News Article | April 21, 2017
The Global Translational Regenerative Medicine market is expected to grow significantly over the forecast period. The Global Translational Regenerative Medicine market was valued at $5.8bn in 2016. Visiongain forecasts this market to increase to $14.5bn in 2021. The market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 19.9% in the first half of the forecast period and 17.7% from 2016 to 2027. How this report will benefit you Read on to discover how you can exploit the future business opportunities emerging in this sector. In this brand new report you find 316-page report you will receive 107 tables and 66 figures - all unavailable elsewhere. The 316-page report provides clear detailed insight into the Global Translational Regenerative Medicine market. Discover the key drivers and challenges affecting the market. By ordering and reading our brand new report today you stay better informed and ready to act. • Forecasts from 2017-2027 of the leading products in the Global Translational Regenerative Medicine market: - Osteocel Plus - Trinity ELITE - TEMCELL /Prochymal - Apligraf - Dermagraft - Epifix - ReCell - Neovasculgen - Glybera (alipogene tiparvovec) - IMLYGIC (talimogene laherparepvec) • SWOT and Porter's Five Force analysis of the translational regenerative medicine market Visiongain's study is intended for anyone requiring commercial analyses for the Translational Regenerative Medicine Market and leading companies. You find data, trends and predictions. To request a report overview of this report please email Sara Peerun at email@example.com or call Tel: +44-(0)-20-7336-6100 List of Organisations Mentioned in the Report Arthritis Research UK Associazione Infermieristica per lo Studio delle Lesioni Cutanee (AISLeC) [China] Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) British Heart Foundation [UK] California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) Cambridge Stem Cell Biology Institute [UK] Case Western Reserve University Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER) [US] CHA General Hospital [Korea] Cryocenter Saint Petersburg Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation (EBMT) European Medicines Agency Food and Drugs Agency (FDA) [US] Haute Autorité de santé [France] Heriot-Watt University Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) Institute of Biomedical Research and Innovation Hospital [Japan] International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) Karolinska Institute [Sweden] Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Mayo Clinic [US] Medical Research Council [UK] MiMedx Ministry of Food and Drug Safety, MFDS) [Korea] Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) [Japan] Ministry of Science and Technology [China] Moorfields Eye Hospital National Tissue Engineering Center (NTEC) [China] New York Blood Center Riken Center for Developmental Biology RUSH University Medical Center [US] Russian Ministry of Healthcare and Social Development Scottish Centre for Regenerative Medicine St. Jude's Children Research Hospital State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) [China] SUNY Upstate Medical University The Genetico Center [Russia] The StemGen Organisation Therapeutics Goods Administration (TGA) [Australia] UH San Diego Sanford Stem Cell Clinical Center UK Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona [Spain] University College London University of Edinburgh MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine [UK] University of Massachusetts (UMass) Memorial Hospital University of Modena Centre for Regenerative Medicine [Italy] University of Wisconsin US National Institute of Health Wake Forest Institute Wellcome Trust World Health Organization To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on firstname.lastname@example.org
News Article | April 26, 2017
