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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 you could cut past all that. We did.

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December 27, 2012

In an EHR Era, Adverse Event Reporting Takes on a New Look

In Oct. 2012, the Health IT Policy Committee, which advises the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, released preliminary recommendations for Stage 3 meaningful use requirements for electronic health records (EHRs). Included in those recommendations are a requirement that certified EHRs (those that are eligible for federal incentive payments) be capable of reporting adverse drug events to FDA and/or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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October 03, 2012

Patients, Companies and Professionals Converge to Plan for a Better Future for Rare Diseases

Centric Health Resources opened its doors to attendees of its 5th annual Ultra-Orphan Drug Conference in St. Louis, Missouri. Nestled in the heartland of the USA, the Centric team instantly made attendees feel like part of the family. This year’s conference again spotlighted both orphan and ultra-orphans diseases, their needs, and their strengths. Although there is no legal definition to differentiate between an orphan disease and an ultra-orphan disease, many concur that there thousands of rare diseases that occur so rarely that they warrant the tag of being categorized as ultra-orphan. Despite the low numbers, that has not deterred companies from pursing treatments for ultra-orphan diseases and orphan diseases alike.
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October 01, 2012

On Wisconsin! How the Badger State is Writing Its Next Chapter as a Biotech Innovator and Entrepreneur Magnet

If your knowledge of Wisconsin is limited to the state's iconic sports franchises, its cheese and beer and news reports about union rights or Mitt Romney's running mate, you really haven't been paying attention. Wisconsin's leaders tell a story of a state that's reinvented itself, that attracts cutting-edge biotechnology companies and has a vital entrepreneurial culture and a major global niche in water technology.
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July 31, 2012

A Conversation With Cynthia LaConte, Dohmen Company

Dohmen grew historically by building greenfield operations in response to client needs. Both RESTAT and DDN are successful examples of that approach. Yet, while having an in-house development team to bring new capability to market remains an important part of our growth strategy, it takes awhile. We wanted to accelerate development timelines in key strategic areas, so we added acquisition to the mix.
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July 12, 2012

Home Infusion Enhances Specialty Pharmaceutical Distribution

Patients, payors and healthcare providers are discovering that many healthcare services traditionally delivered in a hospital, long-term care facility or even outpatient facility can be delivered just as effectively—if not more so—in the patient’s home. “Home health” as a type of medical service includes skilled nursing, hospice care, geriatric services and pain management, among others; and while home health providers dispense many types of medications, this distribution channel is critically important to injectable specialty drugs.
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June 14, 2012

Ernst & Young Honors 5 Wisconsin Entrepreneurs

Five Wisconsin entrepreneurs and their companies were among nine winners Thursday of Ernst & Young LLP's Entrepreneur of the Year Upper Midwest Award.
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April 03, 2012

Dohmen Co. Purchases California Firm BioSoteria Inc.

Dohmen Co. of Milwaukee said Tuesday that it has purchased BioSoteria Inc., an Emeryville, Calif., provider of drug safety and risk management services to the biopharmaceutical industry.
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August 09, 2011

Dohmen Acquires Missouri Company

Dohmen Co., a Milwaukee provider of services to drug makers, said Tuesday it has acquired Centric Health Resources Inc., based in Chesterfield, Mo.
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