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Shares of San Clemente-based ICU Medical Inc. shot up in trading today on reports that it was considering a sale.
InstaMed Inc., which has offices in Newport Beach and Philadelphia, said that it raised money in an internal round of funding.
HEALTHCARE: Downplays Darpin delay, high on Levadex
Allergan Inc.’s chief executive is optimistic about the prospects for its newly acquired acute migraine headache drug, despite a regulatory setback.
Other news items of interest from the Orange County Business Journal
Device Went to Boston Scientific in 2012 Sale
Implantable cardioverter defibrillators—including one developed in Orange County—could be in line for higher Medicare payments, in Healthcare
Irvine-based patient monitoring maker Masimo Corp. today reported a first-quarter profit that met analysts’ expectations on revenue that surpassed forecasts.
Shares of Irvine-based drug maker Allergan Inc. fell in early trading today after it lowered its full-year financial forecast.
Nursing home operator Ensign Group Inc. said today that it bought a nursing home in Nebraska and a nursing home along with an assisted living facility in Washington state in separate deals. Terms were not disclosed.
Dr. Stephen Ryan, a board member of Irvine-based drug maker Allergan Inc., died Monday after a short illness.
Some See Competitors Making Inroads, Others No Threat
Wall Street analysts are of a mixed mind on Edwards Lifesciences Corp. after the heart valve maker reported disappointing first-quarter earnings and lowered its 2013 outlook.
HEALTHCARE: “Architect” Grew Out of Another Company
Startup Harbor MedTech is aiming to plunge deep into the wound-healing business
INSURANCE: Consolidation in industry opens new channels
Burnham Benefits Insurance Services Inc. is looking north for growth.
The state’s labor commissioner sued Pacific Health Corp. and its hospitals
Cites More Seniors, Middle Class, Own R&D
Bausch & Lomb cites growth as one of the reasons it’s planning an IPO, in Healthcare