal

Adaptive Phage Therapeutics Enters Agreement with Mayo Clinic to Commercialize a Phage Susceptibility Test

Excelera® and Aptitude Health Partner to Improve Oncology Patient Outcomes Through Combined Clinical Knowledge and Education

Verata Health Receives AVIA Recognition for Frictionless Prior Authorization® Platform

NeuroOne Medical Technologies Corporation Appoints Dr. Camilo Andres Diaz-Botia, Former Lead of Process Engineering at Neuralink, as Director of Electrode Development

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