Drugmakers and Insurers Attempt to Collaborate on Medication Prices

An increasing number of drugmakers, including Biogen Inc., Amgen Inc., and Sanofi are taking a proactive marketing approach–talking with insurers about costly medications still under development. With the price of these… Read More

Could Pharmaceutical Companies Have Changed the Severity of the Ebola Outbreak?

A Yale paper published Feb.11 in the Journal of Global Health argues that implementation of a new agency to fund pharmaceutical companies could have decreased the severity of the recent… Read More

Inquiry Roundup- Pharma Industry

Pharmaceutical Sales And Marketing We are currently conducting a study to understand the Pharmaceutical Sales and Marketing Data Providers Market. Some of the key focus areas of our study are:… Read More

Medical Device Group Shares Common Goal

In 2001, a group of Greater Reading companies began sharing resources and expertise in the medical device industry and other related industries. Formed by the startup incubator hub of Ben… Read More

How Competition is Affecting Big Pharma

Although pharmaceutical companies have seen an improvement in drug pipelines, they are facing a new challenge. Namely, the first generation of blockbuster biological drugs manufactured by giants Bristol-Myers Squib, Eli… Read More

Success Story: Scott DelTito

Scott DelTito has 17 years of experience working in project management and technical services for leading pharmaceutical companies. His areas of expertise include product development, technology transfer and validation (equipment… Read More

Study Questions FDA Decisions for Medical Devices

Last month Zintro experts discussed a drive within the medical devices industry to develop consumer-friendly heart devices for the aging population. One example is the Reveal Linq, a $5,000 device… 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

Why Are Eligible Patients Not Receiving Lifesaving Devices?

Researchers have found that the cardiac arrest deaths of some patients may have been prevented. The Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute study is in the October 15, 2013 edition of Circulation, the… Read More

Robotic Surgeries Might Lead To Easier Recovery

Robotically assisted hysterectomy surgery has become a more common operation in the past few years and many surgeons agree that the method will allow them to have finer control and… Read More

Top recent breakthroughs in the medical device industry

Zintro experts outline some of the top recent breakthroughs in the medical device industry. Mark Bonifacio, a medical device manufacturing expert, says that some of the hot spots in research… Read More

The Pathophysiology and Treatment of Physician Burnout

In my work with over stressed physicians I have noticed a consistent misunderstanding of the pathophysiology of burnout – the hidden methods burnout uses to sap your energy and steal… Read More

Nanotechnology is climbing in favor, but will environmental concerns weigh it down?

by Maureen Aylward The field of nanotechnology has made tremendous progress in medicine, electronics, and materials. As nanotechnology products begin to enter commercial markets, we wanted to know what experts… Read More

FDA tightens some of its rules. Is greater scrutiny ahead?

Last week, the FDA tightened its rules for prescription cough, cold, or allergy-related medicines. We asked if other medications are at risk for the same scrutiny and if the FDA… Read More