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In The Know: Healthcare News for May 3, 2021

Online pharmacy startup Capsule passes $1B valuation AtriCure’s EPi-Sense System Approved by FDA for Treatment of Long-Standing Persistent Afib Patients Halma Expands Capabilities in Advanced Healthcare Assessment with Acquisition of PeriGen, Inc. Inspire Medical Systems, Inc. Announces Exclusive Distribution Agreement with Japan Lifeline Co., Ltd to Commercialize Inspire Therapy in Japan Mayo Reveals Plans for […]

Medical Alley: Where Tomorrow’s Healthcare is Happening Today – 2020 Annual Report

2020 started like any other year. We were focused on increasing the value of membership, telling the Medical Alley story, and growing the region’s influence and impact. We were looking forward to our sold-out sixth Annual Dinner, presented by Bind Benefits, featuring Michael Phelps and Patrick Kennedy, as well as our full slate of in-person […]

In The Know: Healthcare News for January 18, 2021

HistoSonics Receives Approval to Begin European #HOPE4LIVER Clinical Study Steris to Acquire Cantel Medical in $4.6B Deal Recombinetics Inc. Announces Neurofibromatosis Type 1 Research Collaboration with AstraZeneca OX2’s New Treatment for Central Nervous System Tumors Enters Phase I Clinical Trials Health, Tech Groups Aim to Create Digital Covid ‘Vaccination Passport’ Respicardia Announces Highmark Coverage for the […]

In The Know: Healthcare News for December 7, 2020

Two Minnesota Retail Giants Pay Their Workers When It Counts Most Most Admired CEO: Mishek Led Hazelden Through Downturn, Opioids, COVID Amgen, Takeda and UCB Join Forces in New COVID-19 Drug Repurposing Study Nonin, Capsule, and Digi-Key Named in Inc.’s 2020 Best In Business Report Olive Acquires Verata Health to Accelerate AI Tech For Healthcare […]

Nonin Medical Named to Inc.’s Best in Business List in Health Products

The Award Honored Nonin for Making a Positive Impact on the Healthcare Industry in 2020 MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Nonin Medical, a global leader in noninvasive medical monitoring, has been named to Inc.’s inaugural Best in Business list in the Health Products category. Inc. created the Best in Business Awards to honor companies that have […]

IMPACT: Medical Alley and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Published October 15, 2020 Life, as we have known it, has changed. We celebrate the healthcare and public safety professionals, and the essential workers who continue to go to work every day to help others. We celebrate the acts of kindness and empathy; the countless recoveries and families reunited.  We continue to be in this […]

In the Know: Medical Alley News for July 13, 2020

FDA Clears Medtronic’s And Boston Scientific’s Remote Cardiac Monitors, Approves Abbott’s Bluetooth-Compatible ICDs CVRx raises $50 million as heart device goes to market FDA clears Nonin Medical flagship product Vizient Teams Up with Suppliers to Offer Remote Patient Monitoring Solutions in Wake of COVID-19 FDA clears new Baxter bone graft substitute UnitedHealthcare Donates $12.3M to […]

Resiliency and Relationships: How to Navigate the Disrupted Supply Chain

The global nature of modern supply chains often means that success comes from improved relations with governmental entities, streamlined movement of goods around the world, and optimized processes. However, as discussed in our recent webinar, “Supply Chain Operations in the Age of COVID-19: What We Know & Where We Go” sponsored by King Solutions, an […]

MN Company’s Medical Devices in Demand for Coronavirus Tests, But Supply Chain a Problem – April 15, 2020

Via Twin Cities Pioneer Press Dave Hemink prides himself on running a Minnesota-made company that designs, develops and manufactures the little devices that doctors put on your finger to measure your blood oxygen. And business has never been better. “We expanded into a different building on our campus, broadened our manufacturing area,” said Hemink, whose […]

Pulse oximeters are a COVID-19 must have: ‘We can’t keep up,’ Plymouth manufacturer says

Via Star Tribune “Pulse oximetry can also deliver important COVID-19 clues for people at home, though there are asterisks.” “A typical person’s oxygen-saturation percentage level hovers between the mid-90s and 100. But readings taken at home showing 85% saturation and dropping can be an early warning sign of COVID-19.” “Dave Hemink, CEO of Nonin Medical, […]

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