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 — Healthcare News for May 3, 2019

3M buying Acelity in deal worth $6.7B Medtronic wins FDA approval for CareLink SmartSync CRM device manager Biotech firm Miromatrix Receives KidneyX Redesign Dialysis Phase I award NIH taps StemoniX’s organ-on-a-chip for opioid, addiction research Report: Takeda adopts value-based pricing for Crohn’s stem cell therapy in Europe Med-tech firm NeoChord adds $7M to earlier $25M […]

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 John Rondoni, VP, Product Development, Operations and Quality, Inspire Medical Systems

Mr. Rondoni has over 15 years of experience in the development of implantable medical devices. Prior to joining Inspire Medical Systems he worked on central and peripheral neuromodulation therapies at Medtronic, holding technical, project, and therapy leadership positions. At Medtronic, he was the systems engineer responsible for the development and commercial launch of the InterStim […]

In the Know: April 15, 2019

Elucent Medical Receives FDA Clearance for Innovation for Breast Tumor Removal Procedures Medtronic, BCBS Minnesota ink value-based diabetes deal Zipnosis Launches Customizable Offering Aimed at Accelerating Personalized Virtual Care Nuvaira, Evolve Additive Solutions, StemoniX lead Q1 VC deals in Minnesota Minnesota lawmaker proposes Rare Disease Advisory Council New technology to empower Parkinson’s patients University of […]

In The Know: Medical Alley News for February 25, 2019

Medtronic launches ‘brain pacemaker’ implant for reducing epileptic seizures Walz Budget Plan Includes Restoration of Angel Tax Credit Program Abbott Introduces the World’s Most Sensitive Rapid Diagnostic Test, Determine™ HBsAg 2, to Accelerate Hepatitis B Care U of M’s ‘Dexalytics’ system will be used by NFL teams at next week’s scouting combine St. Thomas and […]

In The Know: Healthcare News from Medical Alley for February 8, 2019

Leaders from Mayo Clinic, Phillips, and FedEx Named to The Business Journals’ Influencers: People We’re Watching in 2019 U of M, Hennepin Healthcare study gives hope to those told they would never walk again Teleflex gains FDA approval for Manta vascular closure device to make good on $160M acquisition The top 10 medical device states: […]

In the Know: Healthcare News from Medical Alley, Feb. 1, 2019

Relievant Announces Level l INTRACEPT Study Stopped Early for Superiority Healthcare Update Forum 2019: Minnesota Needs to Lead Industry Change C Diff Foundation Recognizes Rebiotix CEO with 2019 ‘Above and Beyond’ Award Inspire Medical Systems, Inc. Announces FDA Approval of New Sensing Lead Chemicals maker Entegris to buy Versum in $4 billion microchip bet HabitAware […]

Medical Alley Powering the Evolution of Healthcare with More Than $2.8 Billion Invested and $2 Billion in Exits

Medical Alley companies have raised more than $2.8 billion over the past 5 years, furthering the region’s reputation as the global epicenter of health innovation and care. For the second year in a row, Medical Alley’s diverse healthcare ecosystem raised more than $700 million across the sectors of medical device, digital health, biotechnology and new […]

In The Know: Medical Alley News for January 21, 2019

FDA adds back some workers during partial government shutdown University of Minnesota tests ‘smart’ pills to give cancer patients a nudge Denmark picks Minnesota as its ‘bridge’ to U.S. med-tech A Pea-Sized Device Is Approved to Close Holes in Hearts of Tiny Infants Zoll Medical wins $400m DoD patient monitoring supply contract Ecolab Closes on […]

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