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In The Know: Healthcare News for September 21, 2020

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Expands Access Statewide To Supportive Care Services From Livio Health Mayo scientists develop mathematical index to distinguish healthy microbiome from diseased Using Predictive Analytics to Target SDoH Interventions During COVID-19 FedEx SenseAware ID device expected to see use for COVID-19 vaccine shipments University of Minnesota R&D expenditures break […]

In The Know: Healthcare News for Sept. 14, 2020

Medtronic TTVR system wins breakthrough device designation Minnetronix Medical Gets FDA Clearance on Innovative Neurosurgical Access Platform FDA clears DiaSorin test that differentiates between COVID, flu Boston Scientific launches Vercise Genus DBS system in Europe Abilitech named Minne Inno’s ‘Women-led Startup of the Year’ Regulatory and Quality Solutions LLC (R&Q) Acquires Maetrics to Form the […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for September 8, 2020

CMS agrees to cover ‘breakthrough’ medical devices New Technologies Are Ushering in the Biggest Revolution in Senior Care in Over a Century University of Minnesota’s microbiology research facility key to national ‘moonshot’ effort to fight COVID FDA approves Medtronic MiniMed 770G insulin pump for young children Baxter’s dialysis filter wins De Novo nod Like Nothing […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for August 31, 2020

Abbott’s Fast, $5, 15-Minute, Easy-to-Use COVID-19 Antigen Test Receives FDA Emergency Use Authorization; Mobile App Displays Test Results to Help Our Return to Daily Life; Ramping Production to 50 Million Tests a Month Allina Health and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Commit to Landmark Value-Based Contract in Minnesota Cancer Genetics and StemoniX Sign […]

In The Know: Healthcare News for August 24, 2020

Cancer Genetics and StemoniX Sign Definitive Agreement to Merge University of Minnesota heads federal COVID-19 antibody trial Pelvital Announces FDA Clearance of Flyte™, In-Home Pelvic Floor Muscle Treatment for Stress Urinary Incontinence Expanding the Number of Lungs for Transplant as COVID-19 Increases Demand: One-Minute Interview with Mayo Clinic’s Dr. Jorge M. Mallea Forward Industries Acquires […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for August 17, 2020

6 Ways to Build the Healthcare System of the Future Medtronic to Acquire Smart Insulin Pen Company Companion Medical DiaMedica Announces Closing of $23 Million Public Offering of Common Shares Baker Tilly and Squar Milner are joining forces Osprey Medical receives CE Marking approval for DyeVert Power XT As others shed tech workers, Bind Benefits […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for August 10, 2020

Mayo’s plasma program shows first signs of COVID-19 benefit University of Minnesota turns natural killer cells against COVID-19 FDA approves new Medtronic neurostim leads Best Buy’s health chief to step down, will remain an advisor as company pursues long-term ambitions Rival drugmakers launch joint trial of medicines for COVID-19  Cantel Medical names new president Walking […]

The Medical Alley Association Thanks U.S. Representative Phillips for Introducing the IGNITE American Innovation Act

Letter from Medical Alley Association Regarding Finalizing Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute Reforms

In the Know: Healthcare News for August 3, 2020

Non-COVID vaccines offer some COVID protection, Mayo Clinic reports Blue Cross of Minnesota CEO Craig Samitt, M.D., on Achieving Healthcare Transformation Through a Social Justice Lens Mayo Clinic CEO: The Pandemic Has Unleashed an Uninvited, but Necessary Chance for Health Care to Change 3M advances social justice initiatives with new leadership appointment U Of M […]

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