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A San Diego company’s product will be the first to replace finger-stick testing for determining insulin doses for diabetes patients, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced today.
Local medical device maker ResMed Inc. has brought on Dr. Carlos Nunez, a medtech veteran and longtime executive, to be the company’s new chief medical officer.
San Diego-based connected health provider GreatCall Inc. has acquired Healthsense, a Mendota Heights, Minn., maker of passive health monitoring products geared toward senior citizens.
San Diego’s medtech giant Illumina Inc. is being sued by two shareholders who allege the company misled investors.
San Diego-based digital health care company Reflexion Health Inc. has hired an engineer with technology development and management experience to be its new chief technology officer.
West Health has promoted one of its senior executives to the position of chief strategy officer.
Carlsbad drugmaker Ionis Pharmaceuticals Inc. has earned $28 million as a result of its partnership with global biopharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca Plc on an anti-cancer drug.
Tri-City Healthcare District announced Dec. 16 it will walk away from the disputed medical building at the center of a legal battle with a Carlsbad developer.
San Diego-based MediciNova Inc., a public biopharmaceutical company, has been added to the Nasdaq Biotechnology Index (NBI).
Pomerado Hospital is now Palomar Medical Center Poway after a name change that brings greater consistency to owner Palomar Health’s North County health care system.
Two San Diego startups won the final round of San Diego Venture Group’s PitchFest competition: technology upstart Lymber and biotech Sun Genomics.
Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute’s board of trustees has found a new chairman in Hank Nordhoff, a San Diego health care executive and member of the board since 2012.
California’s Fourth District Court of Appeal has denied Tri-City Healthcare District’s request to delay a $12.1 million payment on a disputed medical office building.
Trovagene Inc., a local diagnostics company in San Diego, has announced a reorganization of the company’s priorities that resulted in a 20-person cut to its staff and a cost savings of $4 million per year.
The Betty Ford Center that opened Dec. 13 in Del Mar Heights will be an in-network provider of substance use disorder treatments for the Scripps Health network.