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

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

European Life Sciences Companies Turn to Crowdfunding

According to a new report, European life science companies are finding crowdfunding to be a good means of raising quick cash, if not a replacement for angels or VCs. ‘Analysis… Read More

“Considerations for Emerging Biopharmaceutical Companies”

Zintro Webinar Presented by Camille DeSantis & Maria Casini, Co-Founders and Managing Partners – Guard Dog Brand Development, LLC Presenter’s Note: “With increased competition in product development, particularly in oncology,… 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

FDA Approves First 3D Printed Drug

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first 3D-printed drug this month, Spritam, designed to treat seizures brought on by epilepsy in children and adults. It was developed… Read More

Massachusetts’ Role in the Biotech Market

A Massachusetts state agency approved $2.2 million in grants this month to fund startups that reach early-stage milestones. The move stems from an identified gap in the Bay State’s booming… Read More

Senator Ed Markey Introduces Legislation to Repeal Medical Device Tax

According to the Boston Globe, “Senator Edward J. Markey, Democrat of Massachusetts, introduced legislation Tuesday to repeal the 2.3 percent excise tax on medical devices, a two-year-old levy that has… Read More

50 Innovative Life Sciences Companies to Watch in the Northeast

Life sciences companies include companies in the fields of biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, biomedical technologies, life systems technologies, cosmeceuticals, medical devices, and others that dedicate their efforts to research, development, and commercialization… Read More

20 Tax Experts Reveal the Most Important Tax and Accounting Considerations for Freelance Consultants

The first few months of the year are usually met with great enthusiasm and optimism for all types of business professionals alike, refreshed from the holidays and ready to meet… 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

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

Success Story: Dr. Peter Valenzuela

Zintro expert Dr. Peter Valenzuela is a nationally-recognized physician executive, and currently working as the Chief Medical Officer of Sutter Medical Group of the Redwoods. He is responsible for the… Read More

Researchers Discover Way to Lower Cholesterol with Single Injection

Scientists have developed a way to lower cholesterol with just one injection. By altering the way a liver gene works, it would eliminate the need for a daily pill to… Read More

Featured Provider: Krishnamurthy-KN on the Used Medical Devices Market

If you’re in need of something as specific as a qualified opinion on the market for used medical equipment in India, where do you look?! Fortunately, both expert user Krishnamurthy-KN… Read More

Looking for Ways to Decrease Senior Readmissions Under ACA

Leading researchers at the University of Southern California, Stanford University, The Harris School at The University of Chicago and Precision Health Economics, recently studied the relationship between the use of… Read More