Soliant Health, a leading specialty healthcare staffing provider and part of Adecco Group, is looking for the Most Beautiful Hospitals in America. For the ninth year in a row, Soliant Health is accepting nominations for the Most Beautiful Hospitals in the U.S. at http://www.mostbeautifulhospitals.com. Any hospital or facility located in the United States is eligible to be in the running. In order to be considered, nominations must be submitted by May 15, 2017. A month-long voting period will follow. Each nomination will move forward to the voting period where the choice of winners will be entirely at the hands of voters. Nominations will be accepted based on several factors, from architectural properties to patient experience. Though these factors will be considered for nomination, Soliant’s 2017 Most Beautiful Hospitals are determined solely by the number of votes received by each hospital. “What an honor to be named the most beautiful hospital in America! We have so much to be thankful for at Doctors Memorial Hospital and consider it a privilege to serve our supportive community,” said JoAnn Baker, Administrator of Doctors Memorial Hospital, Soliant’s 2016 Most Beautiful Hospitals in the U.S. “Our patients love the new facility we have built for them and our staff and volunteers exemplify our ‘Caring Hands, Caring Heart’ motto every day. Ultimately it is great teamwork that makes a beautiful hospital and we take great pride in recognizing the staff of Doctors Memorial Hospital.” Doctors Memorial Hospital in Bonifay, Fla., collected more than 40,000 votes making it Soliant’s 2016 Most Beautiful Hospital in the U.S. It has earned a spot in Soliant’s annual rankings since 2013. Located at the heart of Florida’s panhandle, Doctors Memorial Hospital is a critical-access hospital facility that was rebuilt from the ground up in 2008. The new space is twice its original size and is split into two components that allows for privacy between patient rooms and public business operations. This extensive reconstruction earned Doctors Memorial Hospital the Excellence in Construction Merit Award and the National Seal of Approval by the Joint Commission. “Year after year, Soliant’s Most Beautiful Hospitals demonstrate that constant improvement is key to high quality and compassionate healthcare,” said David Alexander, president of Soliant Health. “With this kind of dedication, it’s clear to see why the Bonifay community has trusted Doctors Memorial Hospital for more than 50 years.” To nominate a beautiful hospital, or to learn more about last year's winners, visit http://www.mostbeautifulhospitals.com by May 15th. For more information about Soliant, visit http://www.soliant.com.
News Article | April 17, 2017
Hospital M&A activity slowed in the first quarter of 2017, according to new acquisition data from HealthCareMandA.com. The number of hospital acquisitions decreased to 19 in the first quarter, down 17% from the 23 publicly announced acquisitions in the fourth quarter of 2016, and a 30% decrease from the 27 announced deals in the year-ago first quarter. All but four of the transactions did not disclose a purchase price. The largest acquisition price announced was for $25 million, as the Health Care Authority of the City of Anniston (AL) acquired Stringfellow Memorial Hospital in that city. The largest group of acquirers were not-for-profit hospitals and health systems, with 11 acquisitions announced by nine buyers. Wheeling Hospital in West Virginia and Fairview Health Service in Minnesota each announced two acquisitions. Two real estate investment trusts (REITs) closed one acquisition apiece for standalone hospitals. “The hospital sector has been greatly affected by the uncertainty surrounding the ‘repeal and replace’ efforts by the Congressional Republicans,” stated Lisa Phillips, editor of the Health Care M&A Report, which publishes the data. “Until the legislative issues are settled, mergers and acquisitions in this sector will stay soft.” Among the sellers, two financially troubled publicly traded hospital companies divested 15 hospitals through five announced deals. Community Health Systems sold 13 hospitals, and its spinoff, Quorum Health, sold two. “Strategic acquisitions between large health systems are still possible, but the majority of hospital deals in the next quarter will be driven by finances,” commented Phillips. All quarterly results are published in The Health Care M&A Report for all 13 sectors of health care, which is part of the HealthCareMandA.com investment research source. For more information, or to order the report, call 800-248-1668. Irving Levin Associates, Inc. was established in 1948 and has headquarters in Norwalk, Connecticut. The company publishes research reports and newsletters, and maintains databases on the health care and senior housing M&A markets.
