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5 good reads: Examining two new health care CEOs

5 good reads: Examining two new health care CEOs

Health care is one of Kansas City’s largest business sectors, and also one of its most dynamic. Interviews with two new CEOs — Dennis Ridenour of BioNexus KC and Stan Holm of Olathe Health System — lead off this week’s list of suggested reads. The stories also […]

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Judge weighs release of more details of Purdue's opioid marketing plan

Judge weighs release of more details of Purdue's opioid marketing plan

A Massachusetts state judge could rule as soon as Monday on whether to make public behind-the-scenes details of Purdue Pharma’s opioid marketing campaign that are currently redacted in a state lawsuit against the company. Those details are part of a 300-page lawsuit that Attorney General Maura Healey […]

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Oak Street Health opens seventh Philadelphia-area primary care center

Oak Street Health opens seventh Philadelphia-area primary care center

Chicago-based Oak Street Health opened its seventh primary care center in the Philadelphia region Saturday on Aramingo Avenue in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia. The center for created 40 new jobs and is expected to provide care to more than 5,000 Medicare patients annually. It joins […]

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New CEO completes round trip through Roche back to Genentech

New CEO completes round trip through Roche back to Genentech

A onetime Genentech Inc. executive who went on to spend four years with Swiss parent organization Roche was named Thursday as CEO of the South San Francisco biotech pioneer. Alexander Hardy will succeed Bill Anderson as the top executive of Roche’s North American biotech operations as of […]

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Supreme Court ruling raises concerns about pharmaceutical, tech patents

Supreme Court ruling raises concerns about pharmaceutical, tech patents

A Supreme Court ruling handed down this week is raising questions for local biotech and technology companies, with some attorneys saying that it could put the validity of five years’ worth of patents in jeopardy and upset collaborations and mergers. Source link

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Froedtert runs counter to hospital admissions slide

Froedtert runs counter to hospital admissions slide

While southeast Wisconsin hospitals overall saw a slight decline in admissions during 2018, Froedtert Health’s three hospitals all ran counter to that with a combined increase of 5.2 percent. Source link

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Now open in University City: Vybe Urgent Care Center

Now open in University City: Vybe Urgent Care Center

Vybe’s newest location is its seventh in Greater Philadelphia – it has four others in the city and two more in the suburbs. Source link

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Novan faces delisting from Nasdaq

Novan faces delisting from Nasdaq

After years and ups and downs while the company has been trying to push out their nitric oxide candidates, Novan now faces a delisting threat due to steadily decreasing stock value. Source link

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This CEO takes the long view of the cannabis business

This CEO takes the long view of the cannabis business

Cannabis legalization is a hot topic nationally, and experts expect recreational use could be legalized in New Mexico in the coming years. Source link

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AllWays Health Partners starts 2019 with reduced headcount, new focus

AllWays Health Partners starts 2019 with reduced headcount, new focus

After a tumultuous 2018 that included a reduction in headcount of 100 employees, health insurer AllWays Health Partners is looking toward stability as a rebranded company. Source link

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