All posts tagged "medical devices"
Medtronic invests $50 million in Puerto Rico expansion
Increased manufacturing capacity expected to create over 500 jobs
- Posted October 9, 2019
Medtronic Foundation provides $250,000 donation in Puerto Rico
With All Hands and Hearts, has helped rebuild hundreds of homes
- Posted October 15, 2018
Puerto Rico in talks with Germany to attract investment
Seek that island becomes renewable energy innovation center, larger market for medical device industry
- Posted December 6, 2017
Baxter: Hurricane’s disruption in Puerto Rico could cost $70 million in 4th quarter
Drug and medical product maker's island operations had been temporarily shut down
- Posted October 26, 2017
Medtronic seeks to drive healthcare costs down through value-based model
SAN JUAN – Top executives from Medtronic, the medical device manufacturer, are in Puerto Rico to close agreements with “mayor players” they hope will help drive healthcare costs down locally. For the past few years, Medtronic has...
- Posted February 16, 2017
House to vote on bill aimed at speeding approval of drugs
WASHINGTON – The House plans to vote Wednesday on a $6.3 billion bill aimed at speeding federal approval of drugs and medical devices and boosting biomedical research. The legislation, a priority for congressional leaders in the lame-duck...
- Posted November 26, 2016
Manufacturing Leader Goes After Association’s Presidency
Says new economic development model must be established
- Posted May 29, 2016
Regulatory Affairs Consulting Firm Rebexa Opens Headquarters in Mayagüez
Plans on expanding in medical devices and veterinary products
- Posted May 6, 2016
Abbott to Buy Medical Test Provider Alere for $4.8B
NEW YORK – Abbott Laboratories will buy Alere for $4.8 billion as it tries to expand its medical-testing business. The deal is worth $5.8 billion when restricted stock, stock options and preferred shares are included, the company...
- Posted February 1, 2016
Johnson & Johnson to Cut about 3,000 Jobs in Medical Devices
Johnson & Johnson said Tuesday that it plans to cut about 3,000 jobs over the next two years as the health care conglomerate works to restructure its medical devices business. The New Brunswick, New Jersey, company said...
- Posted January 19, 2016