New evidence in hemorrhagic stroke care suggests there may now be an answer for safely treating the deadliest, most costly and debilitating form of stroke through early surgical intervention.
CrowdReviews.com, an online platform for software reviews, has named DialogTech the leading call tracking software based on reviews submitted by users and clients of their software.
Urgent Team has announced the acquisition of Physicians Care, an urgent and family care company with eight East Tennessee locations.
Lattice Engines, the largest and fastest growing provider of predictive marketing and sales applications to the enterprise, launched the Lattice Predictive Insight Platform today.
Medtech company EndoChoice Holdings has introduced the third-generation Fuse full spectrum endoscopy system.
Enables enterprises to share compute resources and run containerized, micro-service based applications at scale.
“This new technology has significantly changed our approach to suspicious Peripheral Pulmonary Nodules.”
Promising clinical trial results published on 44 patients with small lung nodules that were previously considered hard to reach with conventional tools.
Gigi Gelvosa is an OR nurse at Seton Brain & Spine in Austin, Texas. She’s not just any OR nurse — she’s the nurse of Dr. Ziu, BrainPath user. Recently, though, she became the patient of Dr. Ziu after suffering a hemorrhagic stroke…and was the recipient of a BrainPath surgery. Watch this TV 7 news story that shares her story or survival. Dr. Ziu says THIS tube is not just any tube and without it, his nurse’s hemorrhage would have been inoperable.
Early in 2016, private capital markets have tightened. There are no shortage of predictions that valuation multiples will drop, round sizes will shrink and down rounds will steal headlines. Many believe that investors will raise the bar (on new investments and follow-on checks) and be unwilling to stomach previously tolerated burn rates. So, what does this mean for you, the entrepreneur contemplating a 2016 capital raise? In particular, we’ll focus on how much you should raise and whether that answer is different today than it was a year ago.