How Merck’s Jain is Helping Pharma Catch up to the Digital Health Movement
Diagnostics
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How Merck’s Jain is Helping Pharma Catch up to the Digital Health Movement

Deanna Pogorelc - September 18, 2014

Follow Dr. Jain on Twitter Follow Dr. Jain on TwitterBig Pharma has a reputation of being late to the digital health game. Slowly but surely, that’s changing.Pfizer…

Don’t Forget Importance of Trust, Listening in Healthcare Delivery
Business
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Don’t Forget Importance of Trust, Listening in Healthcare Delivery

Deanna Pogorelc - September 15, 2014

Follow Dr. Wen on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. Follow Dr. Wen on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn.First published at MedCityNews.com. Dr. Leana Wen knows the healthcare system not…

One Health Insurer’s Strategy for Patient Engagement
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One Health Insurer’s Strategy for Patient Engagement

Deanna Pogorelc - September 10, 2014

First published on MedCityNews.com. The point of care is just one place where innovation is happening in healthcare. Behind the scenes, new technologies are being used to…

How Far Will Obama Administration Bend for Medicaid Expansion in Republican States?
Health Reform
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Health Reform
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How Far Will Obama Administration Bend for Medicaid Expansion in Republican States?

Deanna Pogorelc - September 8, 2014

First published on MedCityNews.com. First published on MedCityNews.com. When Pennsylvania got the Obama administration’s signoff on its Medicaid expansion plans last week, it became the ninth state…

Alleged Photo Leaks Prompt Question: Can Apple Keep Healthcare Data Secure?
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Alleged Photo Leaks Prompt Question: Can Apple Keep Healthcare Data Secure?

Deanna Pogorelc - September 4, 2014

First published on MedCityNews.com. First published on MedCityNews.com. If the alleged leak of risque celebrity photos from iCloud was going to happen, it couldn’t have happened at…

Why Telemedicine’s Slow Climb to Adoption Isn’t Quite Over Yet
eHealth
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eHealth
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Why Telemedicine’s Slow Climb to Adoption Isn’t Quite Over Yet

Deanna Pogorelc - July 21, 2014

First published on MedCityNews.com.Is a strategy that’s been in practice for at least two decades really innovative? First published on MedCityNews.com.Is a strategy that’s been in practice…

Mosquito-Dissecting Robot May Bring Malaria Vaccine Closer to Reality
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Mosquito-Dissecting Robot May Bring Malaria Vaccine Closer to Reality

Deanna Pogorelc - May 29, 2014

First published on MedCityNews.com. Biotech company Sanaria has spent the last decade working on a malaria vaccine that in early tests has shown tremendous potential to protect…

Janssen Labs Expands Its Incubator Model to New San Francisco Digs
Business
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Business
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Janssen Labs Expands Its Incubator Model to New San Francisco Digs

Deanna Pogorelc - May 27, 2014

First published on MedCityNews.com. A new 30,000-square-foot incubator opening later this year in South San Francisco aims to make starting a life science company as quick and capital-efficient…

SolveBio Scores $2M to Clean Up and Index Genomic Data for Developers
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Business
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SolveBio Scores $2M to Clean Up and Index Genomic Data for Developers

Deanna Pogorelc - May 19, 2014

First published on MedCityNews.com. Now that the $1,000 genome has arrived, the healthcare industry has wasted no time putting the mass amount of genomic data being generated…

Pfizer Joins Microbiome Movement with Second Genome
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Pfizer Joins Microbiome Movement with Second Genome

Deanna Pogorelc - May 9, 2014

First published on MedCityNews.com. Scientific understanding of the microbiome – the ecosystem of bacteria in the gut – has matured to the point where the pharmaceutical industry recognizes…