WebPT, one of Phoenix’s largest homegrown software companies, announced on Tuesday that it had acquired Portland, Oregon-based Clinicient, a major competitor in the physical therapy software space.
Embry Health has immediate openings for 500 new employees in Arizona and across the nation as the demand for Covid-19 testing reaches record levels. On Monday, 46,950 appointments were booked for testing.
Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University officials have been talking about building a biotechnology corridor in north Phoenix since at least 2013, and the project is now closer to fruition. Mayo Clinic was the winning bidder in an Arizona State Land Department public auction, paying $139 million for a 228-acre parcel next to its Phoenix campus on Dec. 15.
Marcus Engineering is truly honored to have been recognized as a 2021 Small Business of the Year by Pima County. The engineering firm was recognized for “workforce development, maintaining a supportive workplace and fostering community engagement”.
California-based The City of Hope, which has had an alliance with Phoenix-based Translational Genomics Research Institute for several years, is about to expand its Arizona presence even further. The nonprofit cancer research institute announced Wednesday that it is in talks to pay $390 million to acquire Boca Raton, Florida-based Cancer Treatment Centers of America, a network of oncology hospitals and outpatient care centers, including in metro Phoenix.
Leonardo Electronics US Inc.(LEI), a provider of next-gen technologies for defense, security, medical, and industrial applications and a US subsidiary of Leonardo, today announces plans to expand its regional presence in Oro Valley, Arizona, north of Tucson.
The innovation awards and recognition for Arizona-based medical device company SaiOx, Inc. (pronounced SIGH-ox) have been coming fast and furious this fall 2021. The company was selected as 2021 Venture Madness Winner in the medical category by Invest Southwest in partnership with the Arizona Commerce Authority. Venture Madness is Arizona’s longest-running venture capital conference event.
For the summer 2021 issue of TechConnect Magazine, we chose a topic that we knew everyone already was becoming most familiar—whether they wanted to or not. We already have lived in a world filled with innovative developments in MedTech—from detailed blood work at an annual physical to less-invasive surgical procedures. We have more examples of MedTech and its value in the pages that follow.
Two associate professors at Arizona State University are leading the exploration of sex-targeted drug delivery for traumatic brain injury. The five-year, $2.5-million project funded by the NIH will improve the understandings of sex differences in traumatic brain injury to help design nanoparticle delivery systems for more effective treatments.
As robotics technology advances, robots will help with a variety of tasks, even supporting people to navigate the challenges of aging. One Arizona State University project aims to develop robots to assist older adults with dementia and their caregivers. The work is supported by the Zimin Foundation as one of four proposals selected for funding within the Zimin Institute for Smart and Sustainable Cities at ASU. This partnership aids research projects that facilitate the integration of smart-city technology, specifically concerning infrastructure, transportation, resource efficiency, health, security and more.