News Article | May 23, 2017
Soliant Health, a leading specialty healthcare staffing provider and part of Adecco Group, is now accepting votes for its ninth annual Most Beautiful Hospitals in the U.S. contest. Between May 22 and June 23, Soliant is accepting votes for its 2017 Most Beautiful Hospitals in the U.S. contest on mostbeautifulhospitals.com. Voters are encouraged to vote as many times as they can over this 4-week voting period. There is no limit on how many votes an individual can cast per day up until the voting period closes on June 23. Winners will be announced on June 26. “Doctor’s Memorial Hospital, our 2016 winner, showed us that smaller critical access hospitals can make a big impact on several accounts,” said David Alexander, president of Soliant Health. “An impact not only on the lives they serve, but also on the innovation of hospital design and efficiency of care – two integral commitments they have sustained for more than five decades.” Doctors Memorial Hospital in Bonifay, Fla. earned Soliant’s Most Beautiful Hospital in the U.S. distinction in 2016 with almost 40,000 votes. Located at the heart of Florida’s Panhandle, this critical-access hospital has served the Bonifay population for more than 50 years. It was rebuilt from the ground up in 2008, doubling its size and splitting its floor plan into two distinct components, one for business and the other for medical services, which maintains patient privacy away from public business operations. Doctor’s Memorial Hospital has appeared on Soliant’s Top 10 rankings three times in past years. This year's nominations include facilities from all across the United States: Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center's Andrews Women's Hospital — Fort Worth, TX Broughton Hospital — Morganton, NC Children's Hospital at Sacred Heart — Pensacola, FL Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC — Pittsburgh, PA Christus Highland Medical Center — Shreveport, LA Cobb Hospital — Austell, GA Dell Children's Medical Center — Austin, TX Doctors Memorial Hospital — Bonifay, FL Dr. Phillips Hospital — Orlando, FL Elmhurst Memorial Hospital — Elmhurst, IL Eskenazi Hospital — Indianapolis, IN FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital — Pinehurst, NC Flagler Hospital — St. Augustine, FL Greenville Memorial Hospital — Greenville, SC Henry Ford Hospital West Bloomfield — West Bloomfield Township, MI Intermountain Medical Center — Murray, UT JFK Medical Center — Edison, NJ Kettering Medical Center — Kettering, OH La Rabida Children's Hospital — Chicago, IL Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital — Wheaton, IL McKay-Dee Hospital — Ogden, UT Memorial Healthcare System - Miramar — Hollywood, FL Mercy Hospital — Folsom, CA Methodist Hospital — Philadelphia, PA Mosaic Life Care — St. Joseph, MO Norton Sound Regional Hospital — Nome, AK Oaklawn Hospital — Marshall, MI Orange Regional Medical Center — Middletown, NY PinnacleHealth West Shore Hospital — Mechanicsburg, PA Poway Healthcare Center — Poway, CA Primary Children's Hospital — Salt Lake City, UT Riverview Medical Center — Red Bank, NJ Sanford Health — Bismarck, ND Sioux Center Health — Sioux Center, IA St. Francis Hospital — Flower Hill, NY St. Jude Children's Research Hospital — New York, NY Summit Pacific Medical Center — Elma, WA WellStar Kennestone Regional Medical Center — Marietta, GA Winnie Palmer Hospital — Orlando, FL To cast your vote and to learn more about last year’s winners, visit mostbeautifulhospitals.com. For more information about Soliant Health, visit soliant.com. About Soliant Health Soliant Health, an Adecco Group company, is one of the largest healthcare staffing companies in the country. Soliant Health connects hospitals and healthcare providers with highly qualified, full- or part-time healthcare professionals in a variety of specialized disciplines. Soliant's teams of professionals are qualified to fill physician, nursing, therapy, pharmacy, and other healthcare positions. For further information, please contact: Tera Tuten Vice President of Operations Soliant Health 904-527-5826 tera.tuten(at)soliant(dot)com
