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Patents The stakes in patent disputes are profound. Often, such lawsuits involve core proprietary inventions and technologies on which a business is built. Manatt’s patent litigators bring the firepower and trial experience needed to win. We assist clients through every step of the patent process, from preparation and prosecution of patent applications and post-grant proceedings—including …

Philadelphia Area Unions for Medicare for All picket Congresswoman Madeleine Dean for opposing Medicare for All. Tweet this As the pandemic crisis continued the group followed up with Congresswoman Dean’s office six months later, in March of this year, to again push for a meeting on the health care question. She again failed to respond. …

Healthcare investments continued to grow at a record-breaking pace, according to a new report by CBInsights. In the first quarter of 2021, healthcare companies around the world raised a total of $31.6 billion, up from the previous quarter’s height of $25.5 billion. The number of deals also increased from 1,429 to 1,551. Healthcare companies continued …

HYANNIS – Cape Cod Healthcare has introduced new technology for their blood donation programs. Instead of receiving a finger prick to check hemoglobin levels, donors will be tested by the new OrSense device. The ring-shaped tool is non-invasive and will be able to detect if donors can safely donate blood. Officials with Cape Cod Healthcare …

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — On Wednesday, HCA HealthCare TriStar Health revealed new lifesaving technology that is reaching an all-time high. “TriStar SkyLife is a specialized helicopter that really integrates with TriStar facilities,” said Dr. Marshall Hall, TriStar Skylife Medical Director. The new SkyLife helicopter is being used to help critical patients across the state. One …

Hannah Mitchell – Monday, April 12th, 2021 Print  | Email Intermountain Healthcare is teaming up with the University of Utah’s medical school to develop a new program that addresses population health and encourages physicians to stay in the region. In an April 8 news release, Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Healthcare said it’s investing $50 million over …

The pandemic has ensured that a new industry has rapidly come into existence which will eventually gross up to several trillion dollars of value. This is digitally enabled medicine.  In the past. whenever the ‘digitization’ index for industries got put up for scrutiny – health care was usually ranked as conservative, high touch and low …

Dive Brief: More than 60% of frontline healthcare workers say the pandemic has negatively impacted their mental health, according to a national survey published Tuesday from the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Washington Post. About 13% of those surveyed reported accessing mental health services or medications while 18% said they needed such services but didn’t get …

United States: New Stark Law And Anti-Kickback Statute Protections For Cybersecurity Technology To print this article, all you need is to be registered or login on Mondaq.com. This Commentary is part of a series of nine Commentaries on the newly finalized Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute exceptions and safe …

Here are some significant developments: Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) asked the White House on Tuesday to consider rushing doses to hard-hit parts of the country, including her state, rather than allocating vaccines based on population. She was rebuffed. World Health Organization Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus questioned whether China had been transparent enough about …