Members in the News – November 2017

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Members in the News – November 2017

Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health is holding their Spring Career Fair, taking place on Friday, March 23 from 12-4pm at the Armory Foundation. Employers can meet with 500+ students and alumni from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, including MHA, MPH, MS, PhD and DrPH students in areas including healthcare management/administration, biostatistics/epidemiology (including data analytics, SAS coding etc.), sociomedical sciences (health communications, program design/evaluation, health equity), population and family health, and environmental health sciences. Registration is required; $75 for nonprofits/government and $175 for for-profit companies. For more info or questions:

Crossix has launched Audience Fusion™, an extension of its market-leading programmatic solution, allowing marketers to more precisely reach target audiences by connecting consumer and healthcare professional (HCP) data.

EIR Healthcare, the healthcare innovation firm behind the “hospital of the future,” is excited to announce it has commenced work on building its first prototype of the smart hospital room, projected to be completed in Q1 2018.

Fit4D and Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center have received a major grant award from the Pershing Square Immigrant Opportunity Fund at Robin Hood Foundation to offer personalized coaching to diabetes patients.

Grassi & Co. has been recognized by INSIDE Public Accounting (IPA) as the 70th largest firm in the country and the 73rd largest firm by Accounting Today. It was also named one of the Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies of 2017 by Silicon Review, and one of the Best Accounting Firms in New York City by AdvisoryHQ.

The Kinetix Group (TKG) is partnering with the Ochsner Health Network to present the first annual OHN Value Summit on December 1-2 in New Orleans. The 2-day event will feature insights on value-based care delivery from top healthcare leaders from across the country.

LifeSci NYC internship program seeks companies / organizations to host college and graduate students for summer 2018 internships. The program provide access to diverse talent and sources science and management track students to provide you with extra support during the summer, all while helping develop the city’s next generation of life sciences leaders. To apply to be a host organization for summer 2018, please click on the above link or contact

Oliver Wyman published a new report that suggests an innovative business model is soon going to disrupt healthcare’s status quo for good, especially as more incumbents and challengers begin – and continue – shaking up the market in areas of cost, regulation, and more.

Outcome Health announced it has joined the IAB, the largest trade association for digital advertising and marketing. The IAB is comprised of more than 650 media and technology companies worldwide that are responsible for selling, delivering, and optimizing digital advertising or marketing campaigns.

Remedy Health Media announced that it has been acquired by Topspin Partners, a leading middle market private equity firm. The funding will advance Remedy’s mission to be the preeminent digital health resource for patients and caregivers and a highly sought-after partner for healthcare companies and brands.

Safeguard Scientifics and Propeller Health announced the launch of Air, a first of its kind application programming interface (API) to provide local asthma conditions to anyone in the US who would like to share this insight with their audiences.

Saama Technologies, a leading clinical analytics company, announced it will open a new Artificial Intelligence research laboratory in Chennai, one of the largest scientific, technological and educational centers in South India.The opening of the new facility reflects Saama’s growing leadership position in the global life sciences industry. In October, Saama opened new offices in Bridgewater, New Jersey.