Seven Canadian companies are participating in the six-week online program, which assists businesses interested in entering the U.S. market with advice, mentorship, and access to a network of industry leaders.
This webinar was the second in the CEO Council’s three-part educational series for emerging cell and gene therapy companies.
On June 25, the CEO Council for Growth, in partnership with IntegriChain, hosted a webinar on Launch Readiness for Cell & Gene Therapies in the Government & Commercial Channels.
Influencer Campaign Encourages Investors and Partners to Share Greater Philadelphia’s Cell & Gene Therapy and Connected Health Story
Efforts to share the news of Greater Philadelphia as an epicenter of cell and gene therapy and connected health are in full force.
The CEO Council is partnering with PHL to better understand how business travelers utilize the airport through our Airport Business Traveler Survey. This collective effort aims to improve connectivity and the passenger experience at PHL to benefit our regional community.
Leaders from Select Greater Philadelphia and Cozen O'Conner presented at CPhI Worldwide in Frankfurt, Germany, on November 5, 2019 for 45 minutes to an overflowing World of Pharma Podium audience about US regulatory issues and market trends.
Case studies describe advances in medical technology and services happening in Greater Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA — During the last nine months, the Health Care Innovation Collaborative, an initiative of the CEO Council for Growth, has released a series of case studies highlighting game-changing health care innovations happening in the Philadelphia region. Today, the organization is releasing a premier publication of them titled “The New Philadelphia Casebook: Studies in Health Care Innovation.”
The publication is a compilation of the eight case studies, created with the goal of providing inspiration and serving as a resource for health care entrepreneurs and business school classrooms.
“We want to highlight […]
To highlight the many game-changing health care innovations in the Greater Philadelphia region, the Health Care Innovation Collaborative, an initiative of the CEO Council for Growth, has released a series of case studies that feature the visionary work happening today.
The New Philadelphia Casebook outlines eight different ways health care innovators in our region are disrupting the sector:
- Are Medical Devices Safe In Cyberspace?
by Safeguard Scientifics
- From Lab to Global Market
by Drexel University
- Having an IMPaCT on Health Care
by University of Pennsylvania Health System
- Venture Capitalists Address NICU Needs
by Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania
- When Tech Transforms Health Care
Research, partnerships yield products to save infants, cut NICU stays
PHILADELPHIA— Armed with seed funding and connections through Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania , two veteran Philadelphia-area health care investment entrepreneurs teamed with a prominent researcher to develop products that will improve premature babies’ health, predict which ones might develop a deadly infection and, ultimately, reduce their length of stays in expensive intensive care units.
This journey from medical problem to marketable solution is detailed in the latest case study released by “The New Philadelphia Casebook: Studies in Health Care Innovation,” a preeminent publication that is part of the Health […]
Community health workers essential to improved health care, cost savings
Patient-centered care is the new buzzword, but in most settings, doctors, nurses and other health care professionals are really in the driver’s seat. But a University of Pennsylvania Health System program lets patients decide what they realistically want to achieve — and it has produced a measurable, replicable model that improves medical outcomes and saves money.
Details of Penn’s Center for Community Health Workers and its IMPaCT model of care can be found in the latest case study released by “The New Philadelphia Casebook: Studies in Health Care Innovation,” a preeminent publication […]