The company’s 13,000 employees deliver care such as, home-based recovery and rehabilitation after an injury or surgery, care for patients help manage a chronic disease, palliative care for patients with a terminal illness, or hospice care at the end of life.
Despite the potential losses from the British departure, leaders in the UK healthcare and technology industries have made it clear that innovation in the field of medicine and healthcare must continue.
Biotechnology company PharmaMar develops innovative marine organism-derived anticancer drugs.
This entry was posted in Medical News & Innovators on Jul 26, 2016 3:33 PM
The Cambridge-based startup is aimed at furthering technologies in "immuno-oncology" – drugs that tackle the immune system to better attack cancer cells.
This entry was posted in Medical News & Innovators on Jul 26, 2016 1:09 PM
CMS collected readmission rate data on heart attack patients over a two-year period. Compared to the readmission rate national average of 17 percent, Genesis Medical Center is excelling greatly in patient treatment and rehabilitation.
This entry was posted in Medical News & Innovators on Jul 20, 2016 12:14 PM
Medtronic has been investing in companies that manufacture less-invasive surgical devices. This signals the company's intention to adapt its business to healthcare trends of implantable devices and wearables.
Colorado Medical Waste’s technique proves to be a game-changer for the challenge of medical waste disposal that the health industry has been dealing with for decades.
This entry was posted in Medical News & Innovators on Jun 22, 2016 10:40 AM
Michael M. Merzenich, PhD was recognized among others for pioneering work on the brain’s “plasticity” – its remarkable ability to rewire itself in response to new conditions, a capacity that underlies learning and offers the potential for retraining the brain in neurodevelopmental disorders and diseases