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BAY AREA MANUFACTURER AWARDED REGENERATIVE MEDICINE VA SAC CONTRACT

Originally developed for the military to treat field injuries, this regenerative medicine technology has been patented by C. Randall Harrell, MD of Palm Harbor, FL. Dr. Harrell holds two patents for this technology that releases bioengineered proteins using exosomes for regenerative medicine treatments. The subject of exosomes won a Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2013.…
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Precision Medicine: The Power of Personalization.

<em>How emerging practices will help prevent disease, optimize treatment, improve clinical outcomes and reduce costs across group health, Rx benefits, behavioral health and work comp</em> By Bruce Shutan There’s an old axiom that all health care is local, but in the future it also will be highly personalized and the results may be astonishing. With…
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Bethesda firm RightEye wins FDA clearance for its vision improving technology

By Morgan Eichensehr  – Reporter, Baltimore Business Journal, October 10, 2018 RightEye LLC has received a clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its technology which aims to identify and improve vision issues. The Bethesda health tech firm developed a technology that uses eye tracking programs to identify visual issues in patients and help them improve…
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Join us at the HEALinc Future Health Innovations Summit!

The 2018 Inaugural HEALinc Future Health Innovation Summit (www.healincfuturehealthsummit.com). is a  three-day Summit taking place on October 7-9th 2018 at the Melia Hotel, Nassau, Bahamas.  Innovation is happening everywhere, not just in the traditional centers of excellence. Our age of extraordinary connectivity is causing a convergence of powerful global trends with exciting opportunities in emerging…
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Want to fix America’s health care? First, focus on food

Dariush Mozaffarian, Tufts University The national debate on health care is moving into a new, hopefully bipartisan phase. The fundamental underlying challenge is cost – the massive and ever-rising price of care which drives nearly all disputes, from access to benefit levels to Medicaid expansion. So far, policymakers have tried to reduce costs by tinkering…
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