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Lost in Transition

Treating rare disease shouldn’t be like a bad game of telephone, with each step generating chaos and confusion. Patient adherence suffers, quality of care diminishes, manufacturers miss out on vital feedback and cost goes up. But imagine if you could cut past all that. We did.

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May 18, 2015

Women in Business panelists promote change through leadership and innovation

When Cynthia LaConte stepped up in 2009 to lead Milwaukee-based life science firm Dohmen as chief executive officer, she knew change was imminent for the company that had been in her family’s hands for more than 150 years. “We saw the potential of building a model in support of an industry shift from one-size-fits-all therapies to more personalized, consumer-driven care,” she said. “So, we put together a long-term strategic plan to build and launch a company that could support that change.”
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April 21, 2015

Why businesses are moving to the city

In January 2015 Plunkett Raysich Architects announced it was moving back to the greater Downtown area. The company was founded in 1935 and located Downtown, but moved to the suburbs in the late 1960s and later to the city’s far Northwest Side. Now it’s coming back to where it started. “It’s really a location that’s thriving now,” says David Raysich, managing partner of the firm. “Downtown, the Third Ward, Walker’s Point, Milwaukee is a happening place right now.” The move, he says, will help the company recruit and retain young employees.
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March 26, 2015

Rare Diseases: Target Practice

An already-escalating orphan-drug market received an added lift when President Obama, in his State of the Union address in January, announced plans to finance a Precision Medicine Initiative with $215 million in this year's proposed budget. If passed, the funds would go toward establishing a voluntary million-patient data bank to leverage advances in gene sequencing and big data analytics.
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February 28, 2015

Re-Imaging the Future of the Life-Sciences industry

Cynthia LaConte is featured in the February issue of PharmaVoice: The pharmaceutical industry — after facing dramatic changes over the past 10 years or so — has more transformative changes ahead.
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October 24, 2014

Dohmen Life Science Services sharpens its focus on specialty pharma/device services

Dohmen Life Science Services (DLSS; Milwaukee) took the wraps off a newly structured organization which, says CEO Cynthia LaConte, “is a rethinking of our business, based on a future of entrepreneurially driven pharma companies with high-value, small-market products.” At a company-sponsored “Entrepreneurial Summit” held this week in Milwaukee, LaConte outlined the recent history of the firm, going back to when it shed its 100+-year-old wholesaling business, then acquired, in rapid succession in the past several years, businesses that are involved in orphan-drug patient support; medical device distribution; clinical research support, post-marketing support and several other specialties.
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April 09, 2014

Creative Leadership to Empower Women and Spur Business Innovation

Mount Mary University equips graduates with skills for an innovation-driven workforce and partners with Wisconsin corporations and a global leadership development provider to educate the next generation of creative leaders who will transform the world
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January 31, 2014

Searching for New Giants of Generosity: The Old Guard and the Next Generation

THE NEXT GENERATION Cynthia LaConte Business: Dohmen Co. Local activity: Concordia University Wisconsin Foundation, Milwaukee Health Department, Tempo Milwaukee
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January 20, 2014

Dohmen Poised for Dynamic Year

As the New Year convenes, 2014 is shaping up to be another year of impressive growth for Dohmen Co.The company recently announced it will move its corporate headquarters from Menomonee Falls to a 42,141-square-foot building, which the company recently purchased for $10 million, at 417 E. Chicago St. in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward. The firm will move 110 employees to the Third Ward building during the third quarter of 2014.
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