In a surprising turn of events, the University of Southern California has moved a bitter legal dispute with UC San Diego over a prestigious Alzheimer’s disease research program to federal court—and replaced the law firm that was handling its case.
Lawyers... Read more »
As part of Xconomy’s report on the scope of the healthtech sector in Madison, WI, we used Google Maps to plot the locations of the 43 companies on our list.
The map is color-coded based on four categories: software-only companies, those... Read more »
Healthcare, agriculture, and manufacturing remain the bread and butter of the private sector in Madison, WI, and the surrounding region, but healthcare IT has arguably become the area’s most buzz-worthy industry.
Today, Xconomy is adding to the conversation about healthtech’s ascent... Read more »
Last week, Inc. magazine released its 34th annual list of America’s fastest-growing private companies, which highlights 5,000 businesses of all kinds.
The top-ranked business in the San Diego area, which ranks among the magazine’s list of “fastest-growing metro areas” (with... Read more »
The first five early-stage startups selected for Wisconsin accelerator Gener8tor’s new, free program for entrepreneurs affiliated with the state’s colleges and universities pitched themselves Thursday evening before an audience of investors, local business leaders, and Gener8tor alumni.
The five companies that... Read more »
Tricast, a Milwaukee-area healthcare insurance consulting business that started selling analytics software last year, has raised nearly $3.3 million from investors to grow its software business, president and CEO Greg Rucinski says.
Rucinski founded Tricast in 1997, which has primarily conducted... Read more »
A system that uses electronic health records data to better match eligible patients with clinical trials took the top prize in the first round of the Clinical Trial Innovation Prize, an initiative that is crowdsourcing ideas from around the globe... Read more »
All but one of the five companies selected for Gener8tor’s 2015 Milwaukee class hail from the Midwest, and the lone exception—from Toronto—didn’t have to travel too far for the three-month startup accelerator program being held at Ward 4, a new... Read more »
Here is a collection of the latest headlines from Wisconsin’s tech and innovation community:
—Verona-based Epic Systems lost a high-profile bid for a $4.3 billion, 10-year contract to modernize the electronic health records system for the U.S. Department of Defense. Epic... Read more »