Orange County Business Journal

Vita Reed covers healthcare, including health insurance, hospitals, medical devices and drug companies for the Orange County Business Journal. She can be reached at reed@ocbj.com.

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Analysts Praise Sapien 3, Predict Continued Dominance

Low-Risk Patients Next Prize for Heart Valve Maker

Irvine-based Edwards Lifesciences Corp. “ought to pull away again” from its competitors in the transcatheter heart valve market, according to a recent report published on the Seeking Alpha investor website.

Irvine Device Maker Has Designs on Growth

HEALTHCARE: Study, new device build optimism

Irvine-based Breathe Technologies Inc. is looking to get a boost from new clinical study results and a device that’s scheduled to be introduced this year.

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Cianna Medical Raises $4M

Aliso Viejo-based Cianna Medical Inc. has raised $4 million, according to a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

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Stem Cell Company Opens New SA Facility

PrimeGen Biotech LLC, a stem cell company, has moved from Irvine to a new facility in Santa Ana.

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Sabra Spends $234M for Nursing Homes

Irvine-based Sabra Health Care REIT Inc. said today that it bought four nursing homes in Maryland for $234 million.

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Hyundai Giving Final $2M Installment of Cancer Grant to CHOC

Fountain Valley-based Hyundai Motor America and its nonprofit, Hope on Wheels, will present a final $2 million installment of a $10 million research grant to Children’s Hospital of Orange County on Thursday.

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MemorialCare Names New Long Beach Boss

Fountain Valley-based MemorialCare Health System said today that John Bishop is the new chief executive of its Long Beach Memorial, Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach and Community Hospital Long Beach.

Allergan Boss Gives Emphasis to Irvine

HEALTHCARE: Expects to split time between N.J., OC

Irvine will continue to play a critical role in the newly named Allergan plc as plans call for the drugmaker’s campus on Dupont Drive to remain the home of its biggest business lines.

Glaukos Sets IPO, Eyes Up to $77M

HEALTHCARE: Market cap could range upward of $445M

Orange County’s crop of privately held, venture-backed medical device companies is poised to graduate one of its best-funded members into the ranks of public companies.

Maker of Tiny Devices Goes Big With New Base

HEALTHCARE: MicroVention also plans hires to beef up R&D

Small devices are adding up to big growth for MicroVention Inc.

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