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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 for November 27, 2019

Starkey Livio AI: The 100 Best Inventions of 2019 In Silicon Valley, startup cofounder battles VC over the future of health insurance Cancer-killing virus designer Vyriad raises $24.4 million 3M, Medtronic lead Minnesota companies on Management Top 250 list Mayo Clinic expands out of U.S. with Abu Dhabi hospital ExceleraRx, a network for expensive specialty […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for Nov. 18, 2019

New Abbott Labs CEO has deep background in medical devices Possible Faegre Baker Daniels merger would form one of nation’s top 50 law firms Workforce, job creation and startups among Greater MSP’s top priorities Optum CEO named UnitedHealth Group president Excelera Joins Medical Alley Association to Influence Positive Change for Complex Patient Care Made in […]

Excelera Joins Medical Alley Association to Influence Positive Change for Complex Patient Care

Partnership brings specialty pharmacy expertise to the Medical Alley ecosystem to increase cross-industry collaboration MINNEAPOLIS, MN, Nov. 12, 2019 – Excelera®, the company behind the Excelera Network, a nationwide network of leading health systems and academic medical centers with specialty pharmacies, today announced it has joined the Medical Alley Association (MAA). Located in Minnesota, Medical […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for November 11, 2019

Stryker announces definitive agreement to acquire Wright Medical for $5.4 Billion Regeneron and Vyriad Announce Strategic Agreement for Discovery and Development of New Oncolytic Virus Treatments for Cancer Maple Grove-based Pursuit Vascular sold for $75 million to California firm Digi International spends $140 million to buy New Jersey IT company In $660 Million Deal, Takeda […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for Nov. 4, 2019

Bio-Techne will open $40M+ facility in St. Paul IBM, Mayo Clinic, Geisinger among 25 finalists for $1.6M CMS artificial intelligence challenge Medtronic wins FDA breakthrough nod for fully implantable LVAD Minnesota Startups Raised $70.8M in Q3 Boston Sci Gives Update on the Measured Launch of Lotus Edge Meet The Most Disruptive MBA Startups Of 2019 […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for October 28, 2019

FDA grants $3m to MDIC for quality improvement, cybersecurity programs State devotes $2.5 million to help startups A Move to Managed Care Will Strengthen UnitedHealth Stock 5 MN companies in top 250 of Forbes ‘World’s Best Employers’ University of Minnesota opens first-ever US clinical trial of engineered iPSC-derived cell therapy for blood cancer Medtronic Unveils […]

University of Minnesota and Mayo Clinic Call for Life Sciences Startups to Compete in Fall 2019 Walleye Tank

Oct. 23, 2019—The University of Minnesota and Mayo Clinic announced today a call for applications to the fall 2019 Walleye Tank, to be held Dec. 6 at Mayo Clinic in Rochester. The twice yearly competition invigorates Minnesota’s entrepreneurial ecosystem around the life sciences by inviting entrepreneurs from across the state to pitch their startup companies […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for Oct. 21, 2019

These are some of the best companies we saw at TCSW How Medtronic could help change healthcare for the better Nothing Basic About Abbott’s Diabetes Deal with Tandem What executives at UHG and Mayo want you to know before you pitch NIH-funded research consortium to target frontotemporal lobar degeneration Medtronic to Buy Israeli Catheter Developer […]

Move to Value-Based Care Accelerates in Medical Alley Thanks to Proposed Changes to Federal Rules

Standing in Mayo Clinic’s downtown Minneapolis facility, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Seema Verma, Deputy Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services Eric D. Hargan, and Director of White House Domestic Policy Council Joe Grogan announced proposed rule changes to the Medicare physician self-referral law (commonly known as Stark Law) and the federal […]

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