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San Clemente-based ICU Medical Inc. appointed Vivek Jain chief executive, effective last week.
The 177-bed Newport Specialty Hospital laid off its staff of 147 workers and was set to close Feb. 15, according to a state filing.
A general rise in life expectancy has been the focus of many a conversation among wealth managers and their clients of late, regardless of how far the clients may be from planned retirement.
Advertising Budget 13% Higher Than 2013’s
Irvine-based Allergan Inc. may be on the hunt for new products, both internally and externally, but it’s still working its core brands by investing in advertising campaigns, according to Chief Executive David Pyott.
A listing of business events happening all around Orange County.
Irvine-based medical device maker Masimo Corp. today posted a fourth-quarter profit in line with Wall Street, while revenue missed expectations.
Irvine-based Fitness International LLC plans to host group fitness classes at more than 500 of the company’s locations as part of a fundraiser for Augie’s Quest, a non-profit founded by Corona del Mar resident Augie Nieto.
A couple of Orange County venture capital firms participated in a $22.1 million funding round for Welltok Inc., a healthcare software company in Denver.
177-bed Newport Specialty Hospital will lay off its staff of 147 workers and close on Feb. 15, according to a state filing.
HEALTHCARE: Plenty of cash, little debt, wider market focus
Put Allergan Inc. down as a big shopper this year, thanks to a full coffer of cash and a corporate credit score that could accommodate as much as $10 billion worth of deals.
Dallas-based Kimberly-Clark Corp. said its I-Flow LLC business unit moved from Lake Forest to the Discovery Business Center in Irvine.
Other items of interest in the Orange County Business Journal
The parent of Costa Mesa-based apparel company RVCA said it signed a new contract with founder and President Pat Tenore.
The shortage of registered nurses was one of the hottest topics in the Orange County and California healthcare sector in the late 1990s and early to mid-2000s.
Institute’s Surgery Volume Ranks High Nationally
Hoag Orthopedic Institute, an Irvine-based specialty hospital, looks up to a role model for the type of healthcare it strives to provide.
Profits of 30 Biggest Drop 7%, Revenue Up
Orange County’s largest hospitals posted mixed results on the profit side over the past year or so. Includes the 2014 OC's HOSPITALS list for download (pdf)