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News | Jun 06, 2019

Ristela, a plant-based product aimed at menopausal women that promises to increase sexual pleasure, was introduced on the women’s wellness website Bonafide a few weeks ago. Bonafide said that sales of Ristela in its first 10 days surpassed expectations for three months, and another menopause-focused product is planned for early next year.

News | May 07, 2019

At the Bloom Burton & Co. Healthcare Investor Conference in Toronto, which took place from April 30 to May 1, experts in the industry sat down for a panel discussion called “Investing in Commercial Stage Healthcare Companies.” They focused largely on drug price issues in the US, political implications for the industry and the struggles

News | Apr 08, 2019

Oliva will be honored with the 2019 Hall of Fame Award from SJU’s Haub School of Business on April 9, 2019 at The Union League of Philadelphia. A proud SJU grad, Oliva has been a healthcare investor for over 20 years and focuses on commercial stage medical technology, healthcare service, and specialty pharmaceutical investments. You

News | Feb 25, 2019

With more than three decades in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, Mary Fisher is a force to be reckoned with in aesthetics. Her CV includes leadership positions at Acorda Therapeutics, Cephalon, Immunex, and Boehringer Ingelheim.

News | Sep 21, 2018

Innovative Health and Medline ReNewal are continuing their collaboration on a single-use device reprocessing program for hospitals. The two companies bring a growing portfolio of medical device reprocessing clearances. Medline ReNewal specializes in the medical/surgical space, and Innovative Health specializes in cardiology/electrophysiology devices.

News | May 18, 2018

Innovative Health announced on Monday that it scored FDA clearance to reprocess St. Jude Medical’s ViewFlex Xtra Diagnostic Ultrasound Catheter. “Reprocessing is changing,” Rick Ferreira, CEO of Innovative Health, told HCB News. “It used to be about mimicking manufacturer technique on low-complexity devices late in their life cycle. SUD reprocessing is increasingly about understanding clinical

News | Mar 13, 2018

Easing adoption, accelerating commoditization and lowering costs. That’s how it works everywhere else. Why not in healthcare? In my interview of experts from Innovative Health, the largest U.S. medical device reprocessor specializing in cardiology, they all reinforced the same point: hospital decision-makers still must turn the tables on the manufacturer.

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