Health IT: Challenges and Opportunities - A joint presentation by Yale/CURE BioHaven Entrepreneurship Series and the Crossroads of Ideas and Capital Health IT is a booming field. Document management for Electronic Health Records and demands for mobility while ensuring the security of medical records are major concerns for providers. Entrepreneurs are navigating a regulatory envronment that is more complex than ever before while racing to implement the connectivity required
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With many states facing budget cut backs, those that continue to maintain world-class systems to monitor, support and accelerate gazelles will have an advantage over the next decade in job creation. Based on Malloy’s interest during the campaign, track record in Stamford as Mayor there for 14 years and his own personal experience with family members who are successful entrepreneurs, the new Governor will be a great friend of the very competitive process of repositioning the
Election Forum Showed Contrast of the two Candidates – Please vote on November 2
No one can say they don’t have a choice in the two leading candidates, Republican Tom Foley and Democrat Dannel Malloy next week. Check the video from the October 18 forum at Yale to see what we mean. So, while Foley laid out how he would wean the private sector from interference caused by a state government hobbled by self-interested and expensive union contracts and historically ineffective eff
Connecticut’s premier life science award, the CURE Award for Excellence, was presented to Pfizer, Inc. at the April 27 annual meeting of CURE (Connecticut United for Research Excellence) in New Haven. The award went to Pfizer for its investment in “multiple approaches to treating Alzheimer’s Disease.” Pfizer has no fewer than seven Alzheimer’s clinical projects ongoing and several more programs in earlier stages of development at its Groton research site.
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Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Connecticut United for Research Excellence, Inc. (CURE) today announced the launch of Boehringer Ingelheim Science Quest, a comprehensive initiative designed to bring hands-on science education directly to the Connecticut elementary schools that need it most. Download PDF of release here. A centerpiece of the effort is the Boehringer Ingelheim Science Quest mobile laboratory – a high-tech science classroom on wheels – that will