Inquiry Roundup- Medical Research

Healthcare Research – Desk Research Healthcare Research: We are looking for a desk research/secondary research /medical research who can pull out the number of procedures/surgeries performed and how many hospitals… Read More

Inquiry roundup- Medical Imaging

Medical Imaging Integration And Automation I am researching medical imaging integration and automation. Basically, I want to understand the distribution and sharing process of patients imaging records for diagnosis and… Read More

Cardiac Issues Associated with High-Dose Drug Trial

Last week, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. and Active Biotech AB announced they were ending the higher-dose portions of two multiple-sclerosis medication studies. The decision came after eight patients suffered nonfatal… Read More

Inquiry Roundup- Medical Devices

Medical Image Processing I am working on a project that aims to measure optical density ratio’s in images obtained from a very popular eye device names Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT),… Read More

Teva Halts Studies for Multiple Sclerosis Drug

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. and Active Biotech AB recently announced changes to two current drug studies after eight patients suffered “nonfatal cardiovascular events” during ¬†phases 2 and 3 of a… Read More

Inquiry roundup- Medical Devices.

Medical Device Marketing I am looking for a Marketing expert on Medical Device Business. View Inquiry Ultrasound Imaging I am seeking experts with experience and market knowledge regarding ultrasound-guided needle… Read More

Google Life Sciences Targeting Diabetes–Part II

Last month, Zintro experts responded to the September announcement by Google Life Sciences that it’s researching new therapies to improve diabetes care in collaboration with French multinational pharmaceutical company Sanofi…. Read More

What Does Zarxio Launch Mean for the Future of Biosimilar Drugs?

Last month, Novartis kicked off a new era in U.S. medicine, launching Zarxio, a biosimilar copy of Neupogen–Amgen’s white blood cell-boosting drug. Zarxio is the first biosimilar copy of a… Read More

First Up for Google Life Sciences–Tackling Diabetes

Last month, Google announced that it was creating a new holding company called Alphabet and spinning off all non-core activities from the Google brand–including life sciences work inside Google X…. Read More

Inquiry Roundup- Medical Reimbursement

Us Medical Insurance We are an authorized Zintro partner interested in connecting with executive payors with the following top US Medical Insurance Companies: United Health Group Humana Aetna Cigna Blue… Read More

Inquiry Roundup-Medical Reimbursement

Medicaid Reimbursement I am looking to understand reimbursements for Medicaid in California. I am looking at opening a facility that accepts Medicaid but j hear horror stories of how long… Read More

Follow Up: Medical Imaging May Diagnose Heart Disease

Last month Zintro experts discussed how researchers have come close to commercializing a new type of medical imaging technology with the potential of diagnosing heart disease. The system was introduced… Read More

Success Story: Terry Cater, R.Ph., M.B.A.

Terry Cater, R.Ph., M.B.A, is a pharmacy industry and healthcare consultant based in the San Francisco area. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from the University… Read More

New Heart Monitor the Size of a Paperclip

There is currently a drive within the medical devices industry to develop consumer-friendly heart devices for the aging population. These image-conscious boomers are not interested in wearing electric wires and… Read More

Microsoft Kinect: Potential Uses in the Medical Device Industry

The second version of Microsoft Kinect is on the market, and with it comes the potential for use in the mainstream medical device industry. The Kinect is a motion capturing… Read More

Could Medicare Save $3 Billion Per Year?

According to a study in the journal Health Affairs, the U.S. could save approximately $3 billion per year if Medicare patients were prescribed Avastin instead of Lucentis to treat two… Read More