News Article | May 23, 2017
Dr. Kasra Djalayer, Board Certified Physician in Internal Medicine, Obesity Medicine, & Clinical Nutrition with Gifford Medical Center, has joined The Expert Network©, an invitation-only service for distinguished professionals. Dr. Djalayer has been chosen as a Distinguished Doctor™ based on peer reviews and ratings, numerous recognitions, and accomplishments achieved throughout his career. Dr. Djalayer outshines others in his field due to his extensive educational background, career longevity, and numerous awards and recognitions. He attended the University of Complutense in Madrid from which he graduated with his M.D. in 1989. After that, he went on to complete his residency in internal medicine at Yale University’s Griffin Hospital Prevention Research Center. He then undertook four fellowships, including one in Clinical Immunology and Rheumatology from the University of Vermont and one in School Aging and Geriatrics at Stanford University. Dr. Djalayer also holds a Ph.D. in immunology and an M.S. in Clinical Research from the University of London and has completed various post-graduate studies at Harvard University. With nearly 30 years dedicated to medicine, Dr. Djalayer brings a wealth of knowledge to his industry and, in particular, to his areas of expertise, obesity medicine, clinical nutrition, geriatrics, rheumatology, and dementia-related behavioral disorders. When asked why he decided to pursue a career in medicine, Dr. Djalayer said: "My father and grandfather were both doctors, and my father encouraged me to pursue medicine. I wanted to be a doctor because I wanted to help people, to treat them appropriately, with empathy and kindness." Dr. Djalayer is currently a primary care physician practicing with Gifford Medical Center in Randolph, Vermont and is the medical director of Rowan Court Health & Rehabilitation Center, a nursing home in Barre, Vermont. For five consecutive years, he has received both the Patient’s Choice Award and the Compassionate Doctor Recognition Award and is ranked among the top 3% of physicians in the United States. Before joining Gifford Health Care, Inc., Dr. Djalayer worked at several hospitals across New England, including Franklin Regional Hospital and New London Hospital in New Hampshire, and Brattleboro Memorial Hospital in Vermont. Today, his practice covers a vast spectrum of conditions relating to internal and adult medicine as well as rheumatic diseases. From dementia, heartburn, and immunizations, to physicals and challenges with weight loss, his sharp diagnostic abilities have earned him a reputation as one of the best physicians in the United States. Known to his patients as “Dr. DJ”, Dr. Djalayer values the importance of building strong and trusting relationships with each of his clients. He is also famous among both his patients and colleagues for having a photographic memory. Dr. Djalayer is licensed to treat patients in New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, and Missouri, and works hard to provide only the highest quality of care. In 2012, Dr. Djalayer received a letter of appreciation from President Barack Obama, thanking him for his years of commitment and hard work in the healthcare field. To stay involved in his community, he frequently speaks and teaches at field seminars to help mold the next generation of medical professionals. For more information, visit Dr. Djalayer's profile on the Expert Network here: https://expertnetwork.co/members/kasra-djalayer,-md,-phd/2deff4db17af148f The Expert Network© has written this news release with approval and/or contributions from Dr. Kasra Djalayer. The Expert Network© is an invitation-only reputation management service that is dedicated to helping professionals stand out, network, and gain a competitive edge. The Expert Network selects a limited number of professionals based on their individual recognitions and history of personal excellence.
