Members in the News – May 2017

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Members in the News – May 2017

AbleTo Chief Commercial Officer Dorothy Gemmell hosted a live twitter chat discussing her role as a leading woman executive in Healthcare IT. Check out #healthITchicks to read her interview.

Auditory Insight™, Nancy M. Williams, President and Founder, has a new article appearing in the May issue of the Hearing Journal, “Added Value of Patient-Centered Hearing Care.” With patient-centered care, a model employed by top physicians and health plans, audiologists may strengthen bonds with patients and create more profitable practices.

Context Matters wrote an article, “I-O Drugs: Key to the Cancer Moonshot” that was featured in the latest edition of pharmaphorum’s Deep Dive magazine.

Crossix, As part of its recurring thought leadership series, Acxiom recently interviewed Crossix CEO and co-founder Asaf Evenhaim, who discusses the latest data-driven innovations and explores why it’s a great time to be a healthcare marketer.

FamilyConnect has officially launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter in efforts to gather funding for development and deployment of their family-centered health care communications app designed to promote healthy independence for aging family members.  

Fit4D announced a new partnership with Glooko, a global diabetes data management company, to provide an end-to-end solution for Diabetes management.

Healthix announced that clinical data from health plans, already available in the Healthix portal is now available in CCD form. Click here to see a sample.

Kinetix Group has been selected for the 2017 American Excellence Award amongst all its peers and competitors by the American Economic Institute (AEI).

LevinsonBlock has been engaged by TruClinic, a healthcare technology platform that seamlessly connects providers with patients. They will be developing a messaging strategy for key audiences and implementing content upgrades.

Oliver Wyman partner Sam Glick was interviewed in a video “Healthcare is Still Creating New Jobs. But Are They the Right Jobs?” talking about the quantity and quality of the 14,000 new healthcare jobs added in March.

Mid Atlantic Bio Angels will be hosting 1st Pitch Life Science on May 25th at Rockefeller University. Three early stage life science companies that are not quite ready for prime time get to present pitches to a panel of MABA investors. Each gets a 15 minute pitch, followed by Q&A from the audience (usually about 150 people from the NYC life science ecosystem). This is a free event open to the public.

Safeguard Scientifics announced the partnership of Aurora Cancer Care and Syapse, launching a new oncology precision medicine program to help physicians and researchers provide more care options for patients whose cancer is resistant to conventional treatment options like radiation and chemotherapy.