Dana Bartholomew

Reporter (Health Care)

Email: dbartholomew@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-549-5225 Extension: 263

Recent Stories

NeuroSigma Wins Federal Clearance to Sell First Medical Device for ADHD

NeuroSigma Inc., a bioelectronics company based in Westwood, received federal clearance to market the first medical device to treat childhood ADHD, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

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Judge Approves Sale of Verity

HEALTH CARE: KPC gets St. Vincent, St. Francis hospitals

Bankruptcy judge approves sale of Verity Health hospitals.

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Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Raises $2M During SoCal Fundraiser

A record 123 businesses across Southern California raised nearly $2 million during a spring fundraiser for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, the hospital announced April 17.

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Keck Medicine Marks 10 Years Under USC Control

Capital commitments transform campus with more development slated

Keck Medicine investment shows results.

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Molina Healthcare to Lay Off 75 Workers in Latest Round

Molina Healthcare Inc., a Long Beach-based managed-care services provider, will lay off 75 more workers during a wave of reductions that appears related to the offshore outsourcing of its IT services.

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Staar Surgical Moves HQ to Orange County

Staar Surgical Co., a publicly traded pioneer of implantable contact lenses, has moved from its long-time headquarters in Monrovia to Orange County.

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Costly Seismic Safety

In L.A. County, 156 hospital buildings need retrofit to meet state law’s requirements

Costs of seismic retrofits could put some hospitals on shaky financial ground.

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Cedars Makes Valley Moves

HEALTH CARE: Tarzana deal part of growth goals

Cedars-Sinai expands into Valley.

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Soon-Shiong, Nantcell Sued Over Alleged ‘Catch and Kill’ of Cancer Drug

A San Diego biotech firm alleged Patrick Soon-Shiong and his NantCell Inc. company implemented a “catch and kill” scheme to stymie a new cancer drug that could hurt sales of a rival blockbuster drug invented by the Los Angeles billionaire, according to a lawsuit filed April 3.

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Koreatown-Based Pragma Inc. Raises $2.5M Backed by the Mayo Clinic, Michelson 20MM

Pragma Inc., a health tech company based in Koreatown that streams on-demand medical lectures and surgery videos, on April 3 announced a seed round of $2.5 million.

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