News Article | May 23, 2017
Allegheny Health Network and the Alexis Joy D’Achille Foundation announced today plans to open The Alexis Joy D’Achille Center for Women’s Behavioral Health at West Penn Hospital, a unique facility that will offer the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art care available in western Pennsylvania for women suffering from pregnancy-related depression. Construction of the Center is underway with a scheduled opening in the fall of 2017. The Alexis Joy D’Achille Center for Women’s Behavioral Health will house in one setting a unique array of services currently offered to women at West Penn who are in need of treatment for perinatal depression, encompassing postpartum depression and depression during pregnancy. Few, if any, other centers in the U.S. provide such a wide range of treatments, from weekly therapy appointments, to an intensive outpatient program for women in need of a higher level of care, to a partial hospitalization program for women suffering from more severe forms of postpartum depression. All programs are family-focused and allow women to bring their babies with them to therapy sessions. “The creation of the Alexis Joy D’Achille Center for Women’s Behavioral Health is a dream come true,” said Steven D’Achille, founder of the Alexis Joy D’Achille Foundation. “Our goal has been to break down barriers to care and ensure that all women suffering from perinatal depression are able to find the help they need. We believe that the innovative and accessible care offered by AHN at the Alexis Joy D’Achille Center will change women’s lives and put their families on the best possible start to a happy future.” AHN and the Alexis Joy D’Achille Foundation first united in 2015, and the partnership is already is making a difference in the lives of many women through innovative, accessible care. More than 820 women have been referred to AHN Women’s Behavioral Health program over the past 8 months, and more than 50 women are seen each month for initial evaluations. The program is staffed by a psychiatrist, psychologist, clinical social worker and nurse practitioner – all dedicated to the care of women with perinatal depression. All AHN OBGYN practices now screen women for depression and bipolar disorder three times: twice during pregnancy and once after pregnancy. When screenings suggest a patient is suffering from depression, the information goes immediately to AHN psychiatry clinicians for a closer assessment and triage to therapy if needed. “We are very proud to partner with the Alexis Joy Foundation to create the Alexis Joy Center for Women’s Behavioral Health at AHN’s West Penn Hospital,” said Allan Klapper, MD, System Chair, Obstetrics and Gynecology, AHN. “With the completion of the Alexis Joy Center, AHN will offer a complete continuum of care, the scale of which we don’t believe exists anywhere else in the U.S.” In December 2016, AHN opened its Mother-Baby Intensive Outpatient Program, unique to the Pittsburgh area and offered by only about 15 hospitals nationwide. Women attend three hours of group psychotherapy, three days a week, and also learn skills that improve the quality of the mother-infant relationship. Babies can remain with their moms during treatment, and husbands, partners or other support people may attend family sessions. In addition to clinician’s offices and the Intensive Outpatient Program, the new Alexis Joy D’Achille Center will house a Mother-Baby Partial Hospitalization Program, in which women with more severe forms of perinatal depression attend five-hour group therapy sessions five days a week. As with all of the Center’s programs, mothers and babies may stay together during treatment. Full hospitalization, for mothers with the most severe forms of perinatal depression, will be offered at AHN’s Forbes Hospital. The Alexis Joy D’Achille Center will also include a kitchen, a supervised nursery with cribs and bassinets, and offices where patients can be seen for individual therapy. “AHN’s programs for the treatment of perinatal depression recognize that this disease impacts mothers, babies, partners, and entire families,” said Frank Jans, PhD, Service Line Director, Psychiatry, AHN. “We believe the Alexis Joy D’Achille Center’s programs could attract patients from beyond the tri-state area who are seeking the most personalized and innovative care available for perinatal depression.” The Alexis Joy D’Achille Foundation was created to raise awareness of postpartum depression, to assist women and their families in spotting warning signs, and support mental healthcare providers in Pittsburgh and beyond. “As a Pittsburgh native, it has truly been an honor to be a part of building this program, working alongside such a creative and motivated group, providing a much needed service for our community,” said Sarah Homitsky, MD, Medical Director, Women’s Perinatal Psychiatry Program at West Penn Hospital. “The internal support at AHN has been more than I could have ever imagined. And the support from Steven and the foundation has been absolutely invaluable.” The West Penn Hospital Foundation also provided financial support toward the creation of the Alexis Joy D’Achille Center. About the Allegheny Health Network: Allegheny Health Network (AHN.ORG), part of Highmark Health, is an integrated healthcare delivery system serving the Western Pennsylvania region. The Network is comprised of eight hospitals, including its flagship academic medical center Allegheny General Hospital, Allegheny Valley Hospital, Canonsburg Hospital, Forbes Hospital, Jefferson Hospital, Saint Vincent Hospital, Westfield Memorial Hospital and West Penn Hospital; an employed physician organization, a research institute, health + wellness pavilions, home and community-based health services and a group purchasing organization. The Network employs approximately 17,000 people, and has more than 2,800 physicians on its medical staff. The Network also serves as a clinical campus for Temple University School of Medicine, Drexel University College of Medicine and the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.