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 […]

At The Table: March 26, 2019 – Budget Revisions, AITC Hearing & a Sit Down with Congressman Dean Phillips

Governor Walz Revises Budget Proposal This past Thursday, Governor Walz released a series of revisions to his budget proposal in response to the February economic forecast that showed slowing tax revenue to the state. The Governor’s revised budget proposal combines reduced spending in some areas, higher spending in others, increased tax revenues, and shifting spending […]

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 […]

May 1, 2018: Capitol News

Senators Amy Klobuchar & Tina Smith Hold Roundtable on Net Neutrality This past Friday, Senators Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith hosted a roundtable at TreeHouse Health with Senator Ed Markey (Massachusetts) about Net Neutrality. Nearly a dozen stakeholders – including Medical Alley Association members John Brownlee from vidscrip and Uziel Marte from Zipnosis – discussed […]

April 17, 2018: Capitol News

Roundtable with Congressman Erik Paulsen Last Monday, Medical Alley Association hosted Congressman Paulsen for a roundtable meeting with several Medical Alley Association members.. Discussion centered on the great, innovative work being done by Medical Alley companies in a number of areas – including products that could help combat the opioid epidemic and saving consumers time […]

April 12, 2018: In the Know

SecurAcath Selected for Fast-Track NHS Use Through New Innovation and Technology Payment Program Ferring acquires innovative biotechnology company and microbiome pioneer Rebiotix Inc. University of Minnesota wins $42 million in federal funds for biomedical research Medtech start-up Global Kinetics scores first BTF investment, kicks off new trial CHF Coloplast Expands its Product Portfolio With New […]

August 31, 2017: In the Know

Smiths Medical Receives FDA 510(k) Clearance on Wireless Ambulatory Infusion Pump Abeona Therapeutics Receives FDA Breakthrough Therapy Designation for EB-101 Autologous Cell Therapy in Epidermolysis Bullosa Resonetics acquires Aduro Laser Abbott Gets Approval to Sell New Pump to Treat Heart Failure NxThera Announces Positive Results of Post-Market Study of Its Minimally Invasive Rezūm® System Startup […]

vidscrip Expands Partnership to Advance Asthma and Allergy Patient Education

Minneapolis, MN (August 22, 2017) – vidscrip announced today the expansion of their relationship with Thermo Fisher Scientific, bringing advanced asthma and allergy patient education to health systems nationwide. This partnership is the latest example of diagnostic and pharmaceutical companies working with digital health companies like vidscrip to bring innovative solutions to their customers as […]

March 2, 2017: In the Know

Minnesota Ranked 3rd-Best State in the Nation in New Study from U.S. News and World Report Lt. Governor Tina Smith and DEED Launch #InnovateMN Campaign Cirtec Medical Expanding Headquarters in Brooklyn Park Mayo Clinic to Invest $996 Million in Digital Health Technology Over the Next Three to Five Years The Story of Minnesota: Medical Alley […]

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