We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention tonight is the launch party for the start of MedCity News. We’ll be serving food and drinks and celebrating the start of our medical industry news service (and, as a nice bonus, online radio host Doctor Anonymous is coming to Cleveland to broadcast live from the event – weather permitting).
But we’re also going to give attendees a chance to “write” the story of MedCity. After touring some stations that explain MedCity News, they can write their thoughts about MedCity and how it can help them. They’ll turn that paper in for a special drawing – and we’ll apply the feedback to our company (think of it as corporate “crowdsourcing“).
We’d love to invite all of you, but unfortunately this is an invitation-only event. Watch some of the party on the Doctor Anonymous Show or, if you’d like to come, send us an e-mail. We may have an extra ticket laying around.
Here are some stories worth a read:
- The Next HHS Secretary: All Signs Point to Kansas (IN VIVO Blog)
- Heinen’s, Cleveland Clinic team up to identify healthier foods (The Plain Dealer)
- Record Year for US Cleantech Investments with $4.7 Billion Raised from Venture Capital in 2008 (PR Newswire)
- Can Nurses Care Too Much? (Well)
- Allergan Cuts Jobs as Botox Sales Slump (WSJ Health Blog)
- Glaxo, AstraZeneca Accused of Running Unethical Trials in India (GoozNews)
- Seattle Genetics Defies Gravity With Biotech’s First Underwritten Stock Sale in Six Months (Xconomy)