Members in the News – May 2018

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Members in the News – May 2018

Crossix is recruiting for a VP, Product Strategy and an Analytics Services Director. Click here to see all of their current job opportunities.

Grassi Healthcare Advisors recently hosted a webinar, How to Integrate Telehealth Into Your Practice Telehealth, the next leap into convenient healthcare delivery. This webinar looked at Telehealth Services and how to integrate them into your practice. A recorded version of the webinar is available for $79.

MedTech Strategist, Wendy Diller published a review on the status of liquid biopsy testing as part of a special edition of MedTech Strategist; a trimonthly newsletter focused entirely on the medical devices and diagnostics industries. NYCHBL members are able to download a complimentary copy of this month’s issue. MedTech Strategist and its parent Innovation in MedTech are entering their fifth year, and due to impressive growth, the company is significantly expanding its team, developing an interactive subscriber portal, and has recently launched a new website.

Mount Sinai’s Health Care Leadership Programs, designed for experienced health care professionals seeking career advancement or enhanced credentials, are now offer three exciting options: Accelerated 16-month Master of Science Degree; Part-time 30-month Master of Science Degree; short courses and training programs. To learn more, visit their website, email healthcaremasters@mssm.edu or call 212-659-1402.

Northstream was named to provide communications program to support Myriad Genetics at the American Psychiatric Association meeting in NYC.

PatientPoint, Chief Client Officer Linda Ruschau has been selected for the prestigious MM&M Hall of Femme honoring senior female leaders throughout the biopharma, medical device and agency sectors of the healthcare industry. Linda will join 14 fellow Hall of Femme inductees and 20 MM&M Women to Watch at an exclusive summit June 7 in New York. PM360 has named PatientPoint Chief Growth Officer Traver Hutchins and Chief Analytics, Insights and Strategy Officer H. Scott Nesbitt to its 2018 ELITE 100 list of the most influential people in the healthcare industry and will be honored at a New York reception July 10. PatientPoint also recently announced that it is further bolstering its industry-leading auditing practices by conducting one of the most comprehensive audits to date of a point-of-care network.

Saama Technologies, CEO and Founder, Suresh Katta, has been named one of the most influential Entrepreneurs in the healthcare industry. Saama also announced a partnership with ICON, who are leveraging Saama’s Life Science Analytics Cloud to accelerate the use of Real World Evidence across the product lifecycle and drive mission-critical decisions for medical affairs, reimbursement and commercialization functions. Finally, Rajeev Dadia, CTO at Saama, published an article on Privacy and Provenance in Applied Clinical Trials.

TeloChain has launched a new blog series, providing real-world healthcare insights. Read their most recent post, part 1 on how to “Maximize Your Return on Recruiting for Your Pragmatic Study”.  

Tyto Care, CEO and Co-Founder Dedi Gilad has been named a finalist for Crain’s NY’s Heritage Innovation and Healthcare Delivery Award. The finalists are recognized as innovators in the development of new modes of diagnosis, treatment, and care, who actively improve the delivery of services and the quality of healthcare.

Weill Cornell, Dr. Geraldine McGinty (also a NYCHBL Advisory Board Member) has been elected the first woman Chair of the American College of Radiology in the program’s nearly 100 year history. She was also a recipient of the 2018 William T. Thorwarth, Jr., MD, Award, honoring individuals who demonstrate outstanding contributions to the field of health policy and economics for radiology.