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Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra says U.S. healthcare reform is driving changes in the healthcare market that create new entrepreneurial opportunities.
Is your digital health startup subject to HIPAA regulations? Here's a quick HIPAA overview for startups.
Proposed federal budget cuts could hurt healthcare innovation in America and be bad for patients. Read more to find out why giving Medicare the power to negotiate drug prices is a bad idea.
FDA medical device user fees will more than double during the next five years. Read more about why the FDA is increasing its fees.
The FDA has issued new guidelines to explain to makers of new innovative medical devices how the agency goes about evaluating certain medical devices. Read more about the new guidelines.
Medical device startups are advised to respect the FDA and answer its questions, according to a panelist at a recent investing conference. Read more about this discussion.
Cost-effective “infrastructures” – both physical and legal – provide the essential platforms for the activities of all economies. In the physical realm, for example, it is hard to imagine life without roads, communications networks, airports, ports, sewer systems and electricity grids. Because of their “public good” nature, government plays a central role in financing, if not operating, such infrastructure facilities. In turn, because so much infrastructure is local, the planning and construction of many projects historically has been delegated to the states (although aided by federal financing).
United States Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship Chair Mary Landrieu, D-La., wrote on Thursday (05/07/2009) to Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, Secretary of Energy Steven Chu, Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius and National Science Foundation Director Arden Bement, urging them...
Last Thursday, President Obama announced his nomination for the position of Chief Counsel for Advocacy at the Small Business Administration. The nominee, Winslow Sargeant, is a managing director in the technology practice at Wisconsin-based venture firm Venture Investors LLC. The first thing that comes to...
As the deadline for the reauthorization of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program approaches, evidence is mounting on both sides of the debate that has been pushing the decision about the future of SBIR back since March. This time, a new study supports the...
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