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New York City boasts a concentration of nine major academic medical centers and a “bioscience” cluster of 120 companies.
Monitoring through mHealth reduced hospitalization and emergency room visits, thus lowering costs.
Ten years after its founding by four Central New York companies, MedTech has spread its wings throughout New York.
MedTech President shares thoughts, hopes for NYS Bio/Med industry.
FDA can resume using the targeted fees toward advancing its drug and medical device review program.
New timeline spells out what manufacturers can expect in terms of possible communications with FDA.
Updates to the FDA's final rule on UDIs for medical devices.
The FDA has issued its final rule for a national unique device identification (UDI) system. Click above to learn more.
How will the establishment of a UDI system enable the healthcare industry to improve patient safety?
Thermal Gradient has officially graduated from its status as an incubation-phase start-up business resident at HTR’s Rochester BioVenture Center (RBC).
The burdens of increasing state and federal taxation and regulation hinder growth.
MEDTECH 2013 draws more than 250.
Members, receive your free Merrill Brink's white paper "Best Practices for e-Labeling Compliance".
The Albany Union Times covers Jessica Crawford's participation in a NYS Senate hearing on potential tax reform.
Two new distribution deals fuels continued expansion of operations for MedTech member Immco Diagnostics
Find out why partnering with Husky helps Polymer Conversions continue to grow.
$516,495 federal contract was awarded by the Department of Veteran Affairs.