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Medical Alley Leads the Nation in Transformation of Payment Models

Bright Health, Bind Benefits account for half of venture capital invested nationally. 2020 was a record year for investment in Medical Alley startups. The region raised $1.4 billion, exceeding $1 billion by Q3, on the heels of breaking $1 billion in 2019. Health plan startups Bright Health and Bind Benefits, along with digital device company […]

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 November 9, 2020

Allina Health Runs Only Clinical Trial Site in MN for Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 Vaccine Study Bloomington med-tech firm raises $70 million for back pain therapy Boston Scientific Receives FDA Approval for the Ranger™ Drug-Coated Balloon CVRx secures reimbursement win from CMS Starkey and OrCam Partner to Provide Groundbreaking Assistive Technology to Hearing and Visually Impaired […]

In The Know: Healthcare News for October 26, 2020

Bind lands $105M funding round to fuel expansion into fully insured health plan market Allina Health and Coloplast Leaders Join Medical Alley Association Board of Directors Collagen Solutions Plc Acquired by Rosen’s Diversified, Inc. Mayo Clinic’s Sprint To Develop A COVID Vaccine The Check Up: Dr. Penny Wheeler and Tom Lindquist of Allina Health and […]

In The Know: Healthcare News for October 12, 2020

Cleveland Clinic Unveils Top 10 Medical Innovations For 2021 3M survey: Trust in science rises during pandemic Recombinetics Inc. Merges with Makana Therapeutics to Accelerate Xenotransplantation gBETA Medtech Announces Fall 2020 Companies HabitAware receives $1M grant from the National Science Foundation How Medtronic’s new diversity leader wants to make the company even better Meet the […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for September 28, 2020

Bright Health Inc. Announces $500 Million Series E Funding Including Significant Investments by Tiger Global Management, T. Rowe Price Associates, Blackstone, NEA and Bessemer Venture Partners Bind Launches Into the Fully-insured Market Spineology Gets FDA De Novo Grant of Minimally Invasive OptiMesh Expandable Interbody Fusion System Medtronic gains breakthrough nod for VAD driveline Fast Company […]

In The Know: Healthcare News for March 2, 2020

PhysIQ and U.S. Veteran’s Affairs Publish Breakthrough Study Takeda Takes Aim at Becoming World Leader in Treating Celiac and Other GI Disorders Abilitech aims to arm people with independence Medtronic names its first chief inclusion and diversity officer Cleveland Clinic spinout Cardionomic raises $16 million Abbott touts real-world data around FreeStyle Libre system gBETA Medtech […]

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 October 14, 2019

Phase 2 Results: Microbiota-Based RBX2660 Safe, Efficacious for Preventing C diff Recurrence Medtronic Bids for FDA Approval of OAB/FI Neuromodulation Device – MassDevice Recombinetics Announces Collaboration with Mayo Clinic to Develop the First-Ever Swine Models of Osteogenesis Imperfecta This Is the Strongest Pipeline in Medtronic’s History Funding Roundup: 4C Medical Spineology Seek Millions West Monroe […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: Tammy Lee Takes Women in Health Leadership Attendees to Wonderland

There seems to be a view in popular culture that life and personal development are linear. You go to high school, onto college, maybe grad school but maybe not, find a job, turn it into a career, rise through the ranks in the same field your degree is in until you retire to travel/write the […]

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