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Fortress Biotech has established nine subsidiary companies since 2013, each financed differently and each focused on an area of unmet need. Fortress CEO and longtime life sciences investor Lindsay Rosenwald lays out his ambitious plans for the future.
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When Olympus Corp. re-entered the M&A arena after five years of "back to the basics," it was via the purchase of a company that meets every parameter of its requirements. Nacho Abia says that OR integrator Image Stream Medical should also help the Japanese multinational stay on course to meet value-based – and ambitious mid-term sales – targets.
Oncology drug development is undergoing rapid shifts. Bain research shows companies that seek to lead in speciﬁc vertical categories outperform rivals that invest across a broad spectrum of cancer targets.
Financial markets – the people and institutions that lend companies money and estimate their worth – see pharma companies as revenue-generating, profit-sharing black boxes. Growth earns companies a break from this simplistic view, but sooner or later market valuations of pharmas seem to regress to a mean based on revenue multiples. That mean is getting meaner.
The shifts roiling the health care industry are creating an entirely new commercial landscape. PwC says that the way pharma companies opt to address three pivotal challenges – patient engagement, analytics and value – will affect not only their future, but the future direction of patient care, provider decisions and payment mechanisms.
LivaNova was formed from the merger of cardiovascular disease therapy company Sorin Group and neuromodulation innovator Cyberonics. The role and place in the industry of this new mega group might not be obvious to all, but incoming CEO Damien McDonald already has a vision of creating a disciplined company that leverages synergies and gets closer to the customer base.
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