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In the Know: Healthcare News from Medical Alley for December 9, 2019

John Halamka named president of Mayo Clinic Platform NeuroOne Medical Technologies Corporation Receives FDA 510(k) Clearance for Evo(TM) Cortical Electrode Abilitech Medical raises $7.4 million Dr. Craig Samitt Headlines Medical Alley Representation on TCB 100 List Boston Scientific sells Zytiga royalties for $256m Case report: Stem cells a step toward improving motor, sensory function after […]

In the Know: Healthcare News from Medical Alley for Aug. 5, 2019

Mayo Clinic ranked No. 1 hospital nationwide by U.S. News & World Report Mayo Clinic, Boston Scientific teaming up on med-tech accelerator Cantel Medical puts up $775m for dental instrument maker Hu-Friedy From one heart to another: Families of donor, recipient meet at last Meda Announces Finalists for 2nd Million Dollar Challenge for Minority Entrepreneurs […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for July 15, 2019

Boston Scientific plans for 75 new products by 2022 Top US hospital opens London clinic offering £5k ‘health MoTs’ Reprise Biomedical Raises $12.5 Million and Completes Spin-Off From Miromatrix Medical UnitedHealth Group Invests In Job Of The Future: ‘Data Scientists’ 6 MAA Members Make Forbes’ List of Best Employers for Women Joan Gabel takes helm […]

In The Know: News from Medical Alley for June 24, 2019

UnitedHealth to buy health-payment business Equian for $3.2B, WSJ says Dutch health care giant to move into One Discovery Square Murata Vios, Inc. Announces FDA Clearance for Second Generation Wireless Monitoring Platform Zoll acquires TherOx Colorado’s Ski Towns Could Fix the High Cost of American Health Care FTC puts limit on $4.3 billion clinic deal […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for June 3, 2019

California teen traveling to U of M to study her own rare skin disorder Telerehabilitation improves quality of life for patients with late-stage cancers, reduces costs Using the heart’s natural pacemaker wires Study: Many Americans Say They Are More Likely to Participate in a Fitness Routine if Given Opportunity to Socialize, Earn Financial Incentives Abbott, […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for May 20, 2019

Abbott Partners With NIH On BRAIN Initiative to Advance Research for Neurological Disorders Generic drugmaker Upsher-Smith plans Maple Grove expansion CVRx data show its device can benefit heart-failure patients 76% of Patients Positively Impacted Within 12 weeks in new MIRODERM Clinical Study Bright Health to expand into 5 new states next year VentureMed Group Grows […]

In the Know — April 22, 2019

Startup SilkTech Biopharmaceuticals raises $6M to turn silkworm cocoons into eyedrops Magic Mouthwash effective treatment for mouth sore pain caused by radiation therapy BI and Lilly’s diabetes drug Jardiance reverses heart failure in animal models How a New Device is Improving the Lives of People With Spinal-cord Injuries The Future of Wearable Tech Is Called […]

For The Record with Katrina Anderson, CEO & Co-Founder, ClinicianNexus

Will the future of healthcare be most significantly defined by reigning in costs or accelerating outcomes? Lower costs and better outcomes are byproducts, not goals in and of themselves. I believe the future of health care will be defined by identifying the root causes of high costs and poor outcomes. In the startup community, it […]

Global Tech Giant looks to Medical Alley for The Future of Healthcare

Global technology giant Cisco Systems visited Medical Alley with a dozen key Australian customers to better ascertain the future direction of healthcare. In what has become an annual tour of the U.S., Cisco’s Australian division visits technology and health innovation sites around the U.S. including Minneapolis, San Francisco, and Boston. The group sought perspectives on […]

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