Resources

Sustainable Healthcare: Green Surgery Challenge

The Green Surgery Challenge 2021 is an opportunity for the UK’s surgical community to recognise the value of sustainable healthcare for surgical conditions: to share and promote ways of practicing that are less harmful to the environment and our planet and build...

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AHRMM

Advancing Healthcare through Supply Chain Excellence (AHRMM) Reprocessing Single Use Devices RFP: https://www.ahrmm.org/resource-repository-ahrmm/reprocessing-single-use-devices-020514-1 ​ How to Maximize the Value of Your SUD Reprocessing Program:...

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The Unsung Heroes Of Entrepreneurial Companies

The role of the core in making an organization great and how we do right by them. Small organizations are amazing for the impact they can have relative to their size. By Ankit Mahadevia, CEO of Spero Therapeutics, as part of the From The Trenches feature of LifeSciVC...

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Five Macro Risks To Biotech Coming Out of Washington

Despite saving the world from COVID, pharma and biotech are still in the crosshairs of many politicians. With many anti-Pharma politicians and regulators emboldened in the current environment, and with more aggressive tax and spending policy in the works, there a...

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Biotech Funding Tops The Charts Again

Another quarter, another set of all-time highs for biotech funding – and this surfeit of capital continues raises possible concerns about its disciplined deployment. Read more. The post Biotech Funding Tops The Charts Again appeared first on Atlas Venture.

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Reimagining The Workplace Post Pandemic

Returning to work following the pandemic presents an opportunity to think creatively about how to re-configure the workplace.  CEO’s that I have spoken with are gravitating towards a hybrid model that requires employees to be on site for specific days but not the...

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Ode to Scientists

In the fall of 2019, I wrote a blog called Ode to Patients.  As stresses from many directions have mounted over the past 12 months, it seems that paying heed to another group now makes sense: scientists. By Samantha Truex, CEO of Quench Bio, as part of the From The...

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Strategy Sync vs. Time Sink with Your Board

If we could quantify the time and money impact of the resources invested in quarterly Board meeting preparation, I wonder if we would “invest” so much in the process? If we knew the dollar impact and opportunity cost of CEOs’ overpreparation for Board members’...

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Selective Allosteric TYK2 Inhibitors

Family Oddball, and a New Class of Safe Oral Autoimmune & Inflammatory Disease Treatment with Blockbuster Potential On day one of the JPM 2021 conference, CEO Giovanni Caforio of Bristol Myers Squibb – inheritor of Celgene’s former first presenting slot – took the...

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Roche launches new SARS-CoV-2 test to detect virus mutations

Roche has launched new SARS-CoV-2 research use only laboratory test to help monitor emerging mutations of coronavirus. The new cobas SARS-CoV-2 Variant Set 1 test can detect and differentiate the mutations found in SARS-CoV-2 variants including B.1.1.7, B.1.351 and...

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FDA warns of component breakage issue in STAR Ankle devices

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is advising patients, caregivers and healthcare providers about the higher-than-expected risk of polyethylene component breakage in all Scandinavian Total Ankle Replacement (STAR Ankle) devices. STAR Ankle was originally...

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Personal Reflection: Empathy In The Workplace

Just before I chaired a Board meeting last year, I spent a frustratingly painful hour going through many of the uncomfortable details of my divorce process and a set of emotional custody issues with my lawyers. Immediately after hanging up, with only minutes of...

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